A Public Footpath through the Walnut Orchard.
photo credit: Tracey Wells
Melinda and Emma, Colchester Borough Council’s Community Zone Wardens are at Boxted Hub on the first and third Monday of each month between 10 and 12 noon to help residents with any queries they may have. They carry stocks of recycling equipment.
Monday 20 November is the next date
Tuesday 21 November and 5 December
10.55 – 11.30 am
Boxted Playing Field car park.
Read a review of the book: Love and Fame here
On Wednesday 22 November at 7.30 pm there will be a meeting at Langham Community Centre to consider the formation of a “heritage” group in Langham with the objectives of acquiring and preserving material relating to the history of the village and of encouraging and developing interest in that history. Anyone who may be interested in such a project is invited but particularly of course those who responded at the Evening of Local History earlier in the year. For more information, contact Chris Graves (272019) or Ian Hollands (230525) of the Langham Parish Council’s Heritage Committee.
Last few tickets remaining for the film night
Sunday 26 November:
St Peter’s Church, Boxted
9.30 am Sung Eucharist
Boxted Methodist Church
11 am service with Brian Clowe
Roast Lunch at Boxted Community Hub
Sunday 26 November.
Please book in advance. Tele 07909 545740
A Medieval Christmas takes you on a musical journey from the onset of winter through Christmas and into the hope of the new year to come. The Medieval and Renaissance music that accompanies this journey comes mainly from England with a sprinkling of pieces from further across Europe. Interspersed with readings related to the experience of winter and the Nativity, Christmas celebrations and old traditions, Hexachordia captures in music and words the joy that is to be found at this time of the year.
A discount price of £8 for tickets purchased in advance from Graham Pullen Tel 273804 or Stephen Whybrow Tel. 272773
Boxted Methodist Silver Band Christmas Concert
Sunday 3 December in Boxted Village Hall
It is possible for residents to report any Highways Defects, such as potholes and broken road signs directly to Essex County Council via the County’s website.
Both the broken signpost at Horkesley Road Junction and the damaged salt bin at the bottom of Parsonage Hill have been reported.
Shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child collected at St Mary’s Church, Langham. They will be added to boxes donated at Boxted and Langham primary schools and sent off mainly to Eastern Europe.
If you didn’t get round to filling a box there is still time to build one online.
Build a shoebox online