Please help us conserve the Old Church by letting me know what is going on. If, when passing the Old Church, you notice anyone misusing the church or churchyard, causing damage, leaving litter, just email me and give some brief details, thank you.
Cllr Clive Brigden
Thursday 11th September at Wodson Pavilion (opp. Sow & Pigs)
Thursday 13th November at High Cross Puller Memorial School
All meetings commence at 7.30 p.m.
Members of the public are welcome to attend.
Find out about facilities, events and services.
Please remember that the newly refurbished Thundridge Village Hall and High Cross Village Hall provide cost effective and well equipped venues for all sorts of functions. Perfect for that Birthday party, Wedding reception, Wedding anniversary, Business meeting, group get together or dance class.
PLEASE plan ahead and book early to avoid any disappointment!
An opportunity to stop, stare and reflect on the beauty of the countryside as we walk. Enormous health benefits and a treat for dogs, lasting approximately two hours. Walk starts at St. Mary's Church Thundridge, come rain or shine, all walking abilities welcome.
Beginning on Monday 5th May at 7.00pm and Monday up to the 8th September 2014.
A coach trip to Sandringham Flower Show leaving Thundridge Village Hall at 8.30am. Cost is £40.00, which includes the £10.00 entrance fee.
This years event will be held on 13th September, those interested please collect sponsorship packs from Alan Munns.
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Villagers are very concerned about the above issues and have voiced their opinions.
If you are visiting, walking or passing through please respect the villages and the local residents.
Please be aware of the speed limits.
Please park carefully and not in any way that causes a situation where villager's vehicles are likely to get damaged by passing traffic.
Pick up your dog's mess, put it in a dog bin if close or take it away with you!
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