The Danbury Society
Registered Charity No. 283898
The Danbury Society is a village conservation Society located in
Danbury, Chelmsford, Essex, UK

Latest Changes
4th March 2022 Updated 2021 to record what happened that year.


Due to the Coronavirus and the Government requirement for Lockdown, all meetings have had to be Cancelled for the year.   Later events have been left in the hope that thay may go ahead.
During 2021 the Danbury Society Newsletters have been published and distributed to Members.

Danbury Society's Annual General Meeting.

Was held at 8pm on 2nd December 2021 - suitably distanced and sanitised in the Dawson Suite of the Danbury Sports & Social Centre.

AGM Top Table
The Danbury Society AGM Top Table.

AGM Poster

AGM Top Table
The opening slide of the presentation by Alan Pamphilon.

Carols Around the Christmas Tree at Eves Corner

This took place on 6th December 2021

The Christmas Tree this year was donated by Baker's of Danbury - offices opposite to the Green.

Christmas Tree at Eve's Corner
This Year's Christmas Tree at Eve's Corner.

Christmas Tree at Eve's Corner
Plaque informs that the Danbury Parish Council & The Danbury Society
also sponsored the provision of this lovely Tree.

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Aims of The Danbury Society

To involve the residents of Danbury in interests and pursuits to enrich village life.

To ensure that changes in the Village are undertaken with sensitivity to the character of Danbury.

To protect the natural beauty of the local landscape and to promote its maintenance and care.

To Work for the preservation and protection of buildings and features of interest in Danbury.

To promote the general charitable benefit of the inhabitants of the Danbury area by provision of such financial and/or material benefit as the Trustees for the time being shall determine.

The Danbury Society supports the Village

As part of its Charitable Objects, the Danbury Society makes grants to village activities and organisations of all kinds.   Since its formation in 1967, the Society has donated many thousands of pounds ranging from improvements at Eves Corner, refurbishing the Village Hall, restoration of the Grade 1 listed Parish Church to helping out with youth organisations.

The Danbury Society publish a Newsletter every 4 months.   This is available to paid-up Members

Contact Information

The Danbury Society Web Site Address is:-

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St John's Parish Church.

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The Danbury Society supports The Parish Council.

Visit the Parish Council's new Web Site for more details:-

Danbury Palace Babies Contact Information

Click here  to link to Danbury Park Babies Web Site

The Danbury Society Blog

Please note The Danbury Society, Blog on Danbury village matters has been discontinued.
It covered events and incidents that were relevant to the objects of Danbury Society.
Have a look for yourself at: -    

There will not be any more updates.

Note, this is a Server based site and therefore not a "www" (World Wide Web site).

Joining The Danbury Society

If you live in Danbury, please support The Danbury Society by joining. It is only £2.00 per household per year or £3.00 if we cannot deliver your Newsletter on foot.   See clickable link below: -

  • To join the Danbury Society
  • To contact the Membership Secretary: -
    Chandra Pyne.
    Telephone -- 01245 223766

    Click   here  to e-mail Chandra Pyne directly.

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