Cornish Hall End is a small rural north Essex parish near the picturesque village of Finchingfield. We try to provide community support as well as spiritual. Annually we organise the charity Shoebox Appeal within the benefice and have held exhibitions, concerts and coffee mornings.
C Of E Church with regular services, part of the Benefice that includes Clavering, Arkesden, Wicken, with Manuden and Berden joining in October
St Lawrence Fairway Committee manages moorings for St Lawrence Parish Council. Fairweather deep water moorings available for boats of up to approximately 30 feet Accessible at all states of tide via 1 of 4 access places (conditions apply) - 2 local clubs, caravan site, public ramp.
This website is no longer in use please use the other St Lawrence website shown in the A-Z Directory
St Lawrence Parish Council serves the rural community situated on the south bank of the River Blackwater
Saint Leonard's is the Parish church of Southminster. 'Minster' was an Anglo-Saxon word, meaning a centre of Christian faith - even before churches were built. The church building, some of which dates from the 12th Century, stands as a place of worship in the middle of the village, for the local and the wider community.
St Marys Horse Refuge is a charity in Rochford, Essex to relieve the suffering of horses and ponies
This site has council notices, agendas and minutes
Stock a small village in Essex. A site to promote local business and community with pictures past and present. It includes a Parish Council section including council minutes
The Stonyflint Kelvedon allotment association.
The Parish Council of St Osyth has two wards. St Osyth village with 8 Councillors and Point Clear with 5 Councillors
This website is used for news and other topics that are of interest in the Village.
C of e church Services 8.30am 9.30am 10.00am family service every second Sunday Coffee morning in the extension Tuesday 11am-12pm
Our Parish church is a beautiful Grade 11* listed building that dates back to the 13th century. It lies in the heart of rural Essex overlooking the River Blackwater estuary. It provides a special place for community worship and a tranquil haven of peace in our busy world.
St Peter's church is a traditional C of E church located in Nevendon
A Community Centre based in the heart of Prettygate, Colchester. For hire by local organisations and residents for events, weekly classes and parties.
St Thomas Church is the parish church for Bradwell-on-Sea, providing Sunday services, Weddings, Baptisms, Christmas, Easter and other festival services. We also offer social support to the community, including the Thursday Group. We are the church for St Cedds School across the road; the school regularly use the church. The church also looks after the St Peters -on-the-Wall Chapel.
Sturmer residents monitoring the speed of vehicles through the village assisted by Essex Police
The Group was set up to create an ongoing record of Sturmer and it's history available to all who are interested in the history and activities of the village. It has created a heritage trail in the village with information boards and leaflets with the help of a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. .
Sturmer Parish Council
Sturmer Community Hub is a website for the village of Sturmer and surrounding area. We aim to provide information for the local community and signpost residents to the information they need. We hope to gain feedback on what the residents want on the website. The website has been provided as a result of the aims of the Sturmer Fayre Group.
Old Boys' Association of former pupils of Sudbury Grammar School. The school was founded 1491 - closed 1972
A Rural Parish Council within the Rochford District Council borders, with 5 Councillors serving 108 voters situated between Rochford Parish Council, Barling Magna Parish Council and bordering Southend Borough Council. Sutton PC is Warded with Barling Magna PC.
Takeley Parish Council
Tendring Canoe Club was formed in 1993 for local people interested in canoeing.
Championing the Voices of Children and Young People
Tendring Male Voice Choir was set up in early 2013 to provide Male Voice 4 part harmony singing in the Tendring area. We presently are a choir of some 30 members and have a well booked year of concerts for 2016. We welcome new members who should contact the choir secretary on 01255 677787
Tendring Parish Council. The Parish Council for the Village of Tendring.
Test Parish Council has been created to show the services and features you can use to develop a site
The Council has responsibility for many physical assets including the Recreation Ground and Pavilion, the Windmill, allotments, Park Street Car Park, together with many street furniture items and open spaces.It employs a clerk and a caretaker. It has 9 members who are elected to serve a term of 4 years. The next elections will take place in May 2011.
Theydon Bois Parish Council and General Infomation on our village near Epping. News, Diary and Society Pages, Photos Parish Newsletters and much besides. WELCOME.
The Parish of Theydon Garnon is a village in the Epping Forest District of Essex and includes the hamlet of Hobbs Cross
Theydon Mount is a rural parish of some 1562 acres (632ha.) within the Metropolitan Green Belt. The population is approximately 200, occupying 72 dwellings. Non-political, the Parish Council consists of five people, meeting bi-monthly. Apart from the Church, residents rely wholly on neighbouring parishes for their needs (shops, post office, pubs, buses, etc); Epping station is 3 miles distant.
Thorrington Parish Council is the first tier of local government for the residents of the village of Thorrington located near Brightlingsea in north east Essex.
The Tillingham and District Flower Show Limited committee organise an annual Flower Show event (Village Fete) consisting of Horticultural and Handicraft marquees, over 80 stallholders and field displays together with the traditional Tug of War competition. This years event is to be held on 26th July 2014 at 2pm preceded by a parade through the village from 1pm.
The website for Tillingham Village Council
Tiptree Choral Society has a varied repertoire that includes: complete works from composers such as Handel, Bach, Mendelssohn, John Rutter and Karl Jenkins; selections from West End musical shows; a wide range of stand-alone pieces; folk songs and carols. The choir mainly draws its membership from Tiptree and areas within a 30 minute drive; though some travel further.
A new website of organisations operating in Tiptree, including The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal, Tiptree Twinning Association, The War Memorial research. This Tiptree community website is developing to include a wide range of information about Tiptree and district
Welcome to Tiptree Parish Council. The Council consists of 15 members who meet regularly at Tiptree Community Centre
Official website. A voluntary group who are preparing a Neighbourhood plan that if approved will be used to help determine longer term planning matters alongside the Colchester Local Plan
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Tollesbury Congregational Church now is not only a church but also at the Community Centre. This is because the church premises are now leased by Tollesbury Community Association as a Community Centre.
Official website for the Tollesbury Neighbourhood Plan
This is the official website for Tollesbury Parish Council.
Tollesbury Singers is a four-part (SATB) mixed voice choir that meets weekly during school term times and gives three public performances in Tollesbury village annually. No auditions are required. The ability to read music is not essential.
Tolleshunt Knights Parish Council is the tier of local government responsible for the village of Tolleshunt Knights. The village lies 1 mile east of Tiptree, part of Maldon District Council and the Parliamentary Constituency of Witham. It has a population of some 1300 and is home to the Orthodox Monastery of St John the Baptist and the Five Lakes Hotel.