Stondon Massey Parish Council is now meeting online via Zoom.
Agendas are on the 2020/21 page and will show the meeting ID’s and passwords.
Meeting dates for 2020/21 are as follows:
20th October 2020
17th November 2020
No meeting in December
19th January 2021
16th February 2021
16th March 2021
URGENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!
Remembrance Sunday 2020
Remembrance Sunday took a rather different form this year, as no church services were allowed.
However Stondon Massey church did stream a lovely remembrance service on their facebook page.
Chairman Cllr. Brent Smith took part in the service, which was held in a socially distanced manner and laid a wreath on behalf of Stondon Massey parish council in the entrance to the church.
Welcome To The Parish Of Stondon Massey
Where is Stondon Massey?
Stondon Massey is a small rural parish within Brentwood Borough. The population is currently 727.
Why is the village called Stondon Massey?
Stondon means ‘stone hill’, a Saxon settlement was established near to the site of the 12th Century church of St Peter’s & St Paul’s. A low gravel hill was known as a ‘down’.
Hence the name ‘Stondon’.
‘Massey’ is derived from Serlo de Marci, a Norman knight who lived in Ongar.
The main part of the village is now just over a mile to the south of the church probably due to the plague of 1350.