Sewards End extends along the Walden Road, two miles east of Saffron Walden. The village is about a mile long on the B1053. It is 43 miles from London, 17 from Cambridge and 14 from Bishops Stortford. Audley End railway station is 4.5 miles away. Some of the village dates back to the 11th century. Today Sewards End has about 190 houses and about 140 children. The village has an active WI, Horticultural society, youth club, mothers and toddlers, and carpet bowls. A library van visits the village every Monday evening. There is an annual open gardens day in the summer, an annual flower and vegetable show, and St James Church holds services every two weeks. Most years we also hold a village fete.
A village history was written in 2000 and republished in 2009. Copies can be obtained from Tracy Coston
(Tel: 01223 894462).
The Parish Council was set up in 2004.
Parish Council Meeting Dates 2016 (all at 7.30 pm in Sewards End Village Hall unless otherwise stated)
1st March. 2016
12th April, 2016 - St. James Church
3rd May, 2016
7th June, 2016
No Meeting in July 2016
2nd August, 2016
1st September, 2016
4th October, 2016
1st November, 2016
6th December, 2016