• The Tour de France comes to Finchingfield - 7th July 2014
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Events Calendar

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Upcoming Events

Tue Apr 26 @19:30 -
Parish Council Meeting
Tue May 17 @19:00 -
Finchingfield Playing Field AGM
Fri May 27 @19:30 -
FinCHE Race Night
Tue May 31 @19:30 -
Annual Council Meeting (AGM)


The Parish is one of the largest in area, in Essex, encompassing the villages of Finchingfield and Cornish Hall End with a combined population of approximately 1300.

Finchingfield is mentioned in the Domesday Book [Fincingefelda – the fields of Finc’s people] and has a long history – having a 15th century Guildhall and a 14th century church – St John the Baptist - its massive tower dating from the Norman times. The Guildhall has recently undergone major renovation work - you can visit its website here.

The village pond in Finchingfield is familiar to many visitors and said to be the most photographed village in England [Daily Telegraph 2008]. Apart from its history and significant conservation area, visitors can enjoy the many facilities provided by the shops, pubs and restaurants [please see the Business section of the website]. It also has a thriving primary school and a Health Centre, which together with the many social activities that take place during the year, makes it a very desirable village.

Cornish Hall End is a smaller village with its own electoral ward, some 2.7 miles from Finchingfield and an integral part of the Parish as a whole, with a population of approximately 230. It has an equally interesting church – St John the Evangelist – and the Horse & Groom PH is the hub of many social activities.


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Finchingfield Bridge

Essex County Council to share bridge plans with Finchingfield community

Essex County Council is preparing to share revised plans for the future of Finchingfield Bridge with local residents.

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Road closure is scheduled for up to three days, weather permitting, to allow BT cabling works, for a distance of 120m West from the junction of the B1053 with The Green, Finchingfield.

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The Bridge - Response from Cllr Johnson

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Letter from Chairman

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