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Welcome to the Stisted Historical Photos Section.

Stisted has a rich and well- documented past. We have substantial collection of images and documents that we wish to share and make accessible to the wider Stisted community for their enjoyment, and we need your help to extend and develop the collection.

You will see that we have categorised the archive under various headings, and we would welcome your contribution in the form of old photographs, documents or stories that we could add to this, and help us learn more about Stisted and those who have lived and worked here over the centuries.

We would like to thank Howard Hollands and Derek Pryke for their hard work in organising, scanning and filing all of this historical information.

If you have additional historical documents or photos that you feel would be a great contribution to this collection¨please contact the Parish Clerk at

Have Your Say

Deadline foe applying for a postal vote is 5pm next Tuesday.Please don’t forget if you would prefer to vote by post in the May 6 elections, the deadline for applying is only a week away (5pm Tuesday 20 April 2021).

Apply here:

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Braintree District CouncilWhether it's a pint in your favourite local pub 🍺

Browsing your favourite local shop 🛍

Or working out in the local gym 🏋️‍♀️

Many of our local businesses are excited to be able to welcome back their customers from next week, so support our independent businesses, but also make sure to stay safe by remaining 2 metres from people outside your household, regular hand washing/sanitising, and respect all measures in place to help you and others have a safe, enjoyable visit.


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Braintree District Council*Only two weeks left to apply for postal vote*

On Thursday 6 May 2021 residents in the Braintree District will go to the polls to have their say on who represents them at Essex County Council and who the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex will be.

You can:

1. Vote at a polling station.

2. Vote by post (your application form must arrive with us at Causeway House by 5pm Tuesday 20 April 2021.)

3. Appoint someone to vote on your behalf known as a proxy vote (your application form must arrive with us at Causeway House by 5pm Thursday 27 April 2021).

Polling stations will be safe places to vote and voters can expect to see many of the measures we’ve all become used to over recent months such as hand sanitiser, floor markings and face coverings.

However, there are other ways you can vote including by post. Registering for a postal vote is quick and easy and can be done online. No matter how you choose to cast your vote in May, we are working hard so you can do so safely.

More here:

• If you’ve never registered, or have recently moved to a new house, make sure you register to vote - it only takes five minutes:

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The Street, Stisted
8th-20th April 2021
Delays possible - Traffic control (two-way signals)
Responsibility for works - Gigaclear Ltd

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