Book of Condolence for Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Sunday, 11th September 2022 // A Book of Condolence is available in Stambourne Church. The Church will be open from 9am to 5pm each day. The Book of Condolence will close on Tuesday, 20th September. If you wish to leave flowers please place them by the War Memorial. A special commemoration service marking the death of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will take place on Sunday, 18th September at 9.30am at Castle Hedingham Church and 11am at Sible Hedingham Church.

A Book of Condolence is available in Stambourne Church. The Church will be open from 9am to 5pm each day. 

The Book of Condolence will close on Tuesday, 20th September 2022.

If you wish to leave flowers please place them by the War Memorial

Please note that building work is due to take place at the Church in the week commencing 19th September, and care should be taken whilst you are there.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Church candles

Commemoration service

A special commemoration service, marking the death of Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, will take place on Sunday, 18th September 2022 at:

  • 9.30am at Castle Hedingham Church and
  • 11am at Sible Hedingham Church

Sunday, 11th September 2022 — A Book of Condolence is available in Stambourne Church. The Church will be open from 9am to 5pm each day. The Book of Condolence will close on Tuesday, 20th September. If you wish to leave flowers please place them by the War Memorial. A special commemoration service marking the death of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will take place on Sunday, 18th September at 9.30am at Castle Hedingham Church and 11am at Sible Hedingham Church.

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Stambourne is probably as secluded a village as you can find within 50 miles of London” – Nicholas Enticknap

Welcome to the most comprehensive resource on Stambourne, a village in rural North Essex, UK.

Here you will find the live weather in Stambourne, our events calendar, ideas on what to do in the area, lots of information on the history of the village, what’s happening and almost 10 years of the Stambourne Newsletter, the village’s bi-monthly printed newsletter. There are also lots of photos of the village as it is now as well as in times gone by.

“Stambourne is probably as secluded a village as you can find within 50 miles of London” – Nicholas Enticknap

Welcome to the most comprehensive resource on Stambourne, a village in rural North Essex, UK.

Here you will find the live weather in Stambourne, our events calendar, ideas on what to do in the area, lots of information on the history of the village, what’s happening and almost 10 years of the Stambourne Newsletter, the village’s bi-monthly printed newsletter. There are also lots of photos of the village as it is now as well as in times gone by.