THE COLNE-STOUR COUNTRYSIDE ASSOCIATION

Kentwell Hall
Little Maplestead
Pentlow Mill
Melford Hall
Paycocke's
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Newsletter Archives

The organisation produce an annual newsletter.

Below are links to the newsletters and some of the articles from previous years.

April 2013

Chairman's Letter - February 2013
The Watermills of the River Stour
Managing a Masterpiece: The Stour Valley Landscape Partnership
Extending the Dedham Vale, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)
Buildings in the East Anglian Landscape - as seen by John Constable
The Round Church at Maplestead
The Fine Wines of England
Progress Against Pylons: A roundup of recent developments in the pylons saga
Tea and the Tea Caddy - A brief study of the early history of tea and its containers
Garden Visits
Editor’s Notes
Treasurer's Report

April 2012

Chairman's Letter - February 2012
Trees R Us – An Amateur Arboretum
Glimpses into some Stour Valley Churches
The Art of Brewing
Planning Reform
'Elf 'n Safety . . . and All That
Daws Hall Open Days and Events 2012
Bringing our Past to Life: Gestingthorpe Roman Villa
Miniature or Apprentice Piece?
Gainsborough's View
New Stour Valley Environment Fund
Treasurer's Report
The Colne Stour Countryside Association. Minutes of the 46th Annual General Meeting held at Ferriers Barn, Bures on Thursday 12th May 2011

April 2011

Chairman’s Letter - April 2011
Pylons
The Painted Church becomes Bury’s Cathedral
Marks Hall and The Phillips Price Trust
Brewing in East Anglia
Bures Mill Over Nine Centuries
Landscapes by Munnings Exhibition at Gainsborough’s House
Editor’s Notes
Website and Email Addresses
Garden Visits
Treasurers Report
The Colne Stour Countryside Association. Minutes of the 45th Annual General Meeting
Annual General Meeting 2010

April 2010

A Pint of Port to Paint a Picture
A Walk Round Coggeshall Abbey
By Canoe to Cattawade
Nocturnal Visitors
Sudbury New Town - c.1330
A Stay in a Nomad's Tent
Freeing our countryside of the blight of pylons
Hobbies on the Stour
Editor's Notes

April 2009

By Hook or by Crook
Unwanted Wildlife – Some Handy Hints
East Ruston Old Vicarage
Squash a Squirrel – Save a Tree
Historic Wallpapers and Cole & Son
Long Melford – ‘Suffolk in a day’
Don’t throw away a fortune!

April 2008

Cycling in Suffolk – An Environmental Holiday
The Sudbury Bell Founders
The CSCA Website
From Sible Hedingham to Florence. The Remarkable Life of Sir John Hawkwood
‘One of Suffolk’s Best Kept Secrets’- Gainsborough’s House, Sudbury
Discovering Historic Wallpaper in East Anglian Houses
The not so humble Mole (Talpa Europaea) and how to catch him

April 2007

Water Mills on the Upper Colne
Dragonflies on the Stour
Lamarsh Bell Restoration
The CSCA Website
What is wrong with our Horse Chestnuts?