Nayland with Wissington 2022 Calendar: Now On Sale 

Thank you to everyone who submitted photographs for the calendar competition; the fabulous photographs provide a wonderful record of the parish as it is today for the 2022 calendar. We hope everyone enjoyed taking part and will enjoy the calendar.

The result, we hope you will agree, is another stunning Nayland & Wiston calendar. Wendy Sparrow, the Parish Recorder, has included a history piece entitled ‘Nayland’s Sporting Past'.

The 2022 calendar is available to purchase in village shops; Nayland Post Office, Forget Me Not, Melissa's Hair Salon or from 17 Court Street.   They are priced £7 and make ideal gifts.

They will also be available to order by post from naylandandwiston.net/calendar with payment by Paypal or from naylandcommunitycouncil.org.uk/Calendar with payment by cheque.


Have YOUR say on the future of the bay at Caley Green

As featured in the Community Times, the Parish Council are proposing to put vegetation around the bay to prevent further erosion.  This will obscure the view and prevent access to the water’s edge.  A considerable number of residents are against this proposal and would like an alternative solution using revetment without vegetation. 

After some concerns were raised by residents the Parish Council invited comments on the proposal.  Deadline for submission was 31st August.  It is hoped the results of the responses will be made public at the next PC meeting on 15th October and that an extraordinary meeting regarding their future plans for the Green will be announced.   

You can learn more in the following documents: 
The relevant pages of the Community Times can be viewed here 
‘A Much Loved Village Amenity’: reaction, options, why it matters and more can be viewed here.
The Parish Council’s  “working document” can be viewed here 
Comments on the PC's 'working document' can be viewed here
Visit the 'Save Caley Green Nayland' Facebook page by clicking here
'Caley Green Vegetation v's Revetment: weigh up the pros & cons yourself' can be viewed here
'Now's the time to have your say' leaflet can be viewed here
 

Dates for your Diary

Further dates and details of village activities can be found in the Community Times
4th October:  Conservation Society: ‘How to Live Net Zero in Suffolk’ 7.15 for 7.30pm Village Hall
9th October: Woodland Corner: Cake Sale outside Kerridges  8.45am 
9th October: Village Hall Garden Working Party from 9am
19th October: HortSoc: Andrew Sankey ‘Funny Garden Features’  7.30 for 745pm Church Hall
20th October: Village Lunch: Mark Mitchels 'Characters of East Anglia'  Village Hall 
22nd October: Village Cinema ‘Love Sarah’  7pm for 7.30 Village Hall
23rd October: St James Churchyard Working Party 9am-12 noon 
25th October: Royal British Legion AGM 7.30pm Church Hall
27th October: Community Council meeting Church Hall 8pm

Community Times

The latest issue for October/November is now available here.

The deadline for receipt of copy (subject to availability/resevation of space) for the December/January issue is 3pm on 20th November.  

Film: For those of you not on social media, or who simply missed it.... as promised in the Community Times, here is the link to a fabulous film featuring Nayland's wonderful scenery and wildlife which was filmed by a local resident, Stuart Howells.  Watching this is a real tonic. 

Community Council Meeting

Minutes of the virtual Meeting held on 1st September are available here.

Local Bus Service

Details and timetables can be found at Hedingham & Chambers


Upcoming Events [  Cal  | List ]


 
Stour Border Dance
Sunday 24 October 2021
14:00-23:00
Nayland Village Hall
Stour Border Club

Table Tennis
Monday 25 October 2021
14:00-16:00
Nayland Village Hall

RBL AGM
Monday 25 October 2021
19:00-21:00
Nayland Church Hall
Royal British Legion

  RBL Agm which has been moved from 18 Oct


Nayland Cinema
Tuesday 26 October 2021
18:30-23:00
Nayland Village Hall
Nayland Cinema

Nayland Art Group
Wednesday 27 October 2021
14:00-16:00
Nayland Village Hall
Nayland Art Group

  Re-start of the Nayland art group who used to meet in the church hall; new members welcome.


Community Council Meeting
Wednesday 27 October 2021
19:30-21:30
Nayland Church Hall
Nayland with Wissington Community Council

  Meeting at 8pm (but Exec meet 7.30). Representatives from any village organisations and individuals interested in community activities are very welcome to attend. Agenda available on website.


Table Tennis
Monday 01 November 2021
14:00-16:00
Nayland Village Hall

Nayland Art Group
Wednesday 03 November 2021
14:00-16:00
Nayland Village Hall
Nayland Art Group

  Re-start of the Nayland art group who used to meet in the church hall; new members welcome.


05 November

Poppy Appeal coffee morning
Friday 05 November 2021
09:30-12:30
Nayland Church Hall
Royal British Legion

  A coffee Morning in aide of the Poppy Appeal


05 November

Nayland Baby and Toddler Group
Friday 05 November 2021
09:30-11:30
Nayland Village Hall
Nayland Baby and Toddler Group

  Baby and Toddler Group


05 November

Nayland Bonfire & Fireworks
Friday 05 November 2021
18:30-20:00
Nayland Village Hall
Nayland with Wissington Community Council
naylandcommunitycouncil.org.uk/

  All the fun of Bonfire & Fireworks with luminous necklaces, sparklers, barbecued hot dogs, soft drinks, hot chocolate, mulled wine. Entry adults £6, children £2


08 November

Table Tennis
Monday 08 November 2021
14:00-16:00
Nayland Village Hall

08 November

Conservation Society
Monday 08 November 2021
18:30-22:00
Nayland Village Hall
Nayland with Wissington Conservation Society

  Open Meeting


10 November

Nayland Art Group
Wednesday 10 November 2021
14:00-16:00
Nayland Village Hall
Nayland Art Group

  Re-start of the Nayland art group who used to meet in the church hall; new members welcome.


Local Social Media

There are useful local social media groups which offer interesting and useful information including:

Public Access Defibrillators
in Nayland

There are TWO Public Access Defibrillators located in Nayland – on the outside wall of Nayland Fire Station and on the outside wall of Nayland Village Hall.

Always dial 999 in an emergency, the call handler will know there is a defibrillator nearby and will provide the access code if needed.














The History of Nayland & Wiston





Get Involved! Find out about some Nayland-based organisations.