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 households within the Benefice.
Eddie Kench lovingly published the BRN since the first issue in August 2000, making this year its 22nd year! Sadly Eddie passed away in early 2021 from Covid-19 and has now been succeeded as editor by Trudi Wild, whom he had been coaching to take over from him for a number of years prior.
To date, approximately 462,600 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.
Content and advertising submissions for publication are gladly received.
The deadline is usually the 15th of each month for inclusion in the next issue.
All editions available digitally are provided here for posterity and research. Please contact us for more information.
Cecil Hughes MBE
Babergh Incommunicado, Edwardstone House Garden Open, The Spinney 'Wind Farm', The Highland Fling, Boxford Cinema, Last Chance to get that Bargain, Boxford Rovers Enjoy Success in Long Season, Boxford Fun Day Raised £1,400, Benefice Garden Party Success, Boxford School News, New Farm Shop Opens, Another Sign of the Times, Newton Celebrates 35 Years of Service.
VE Day 60th Anniversary 8th May 2005
Get Out And Vote On May 5th, Groton Housing Development - Further Delays, Whoops!, Boxford School News, Ipswich Town Football Club Golf Day at Stoke By Nayland, Boxford Scouts Marathon Weekend, Making Poverty History, Broadband is Hear - Hip Hip Hooray, 500th Patient for Ipswich Cancer Centre.
Community Achievement Awards For Boxford Ladies
Boxford Jazz Club Amongst Best In UK, Tsunami Update, Stone Street 20mph Speed Limit Proposed, Broadband Comes To Boxford Exchange, The Cinema Comes To Boxford, 3PR New Members, Footpath Diversion, The Spinney - Can You Help, Marco Invernizzi! Boxford School News, Bury 20 Report, Europro Tour Pro Am, Fen Street Widow Avoids District Council Rip Off! Stone Street Breeds Traffic Signs, What's For Pudding, Boxford's New Parish Clerk, Newton's New Parish Clerk, The Renowned Cantata Youth Choir Are Coming To Boxford, Farewell To George and Phil Thaw, Boxford Tennis Club, Sir William Brunyate, Boxford Tennis Club, Constable Country Summer Fair, Suffolk and Essex Civic Champions, New Boundaries, The Nationwide Awards for Voluntary Endeavour.
Parking is Free
A1071 To Be Resurfaced, County Rate Set at 2.5%, Do You Remember This One? Muscari Jenny Robinson, Newton's Burns Night Supper, Princess Royal Visits Polstead, Boxford School News, Boxford School Swimming, Hadleigh Hares Reach Hilly Heights, Boxford Rovers Under 16s, Boxford Rovers Under 10s, Boxford Rovers Under 8s, Think About This One, Local Walks, Hadleigh Sector Crime Report, Daking Avenue Parking, Thank You For The Music, Tsunami Galle Sri Lanka, Tsunami Cakes! Oxlip For Suffolk - Official, Energywatch.
Tsunami Appeal Reaches £4,100 and Still Growing
Dedham Vale Seek To Increase Flights Over South Suffolk, Shoppers Parking To Remain 3 Hours, Deputy Lord Lieutenant Visits Boxford, Do You Know This Child? A New Wood In Edwardstone, The Gang Of Five, Boxford Parish Council Speeding Limit 20mph In The Built-Up Areas of Boxford Village, The Groton Nativity Play, Boxford School News, Karen's Golf Makes Good Progress, Great Waldingfield School News, SSATAG & Tim Yeo Meet, Bits & Bobs, A Blast From The Past, Sudbury Newstalk.
A Happy Box River Christmas
Local Needs Housing, Digital Cinema Comes To Boxford, News From Great Waldingfield School, Little Waldingfield Luncheon Club, Boxford School News, Ipswich Town Academy Enjoy A Day Out At The Stoke Club, Karate Clubs New Black Belt, Babergh Think Again.