Household Items Drop Off Service
Saturday 6 April
Boxted Playing Field Car Park 11 to 12 noon
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
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE TELEPHONE 01206 282700
An evening of Gospel and Blues Music
with The Quire Community Choir
St Peter’s Church, Saturday 6 April from 7.30 pm.
Tickets £12 inclusive of the first drink. Licensed Bar.
All proceeds in aid of The St Peter’s Tower Roof Repair Fund.
Tickets available from Linda and Dominic Shiel:
01206 273324 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 7 April
9.30 am Sung Eucharist at St Mary’s Langham
10 am Service at the Methodist Church.
3 pm Band Service at the Methodist Church.
with World Scout Guest Freddie Edwards
Freddie is a young leader at 2nd Langham cubs and has been selected to represent both Essex and UK Scouting at the World Scout Jamboree in the summer of 2019 in West Virginia USA. Freddie needs to raise £3800 to attend this trip.
Tuesday 9 April Boxted Village Hall from 7.30 pm.
If you would like to remember loved ones by giving lilies for the Easter flower arrangements at St Mary’s, Langham or St Peter’s, Boxted, please call Dot Garner (272599) or Annette Whybrow. (272773) The price is expected to be £1.62 for a longiflorum lily or £2.40 for an arum lily. Alternatively there are lists in each church which can be completed. Orders to be placed by 15 April.
Would you like to have a Men’s Shed in your area?
Sheds are community spaces where men can socialise, work on practical projects and learn new skills together. Whether making toys for craft fairs, planters for civic buildings or even restoring village signs you can be sure it’s not all about the wood or metal working- it’s just as much about the company; the morning ritual of tea and biscuits and banter, the sharing of stories as well as skills.
The first Men’s Shed opened in Maldon in 2014, since then the Essex Shed Network has provided support and advice to many other Sheds which have successfully opened across the county. And now we have found a site for a potential Shed between Langham and Boxted, but we need your help to get it off the ground and make it a success.
So, if you would like to have a Men’s Shed in your community, then please come along to an informal meeting that Boxted Parish Council is hosting at Boxted Village Hall to express your interest and find out more- Wednesday 24 April 7pm.
We look forward to meeting you there!
Interference with a motor vehicle
Suspects unknown have gained entry to the victims grey Toyota Hilux causing damage. a messy search has been conducted and no known property stolen.
Burglary – Residential – Dwelling
Suspects unknown have gained entry to dwelling via unlocked front door. House keys and car keys which were on one set have been removed and a dark purple Nissan Qashqai index en13zfv has been stolen from the driveway.
Burglary – Residential – Non-Dwelling
Suspects unknown have gained access to victims garage by bolt cropping the padlock ring. access has been gained and items stolen from within.
Theft from a motor vehicle
A Burne Mercier watch was stolen from the victims vehicle which was parked on his driveway by suspect unknown also cash taken. suspect has left glove compartment open after tidy search.
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