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Welcome to White Colne

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We would welcome your pictures - please send in your photos, either prints for us to scan into the computer, or via an e-mail to

JaneTaylor@whitecolne.com





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click here for information on walks and wildlife

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Accompanying Carols on the Village Green - December 2012

Opening of the Village Hall new extension - December 2012




Snow in a White Colne garden

- January 2010

Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations

- June 2012

Summer along Boley Road


Carols on the Village Green

- December 2012

White Colne



Welcome to the White Colne Web Site.

White Colne is a contemporary village but with a history stretching back to the Domesday book and beyond. In fact there is evidence of Palaeolithic and Mesolithic settlement in the area.

Set in the Colne Valley, White Colne is part of the less well known North Essex countryside and today offers both residents and visitors access to beautiful scenery including riverside walks, open meadows and ancient woodland where a wide variety of wildlife flourishes.

The village is small but plays host to a number of groups and activities as well as many thriving businesses. Further details may be found within this web site.

Why not come and explore White Colne personally - you will be most welcome.


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Commemorating World War One - click here to view details of Soldiers from this area who gave their lives.

Peacock Letter

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