Welcome to the Braughing Community Website

This is your guide to the historic village of Braughing, designed to help you find out about the village and make the most from your day out here if you plan to visit the village in the future. Please click here>>> for more information about Braughing.
Braughing Village Diary
Braughing Playing Fields Association Trust
100 Club -
is drawn monthly at Braughing Post Office.
Do you enjoy singing or simply want to have a go then come along to
The Braughing Sing
Tuesdays during term times
7.30 – 9.00
at Jenyns school, Braughing

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Energy saving links and fuel deals
Local Broadband Update.

The Connected Counties programme
will be providing fibre broadband coverage to some of this area.They do not guarantee that every home and business will be connected to the new high-speed fiber-optic infrastructure (100MB speed). We must therefore lobby hard here, starting now.
As a resident of East Herts, you are entitled to a 75% discount on the pick-up/drop-off fees at Stansted meaning it costs 50p instead on £2.00 for 10 minutes or 75p instead of £3.00 for 15 minutes (unfortunately there are no discounts off any parking!)

All you need to do is apply for a Local Resident Discount Card to Empark here >>>
Gladman Developments Protest

Say No To Gladman in Braughing
SATURDAY 18 October saw a spectacular and moving event in St Mary the Virgin, Braughing. The remembrance service honoured the men of Braughing who were killed in the 1914 - 1918 conflict, and those who returned home.

Following the service The Braughing Local History Society launched its latest book in the series 'Braughing at War'. The Last Post, written by Peter Boylan, tells the story of Freddy Longman of UpHall and skillfully illumiates one mans short life and the utter tradegy and futility of war. The picture below shows the 23 red ribbons and 106 gold ribbons representing the lives lost and the men who returned - not all unscathed.


A very clear message from Braughing residents has been sent to EHDC planning department - we do not want the proposed land development.

The community is up-in-arms about the proposal from professional land promoter, Gladman Developments, to develop the land by the river Quin between Gravelly Lane and Hay Street. This beautiful part of the village is a haven for wildlife giving pleasure to the community and visitors alike. Walkers come from miles around to enjoy this peaceful and tranquil area and it is a vital part of the rural landscape and a great educational asset to the local school and our children.

Gladman partner with landowners who are looking to obtain residential consent, at minimal risk and in a short timescale. So we suffer from the absentee landowner who does not live in our community any more and will not be affected. Gladman say they take ‘a proactive approach’ to ‘strategic land’ ‘optimising the value of potential residential development land. Gladman Homes LLP is the contracting company associated with Gladman Development Ltd.