SEPTEMBER 2004
THINGS TO DO
EDITORIAL
MARTIN'S MUSINGS
CYCLE RIDE BY FRIENDS
HARVEST FESTIVAL
THE CHURCH BELLS
BELLS BY MILES GRAYE
METHODIST COMMENT
HISTORICAL SOCIETY
SEPTEMBER GARDEN
MEXICO'S COPPER
FESTIVAL WEEK (1)
FESTIVAL WEEK (2)
FESTIVAL WEEK (3)
FESTIVAL WEEK 4
250 YEARS OF CRICKET
HISTORICAL EXHIBITION
COUNTRY MATTERS
GUIDE DOGS
DUMONT LUNCH CLUB
BUSINESS ASSOCIATION
FIRST RESPONDERS
THE HOWLANDS
A PINCH OF SALT?
+ DIARY DATES +
SCHOOL NEWS
PRE-SCHOOL PLAYGROUP
TENDRING NEWS & NOTES
PARISH COUNCIL REPORT
MOWERS OLD & NEW
DISABLED CLUB
GARDEN MUSEUM
CONGATULATIONS
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
BARGE MATCH NEWS
THE ESSEX WAY
CRICKET CLUB
HOME PAGE
+ HEALTH CARE +
ACTIVE 4 LIFE / RELAX
RETIREMENT
LIVING AT POINT CLEAR
POSTAGE STAMPS
VILLAGE POST OFFICE
SHORT ITEMS
VARIOUS EVENTS


THINGS TO DO


HERITAGE DAYS

The CHURCH and PRIORY GARDENS will be open from 10am to 4pm on Friday 10th and Saturday 11th September.

The National Heritage Weekend runs from Friday to Monday, and many properties will be open free of charge around the country. 

Look out for advertising in the papers or ask at the Tourist Information Centres.


MUSEUM OF GARDEN HISTORY

Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1 7LB. 
Tel: (020) 7401 8865, Fax: (020) 7401 8869 
Email:
info@museumgardenhistory.org  (see separate page)

Open Every day, 10.30am - 5pm

Short closed period late December/early January, contact Museum for details.
Admission - Suggested donation 3 per adult, 2.50 concessions.

How to get to the museum:
Bus: 344 from Liverpool Street Station
Underground: Lambeth North or Westminster


WALKING THE ESSEX WAY

The Essex Way is a long-distance path stretching right across the County of Essex from Epping in the south-west to the port of Harwich in the north-east. 

Following footpaths and ancient green lanes it covers a distance of 81 miles.
The path leads you through ancient woodlands, open farmland, tree-lined river valleys and leafy green lanes, unveiling historic towns and villages along the way.


MEDIEVAL LAVENHAM TODAY

Lavenham in Suffolk is regarded as being the finest surviving example of a medieval town, with superb ancient buildings. 

The splendid Church and fine timber-framed houses intermingle with small cottages and crooked town houses, a lasting legacy of the wealthy clothiers in the 15th and 16th centuries.

The medieval street pattern still exists today, complete with the Market Place, and over 300 buildings



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