28th March 2016

Public Footpath 34 which runs from Oldhouse Lane to Langham Lane, Boxted.
ECC’s Interactive Public Rights of Way Interactive map can be found here:

Mobile Library

Tuesdays 29 March and 12 April

Boxted Playing Field car park 10.55 – 11.30 am
Read a review of the the book, A Spy among Friends here:

Upcoming Events at Boxted British Legion

Quiz Night with a 70’s Sitcom Theme.
Saturday 2 April from 8pm . Come in character for extra points.

Grand National Saturday 9 April the clubhouse will be open from 12.00 to watch the race and enjoy a sweepstake. The Joshua boxing match will be on the big screen in the evening.

Beer Festival Saturday 30 April – Monday 2 May

Quiz night Saturday 7 May from 8pm

Langham Film Nights present Star Wars The Force Awakens.
Saturday 2 April. Langham Community Centre. Doors open at 6.15 pm
Film starts at 7 pm.

Buy your tickets at Langham Community Shop Tickets £4 each
or online at http://www.langhamcommunitycentre.org.uk

Why not dress up as your favourite character from the film.
A free drink for best costume!

Church Services

Sunday 3 April

9.30 am Sung Eucharist at St Peter’s Church, Boxted.

11 am Service at the Methodist Church

Boxted Methodist Silver Band Monthly Service

3 pm Sunday 3 April Boxted Methodist Church

Evergreen Club

Sayings with Peter Banham

Thursday 7 April from 2.30 pm. Boxted Village Hall


This will be at Boxted Playing Field Car Park
From 11am – 12 noon on Saturday 9 April.
For extra domestic collections of large household items.

no fridges or freezers;
please bring green garden waste separately to be composted;
this service is provided for small loads and from domestic properties, so you can use this service to dispose of bulky items not normally collected with household waste;
no commercial refuse or hazardous waste such as asbestos, batteries, liquids, gas bottles;
no large loads please;
no electrical goods;
no items which can be recycled through kerbside collections.

Boxted Parish Council

Meeting Wednesday 13 April, Boxted Village Hall from 7 pm.

John Winthrop – Governor of the The Massachusetts Bay Colony, America.
His birth is registered in Groton Suffolk.

History Group
AGM Meeting in Boxted village hall 7.30 for 8 pm.
Wednesday 20 April

Followed by an illustrated talk by Nick Sign about John Winthrop of Groton

Plans are going ahead nicely for a celebration of the Queen’s 90th birthday in Boxted, to be held on Saturday 11 June at Boxted St Peter’s school. There will be street party atmosphere with tea and cake, music from Boxted Methodist silver band, a licensed bar, bouncy castles and games. The aim is very much to bring the community together to commemorate this special occasion, with any proceeds being split between Breast Cancer Awareness and Boxted British Legion. We are looking for a face painter and someone who can model balloons. We are also looking for donations of cakes for the refreshment stall and red, white or blue cupcakes to create a special centrepiece. Anyone available to offer any of these things should contact me, Jill, on 272537 or email jill@gratts.co.uk

Neighbourhood Watch

Theft in Dedham Road, Boxted. Suspects unidentified have attended address in grey citroen C3 index BD62EVX and removed items from the front garden.

Doorstep/Rouge traders are operating in your area trying to obtain work related to block paved driveways, garden work or tree cutting, roofing or any other household repair or maintenance.

Never agree to have work carried out by traders who knock on your door offering these services and always thoroughly check out leaflets as addresses provided can be false with telephone numbers that stop working if you have a problem with the work. You can also be provided with guarantees that are worthless.

We would always advise residents to consider using one of our Buy With Confidence businesses who have been audited and approved by Trading Standards. The nearest three to your postcode can be found by calling the national consumer helpline on 03454 040506 or http://www.buywithconfidence.gov.uk

We would ask all residents to look out for household repair and maintenance activity at the homes of elderly neighbours, friends or family members.

Residents who do get caught out by doorstep/rogue traders are often too embarrassed to
report it. If you are concerned call the helpline with the information.

Sue Bunney
Trading Standards


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