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Welcome to Stisted Parish Council

Welcome to Stisted Parish Council’s website, created with our parishioners in mind. Whether you are a young family wanting to know what’s going on and where essential services are, to the elderly and retired who simply want to keep in touch with the rest of the community and follow the news of the village. Within this website you will find information including contact telephone numbers, bus timetables and Neighbourhood Plan through to the Stisted Archive, What’s On / Events and the Youth Club.

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Stisted Village

Located North East of Braintree, Stisted is populated by around 600 people. Stisted has a village school, post office, two local pubs, village hall, allotments and is home to many small businesses. This is a real community with a good mix of young families and older residents. There is a playing field with activities for all ages including an obstacle course, table tennis, swings and climbing frames. In 2017, a pavilion was built to support the village football & rounders’ teams. It can also be hired / used for other events.

Nearby, you will find Braintree Golf Course, Stisted Hall, and many country walks through open fields and woodlands.

We love our village and we hope you do too!

Have Your Say

4 days ago

Stisted Parish Council

Status update for car park closures in BraintreeThe Braintree Town Hall, Manor Street and Victoria Street car parks will close on Sunday 1st March 2020. Allowing construction work to start on the Manor Street regeneration scheme.

Alternative parking information can be seen below:

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Upcoming roadworks

Kings Lane, Stisted, Essex
18 January — 19 January

Delays possible - Traffic control (multi-way signals)
Works location: Kings Lane - at the junction with A120 From J A131/B1256 To J B1024 North Of Coggeshall


Responsibility for works: Openreach
Current status: Planned work about to start
Works reference: BC005KN1WBRNTRV6126-ES16

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1 week ago

Stisted Parish Council

Information regarding courier fraudGood piece of work from Action Fraud UK . Just to be clear, the police will never call you and tell you they are coming to collect money or your card. Anyone that does do this, claiming to be the police is committing fraud. Please tell your elderly family and friends.

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