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The Coggeshall Society Annual General Meeting will now take place on Wednesday 23rd October.

 

Tools with a Mission

The Charity we are supporting this year is ‘Tools with a Mission’ https://www.twam.uk/

We are collecting tools on their behalf and you can leave them with Claudia Mercer (Tel: 562750 or email: weirstock@yahoo.com)

This link gives a list of the kinds of tools they are collecting: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/175d36_94dce704baa14adf80dfe28a878e5ad9.pdf

Objections to the Rivenhall Incinerator

A campaign is underway to object to plans for the proposed incinerator on the old Rivenhall Airfield site. If you wish to object you can find out more by searching online for “Stop the Rivenhall Incinerator”

COGGESHALL NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN

The latest draft of the Coggeshall Neighbourhood Plan is now out for public consultation, so please visit the website where you will find a questionnaire and copies of the Plan: http://www.coggeshall-np.com

BOOKS

Two books have been produced on the historic market town of Coggeshall, and would make ideal presents for your friends and family.

‘Discovering Coggeshall – Timber-framed buildings  in the town centre’ is a street by street guide to the main timber-framed buildings in the town.

‘Discovering Coggeshall 2’ is available from John Lewis, Lynetts, Coggeshall or Red Lion Books, Colchester.  Price £15.   ISBN 978-0-9539165-2-8   This is the final volume of the Discovering Coggeshall project and has chapters on the development of the town, who lived where in 1575 and what they did for a living, the wool trade, the layout of the town and the carpentry of the buildings.  230 pages with many coloured maps, photos and illustrations 

Discovering Coggeshall Book

This is the website of The Coggeshall Society, which was established to stimulate an interest in conservation and planning for the parish of Coggeshall.

In 2010 the Society began a community project – Discovering Coggeshall, to establish accurate dates for the timber-framed buildings in the centre of the town in order to trace how Coggeshall developed over the centuries.

The website will be of interest to anyone interested in the history and development of Coggeshall.