Updates and News from Stanway Parish Council

For updates on what the two outward-facing Committees of the Council are doing, please click on "About The Council"/"The Council", then scroll down the page to find the latest project lists for both.

COVID-19 Update - every week, we are providing updates from various sources on local services. Use the links on either side of the page to take you directly to them to help keep you in touch.

Also, our news list below only accommodates the latest three announcements, yet there may be more than three in any one day. So you don't miss anything, click on the Latest News header below which will open up the complete list for you to browse through.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Social Distancing Guide

  • Social Distancing Guide (PDF, 11.1 Mb)

    An illustrated guide to all aspects of social distancing issued by the Cabinet Office in London

VACANCY for the role of PARISH CLERK

Latest News

AGE CONCERN services and volunteers

Age Concern are providing information about the services they organise to support our older residents. They are also looking for volunteers to help provide some of those services. There is more information in the attached leaflet. Alternatively, go to their website.

Posted: Fri, 27 Nov 2020 15:30 by David Lines


This Christmas break, Essex Boys and Girls Clubs are running FREE activity sessions for young people aged 5 - 13! Each session will be filled with fun activities from sports to arts and crafts. Lunch will be provided!

More details available in the attachment or on their website

Posted: Fri, 27 Nov 2020 15:27 by David Lines

Heart-warming story from Colchester Community Police

This week's bulletin from Colchester Community Police (in the Community section of our website) contains a sad, but heart-warming report about coming to the aid of a vulnerable gentleman, and the many actions that were taken to help him out of a dire predicament. More so, because he had served his country for 18 years in the dim and distant past.

Use the link to find the bulletin, but you'll need to zoom in on it, as the font is a bit small - but it is worth the read!!

Posted: Thu, 26 Nov 2020 12:36 by David Lines