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March 2018 - St Michaels Church
Following the dry weather last autumn the church has moved, currently large vertical cracks where the East Wall has moved horizontally away from the North and South Flanking walls are clearly visible. Additionally due to further problems at the West End with the Tower, the Bells are now not being rung. Currently the church are trying to raise £120,116.00 to fund the East End, it is hoped that sufficent will be raised so that further work not yet agreed/finalised can then be used to start this work and get the bells ringing.
Full details are available on the church's website. www.stmichaelskirby.org.uk, alternatively cheques can be sent to
Mrs Myra Dansie, Churchwarden
c/o The Rectory
10 Thorpe Road
Cheques should be made payable to St Michael's Restoration Fund
PETITION - Kirby le Soken Village Preservation Society started a PETITION regarding mass housing January 2017
Volunteer Required - The committee are looking for someone to run the Village Website, a little PC experience, access to a PC and some time are all required, please contact us via the CONTACT US section.
The Committee - names of the committee members and the minutes of the AGM added 21st June 2016
Village Plan - downloaded 17th May 2016
Village Plan May 2016 - to be downloaded onto Website in time for AGM
Another large development proposed April 2016 - see plannning Applications.
Major Road Works on The Street / Walton Road March 2016
During March the above roads will be closed in various places at night to allow for urgent road maintenance. Letters have been sent to all households.
Webiste Launches - 18th February 2016
Quietly the Kirby le Soken village website being developed by the Kirby le Soken Village Preservation Society is launched onto the Worldwide Web!!!
Pathway Walton Road - 17th February 2016
Following the cutting back of the hedges by local Farmers, a request has been sent to Essex Country Council requesting the removal of grass mud etc which has encroached onto the pavement