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
Sunday 3 December
St Peter’s Church, Boxted
9.30 am Sung Eucharist
Boxted Methodist Church
11 am service
Boxted Methodist Silver Band Christmas Concert
Sunday 3 December in Boxted Village Hall from 3 pm.
Melinda and Emma, Colchester Borough Council’s Community Zone Wardens will next be at Boxted Community Hub on Monday 4 December.
Tuesday 5 and 19 December
10.55 – 11.30 am
Boxted Playing Field car park.
Read a review of the book, The All Girl’s Filling Station Last Reunion, here
Thursday 7 December from 2.30 in Boxted Village Hall.
Mulled Wine tasting and Stollen Cake
Tuesday 12 December from 7.30 pm in Boxted Village Hall.
A Boxted British Legion production.
Thursday 28 December 3.30 and 7pm.
Tickets available from the British Legion. Adults £6 Under 16’s £3. More information from Scott Dolling: email@example.com
A voluntary rural village running club affiliated with England Athletics. Come along and enjoy a healthy run with some added social fun! Various distances and session variety. Meeting every Thursday at 9:15am and Sunday 8am outside Boxted Village Hall.
Read about Boxted Runners 10k race planned for May 2018, to raise funds for Boxted St Peter’s School.
A house was burgled in Mill Road, Boxted, recently.
There is lots of useful information on the Essex Police website about making a home more secure from Burglars.
or the Colchester Neighbourhood Watch website:
If you see anyone acting suspiciously please call the police on 101.
In an emergency dial 999