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Pickwick Tearooms

The October edition of Saints Alive carries a full page advertisement for the new Pickwick Tearooms in Addington Road, Woodford. Unfortunately the telephone number given has one digit missing. The correct telephone number is 01832 358829.

Woodford Remembers...

The Village Diary now includes dates commemorating the centenary of the deaths of those named on the Village War Memorials. On the actual anniversary date a biographical note will also be posted.   More details

September Parish Council

At the September Parish Council Meeting, Councillors heard that there had been a delay with the restoration work on the War Memorial, however, it was planned to be completed by the end of October. Likewise there are still difficulties with more........

Crime update

Incidents of note reported between Friday 4 September and Tuesday 8 September.

Items stolen from a vehicle in Mill Road Woodford between Sunday 30 August 6pm and Saturday 5 September 11am.

If you have any information about any of these events, please contact the police on 101 or 999 if a crime is in progress.

The Waterloo Connection

Most locals will be aware of the connection between Woodford, the Duke of Wellington, Woodford House and Waterloo, but there were other connections too. Read this article for more details.

World War One Diary - Day by Day

Long standing residents of the village will no doubt remember the late Rector - Rev L E P De Casabianca (Rector of Woodford and Twywell 1957 -1980), but possibly less well recalled are Mrs De Casabianca's mother and step father who lived their twilight years in the bungalow at the west end of Church Street. Hubert Brown had fought in the First World War from the start of hostilities until 1916 when he was injured at the Somme. His war diaries are now being published on a daily basis, each day being put online exactly 100 years to the day following the recorded events. The diaries are somewhat vague in the early days but once mobilised become more descriptive.

Mr Hubert Brown and his wife Florence, were laid to rest in Woodford Churchyard in 1962.

Village Diary

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