This website is your guide to the historic village of Braughing, designed to help you find out about the village and make the most of your day out here if you plan to visit in the future.
On 2 May, there will be District Council elections taking place across East Hertfordshire. Click here >>> for a link to the Statement of Persons Nominated.
There are currently 23 bins in the parish which are either dedicated dog bins or multi-purpose bins which should be used for disposing of bagged dog poo and litter, please use them. The dog bin map of Braughing is available here >>>
The increase in dog fouling in Braughing has reached epidemic proportions. So this is what we are going to do.
We hope that by taking this action as a community we can put an end to this disgusting, foul practice which is a health hazard - particularly to our children. Please support this cause which has the full backing of Braughing Parish Council.
However, in the next few days there will be a WWI area here dedicated to this event with a gallery of photographs for you to enjoy. In the meantime please enjoy and reflect. The order of service can be downloaded here >>>
The Friends of St Mary's (St Mary's Church Braughing Restoration Trust) provides a much loved and valued service for the community by raising funds for the maintenance of our historic Grade I listed Church building.
We need your help so that we can continue to offer facilities and expand the role of this beautiful Church building in the heart of our community. Please support us by joining the East Herts lottery and click here >>> then click BUY TICKETS and just follow the instructions. Thank you for your support.
Helping to make Braughing a more pleasant place for residents and visitors, there will be a tidy-up on every second Sunday of the month meeting a Grove Barn, Green End at 10.30am. All the necessary equipment will be provided. Together, we can make our community a more pleasant and tidy environment.
It is evidenced that some visitors to our village, vehicles passing through and cyclists, do not respect our environment. Some vehicle drivers litter our paths and hedgerows, some cyclists discard punctured inner tubes - on the spot fine of £150. The residents of Braughing are particularly insistent that visitors and passers by respect the place where we live and will photograph and report offenders.