For anyone who still wishes to purchase a 2019 calendar there are a few more copies available at the Post Office or Forget Me Not.
The calendar can also be bought by post. Click here for more details and an order form. The cost is £5, plus £1.30 for p&p. If you have any queries telephone 01206 262807 or email.
Plans will now are in hand for the next calendar photographic competition. Deadline for entries of photographs will be 27th April with the display on Monday 6th May; details and an entry form are available in the Community Times or here.
This year visitors to the display will be invited to choose the photographs to be included in the 2020 calendar. The history of the CC and Community Times (which has its 30th anniversary in October) will be on display too. Do call in to the Church Hall between 1pm-4pm to browse the photos, for a cuppa and to reminisce.
Minutes of the meeting held on 6th March are available here.
6th May: Nayland Calendar Photographic Display 1pm-4pm Church Hall
6th May: Conservation Society Annual Footpath Walk meet 2pm Polstead Church Car Park
10th May: Village Cinema ‘On the Basis of Sex’ 7pm for 7.30 Village Hall
Further dates and details can be found in the Community Times
The latest issue for April/May is now available here.
The deadline (subject to space) for the April/May issue is 3pm on: 20th March.
The Nayland Branch of the Royal British Legion commemorated and celebrated the centenary of the end of the First World War with events held in November 2018. This could not have been done without the help of so many people.
Details and photographs of the commemorations can be viewed here.
There are TWO Public Access Defibrillators now located in Nayland – on the outside wall of Nayland Fire Station and on the outside wall of Nayland Village Hall.
Please familiarise yourself with these locations and let your friends, family and neighbours know too.
Always dial 999 in an emergency, the call handler will know there is a defibrillator nearby and will provide the access code if needed.
‘Minutes matter’ when it comes to a sudden cardiac arrest. Public Access Defibrillators can save vital time whilst waiting for the emergency services to arrive and can dramatically improve a person’s chances of survival when administered within a few minutes.
Come along and join the friendly atmosphere for a chat with friends, old and new.
If you would like to join us for lunch just come along. If transport down to Fen Street is difficult telephone Olga Alexander on 263923 to see if we can collect you.
Hand bell ringing practice
Toddler and baby group. Please join us for a cup of coffee, cake, healthy snack and a sing along with the kids. Loads of toys and fun to be had. All welcome, please drop in when you can, no commitment necessary!
Traditional village fete for all ages
Stour Valley Marathon - Trail run of 27 miles along the Stour Valley Path, St Edmund Way and Essex Way.
Hand bell ringing practice