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- Aims of the Society
- Committee Members
- To join the Danbury Society
- Danbury Traffic
- Photographs around Danbury in 2002 2004 2005 2010 2020
- Exhibition of Old Photographs of Danbury - April 2005
- Danbury Palace - History, Reuse, Babies & Keeley Halswelle, Artist
Click below to see what happened in previous years. Note, these all open in a New Window.
28th May 2022 Added more details about the Art Show. Updated the Web Site with the years Programme.
The Danbury Society would like to draw your attention to details of the Chelmsford Local Plan together with the Danbury Society comments.
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Chelmsford Local Plan and comments
The Chairman would like to draw your attention to the Essex Branch of the Historic Association.
Essex Branch of the Historic Association.
Please note this is not a WWW - it is a home based Server.
Also to see their local programme : -
Essex Branch of the Historic Association Programme.
The 2022 Danbury Society Newsletters will be published and distributed to Members in due course.
Annual Art Exhibition.
Bank Holiday Weekend.
It is great news that the Danbury Art Exhibition 2022 is taking place this year.
From Friday 26th August to Sunday 28th August some of the best of works of our local artists will be displayed at the Sports and Social Centre, Danbury.
Although we are very fortunate to have an excellent cohort of Artists who supported us at the last show in 2019 we are also very keen to invite in those artists from Danbury and the surrounding area who have not exhibited with us before - we really would welcome their unique contribution to this special Danbury event. If you, or someone you know, might be interested in finding out more then please do just Register your interest by clicking on the Link below.
Click here to e-mail the Art Show Organiser directly.
You will be emailed on 1st July 2022 with the full details and the entry form. We very much hope to hear from you.
Like all events the Danbury Art Show is only possible due to the volunteers who come forward to help with hanging paintings, stewarding the exhibition, setting out the boards, and many other tasks that must be done to make the show a success. If you have a few hours to give over the weekend of the show, or just want to offer general help on an ad hoc basis then please do make contact at the Link above.
Times of opening are as follows : -
In the Sports Hall of the Danbury Sports & Social Centre. Entrance £1.00.
Friday August 26th 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Saturday August 27th 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Sunday August 28th 10:00AM to 5:00PM
The Danbury Society provides the best and oldest shop window for local artists, together with an exhibition of children's paintings from the three local schools.
National Heritage Open Day.
Saturday 10th September 10:00am.
Historic Danbury Pub Walk with Irene Guidotti.
Society Meeting & Talk.
Thursday September 22nd 8:00 to 10:00PM In the Dawson Suite at the Danbury Sports & Social Centre.
A Talk on Beeleigh Mills given by Paul Chaplin of the Beeleigh Mills Preservation Society.
Afterwards, refreshments will be served.
Annual General Meeting.
Thursday November 24th. 8:00 to 10:30PM In the Dawson Suite at the Danbury Sports & Social Centre.
Followed by a talk on Heritage Open Days in Danbury given by Irene Guidotti.
After which the Chairman invites members for a drink & nibbles.
Proposed New Power Station
The Danbury Society Committee would also like to draw your attention to the discussion involving the proposed new Power Station at Bradwell.
Click below to see the Bradwell Story as a PDF File of 2MBytes, in a New Window: -
Bradwell Story as a PDF to download.
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Aims of The Danbury Society
To involve the residents of Danbury in interests and pursuits to enrich village life.
To ensure that changes in the Village are undertaken with sensitivity to the character of Danbury.
To protect the natural beauty of the local landscape and to promote its maintenance and care.
To Work for the preservation and protection of buildings and features of interest in Danbury.
To promote the general charitable benefit of the inhabitants of the Danbury area by provision of such financial and/or material benefit as the Trustees for the time being shall determine.
The Danbury Society supports the Village
As part of its Charitable Objects, the Danbury Society makes grants to village activities and organisations of all kinds. Since its formation in 1967, the Society has donated many thousands of pounds ranging from improvements at Eves Corner, refurbishing the Village Hall, restoration of the Grade 1 listed Parish Church to helping out with youth organisations.
The Danbury Society publish a Newsletter every 4 months. This is available to paid-up Members
The Danbury Society Web Site Address is:-
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St John's Parish Church.
Visit the Church Web Site for more details:-
The Danbury Society supports The Parish Council.
Visit the Parish Council's new Web Site for more details:-
Danbury Palace Babies Contact Information
Click here to link to Danbury Park Babies Web Site
The Danbury Society Blog
Please note The Danbury Society, Blog on Danbury village matters has been discontinued.
It covered events and incidents that were relevant to the objects of Danbury Society.
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There will not be any more updates.
Note, this is a Server based site and therefore not a "www" (World Wide Web site).
Joining The Danbury Society
If you live in Danbury, please support The Danbury Society by joining. It is only £2.00 per household per year or £3.00 if we cannot deliver your Newsletter on foot. See clickable link below: -
To join the Danbury Society
To contact the Membership Secretary: -
Telephone -- 01245 223766
Comments and Suggestions regarding the Web Site
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