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.
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 21st year!
To date, approximately 446,400 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 us for more information.
The Wall of Death Comes Home to Boxford
The Black Death in a Suffolk Village, Never Forgotten, Jan of Windmill Land 1930, Groton’s Harvest Supper, Physiotherapy Centre Open Day, Boxford’s Help for Heroes Gala Evening, Live Music is Back at the Fleece!
Boxford Rovers Under 10s at the Beeb, The History of St. Mary’s Church, Boxford Revealed, Family Wins Bet on Granny’s 105th Birthday, Newton Green Autumn Show, Boxford School News, October Golf Lessons for Beginners, A Perfect Pass, The Boxford Christmas Card, Boxford Fun Dog Show, Beer Sales Rocket At Eddyfest, An Olympic Experience - Part One, Boxford Rovers Old Pics Come to Light, Starlet Alice Pulls Off Double, LB Group Sponsor Boxford Rovers Under 12s, Newton Green’s New Wish List.
Rain Did Not Stop Play at Newton
Revised Plans for Paddock, Newton’s Damp Fete, Little Waldingfield Walking Quiz, Steam Engines, Boxford School News, Boxford Spinney Annual Report, Newton Women in Top Three, Newton Youngsters Show Potential, Will Eggleston (U11) For Ipswich Town PDC, 4 Stroke Cut for Lambert Salver Winner, Alice Now on Six, Boxford Rovers U11S.
Sylvia Preedy Retires After 35 Years
Cecil Hughes Diamond Jubilee, Monty Rolls In Boxford, 3PR Annual Awards, Davey Membership’s Half Century, BGS Plant Sale, Stoke-By-Nayland Country Lodges Now Open! Benefice Walk at Arger Fen, The Village Stores Boxford, Boxford School News, Edwardstone CC Update, A Tornado in Boxford! Boxford Rovers U10s are Suffolk Champions.
Murder Most Manic
Community Achievement Award, SSAFA Book Sale at Mary’s House, Fleece Jazz 1000, A Good News Story at Last! Another Diamond Jubilee! Zinnia Garden Design, The Mystery of the Boxford Stones Unravelled, Three Parish Response (3PR), Boxford School News, Sunflowers Childcare, Your Local Cricket Club Needs You! Greg Hills is off to the States, Revolving Door Captains, Newton’s Old get Bold, Giant Killing Path to Final, New Captain at Newton Green.
A Warm Welcome At The Fleece Hotel
Superfast Broadband, Warm Homes Healthy People, Green Light For Newton Golfers, Cold Comfort for Sesaw Animals, Walking Near Boxford, Boxford Bike Club, Hotel Inspector Wanted! Taste of Success, Newton Seniors Donate £500, Junior Team Event Builds For The Future, Newton Green’s Free Golf Initiative, Boxford Rovers YFC Under 14s in Semi Final.
The Seckford Foundation To Bid for Stoke-By-Nayland Free School
Milden Singers Christmas Concert, Seesaw Christmas Bazaar, Late Christmas Round Up, The Fleece Hotel Welcomes it’s New Landlords, Journeys, Your Country Lodges Need You! More Than Just Physiotherapy, Groton Connecticut, Boxford School News, Swan Street Traders, Boxford Rovers YFC Under 15s.
A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to You All
The Fleece Re-opens! FOBs Christmas Fair, Tai-Town Transcript, Duck Racing Night, Crankenstein! Groton Cheese and Wine, Three Elms for the Queen, The East Windown, Newton Green Honoured at Suffolk Awards.