The Stour Valley Action Group was formed in April 2001 to contest the
original planning application to build The John Constable Countryside
and Heritage Centreat the site of redundant greenhouses on London Road,Great Horkesley. Having
deemed all previous applications as inappropriate,and having defeated them, our role now is to monitor future plans for the same site.
The committee was re-elected following an open meeting on 3rd July 2014. With a
membership of more than 700 people, the SVAG committee will take care to ensure that the views of the local community are taken into account as each new application arises.
Membership is open to all. We particularly welcome members living in the villages
of Great and Little Horkesley, Nayland and Boxted, who live closest to the site.
However, any new developments will also be of concern to those who live in
Langham, Leavenheath, Stoke-by-Nayland, Higham, Wissington, Wormingford,
West Bergholt, Eight Ash Green and other surrounding villages.
Anyone else, anywhere, who is concerned about the future of this landscape is
welcome to join.
join SVAG by email, email@example.com. Please remember to give us your postal address.
Membership is free
but campaigns cost money. If you would like
to make a donation you can make a transfer to SVAG at Barclays Bank,
sort code 20-41-50, account no 10332712. Or you can send a cheque to: The Treasurer.
join SVAG by post please click
here for our printable membership form.
Due to the cost of
postage please send us your email address so we can keep you informed.