BOX RIVER NEWS



BOX RIVER NEWS

The Box River News was started in August 2000 following the establishment of the Box River Benefice consisting of Boxford, Edwardstone, Groton, Little Waldingfield and Newton Green. The newsletter is delivered free to all 1800+ households within the Benefice.

Previously the Boxford Newsletter had been published by the Boxford Community Council together with Church Newsletters from the other parishes - all of which were running at a considerable loss. Following the Retirement of the Boxford editor, Eddie Kench put forward a proposal to the then vicar, Richard Titford and John Wiltshire the then Chairman of the Boxford Community Council to amalgamate all the newsletters and to publish a single, monthly community newsletter for the new Benefice.

Eddie Kench has lovingly published the BRN since the first issue in August 2000, making this year its 19th year! To date, approximately 399,600 copies of the BRN have been printed!
The Box River News is self-supported by local advertising and is published at no cost to the Benefice itself.

All editions available digitally are provided here for posterity and research. Please contact Eddie for more information.

2019 EDITIONS

The Future of Boxford Society, Boxford Youth Football Club, Catesby Estates, Little Waldingfield's Festival of Carols in Flowers, Bonfires and Bells - a talk by Dr. Kate Jewell, Weavers Green - A Development Too Far, The American Tree, GP/Citizens Advice Outreach Scheme, Boxford Bounty, Sir Conrad Marshall John Fisher Swan KCVO FSA 1924 - 2019, Win a Balloon Flight for Two, The Names on our War Memorials, Football at Boxford.

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Boxford River News February 2019

 

A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year to you all
Grand Christmas Fair, Groton's Cheese and Wine Party, Christmas Greetings, thanks and blessings from Reepham, The Silk Trade of England - Richard Humphries, Boxford's New Little Wine Shop, Harry Buckledee, Laura Wins the K&S Cup, Awards for 3PRs Responders, Milden Singers, Winter Warmers, Boxford in the 18th Century, Cecil Hughes MBE, Boxford Drama Group's Sleeping Beauty.

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Boxford River News January 2019