Cream Tea Garden Party – Wed 5 June

Wednesday 5th June 2019

Our next event is the Cream Tea Garden Party at 6 Kenston Court, featuring the usual strawberries and cream and other delicious fare.

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Ray Island Walk

On Wednesday 19th July a small group of MIS members took part in a walk to Ray Island from the Stood.

David Nichols,Warden of Ray Island, lead the walk, which was interspersed with information on flora and fauna; details of historical formation on the land used for fortification; evidence of early farming and other fascinating facts.

David was a wonderful guide and had an incredible wealth of local knowledge and we wish to thank him for this walk which was truly memorable.

Everyone really enjoyed this outing; if any member would like to be included in next years walk, please contact Marica Frost (details in Mistral).

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STOP350: Legal representation on behalf of objectors

STOP350 is instructing legal representation on behalf of the objectors to the Mersea part of the Colchester Borough Council Local Plan (2017-2033) to be heard before the Government-appointed Inspector in early 2018.  We therefore advise you to support STOP350 and are publishing both sides of their leaflet for your information and to act on.  Please do so as soon as possible and before 8 August 2017.

Please also see their website   www.stop350.org.uk

NB  this does not stop you making your own objections to CBC to this latest revamp of the Local Plan, by 8 AUGUST.

You received a MIS leaflet included in your 2017 copy of Mistral which gave the postal and email addresses of the Borough Planning department.

Sarah Shehadeh, on behalf of the MIS Committee.

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Click here to see the front of the leaflet >

 

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Click here to download and print the form >

 

 

MERSEA ISLAND SOCIETY Garden Tea Party

Our Garden Afternoon Tea Party on 14 June 2017 was a great success. The weather was superb, as was the food and entertainment. Grateful thanks go to Barry Turner, Claus Ohmke and Roger Mullis for all their hard work putting up the marquee, kindly lent by Claus, the sales tent and all the tables and chairs and afterwards taking them down again and returning them to their rightful owners.

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The ladies on the catering front, Marcia Frost and Lynne Hartley, ably assisted by Vivienne Ohmke, provided and served a wonderful selection of teatime treats including strawberries and cream. Marica accompanied herself on the ukele singing “The Rose” and a celtic song. Claus conducted an un-do-able quiz, although one table managed to answer enough questions to win. All round a most enjoyable “do”

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