This is the website of Colne Engaine Parish Council, and it includes useful and interesting information about the village and local events.
Colne Engaine is a village and a civil parish in Essex, England, situated just north of the River Colne and of the larger village of Earls Colne, approximately ten miles north-west of Colchester. The village takes its name from the river, around which it is likely that the earliest settlements were made, and the Engaine family, who were the principal family of the village between 1279 and 1367.
The village hall is entering a very exciting and controversial period. The old annexe building next to the hall has to be removed by the end of 2020; we were so lucky to get the use for a further 5 years.
Project Mercury is designed to increase public confidence in Essex Police and Partners. At the same time as reducing crime over the long term particularly with respect of Dwelling Burglary by educating the public in basic crime prevention.
The Parish Council has produced a new footpath map.