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About Wivenhoe

Adult Education   




Cook’s Shipyard



How to get HERE

Music Section


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Sports Clubs

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Useful Information

Useful Web Sites


Wivenhoe Diary


Wivenhoe People

Town Council

The Wivenhoe Encyclopedia

Are you in the Wivenhoe Encyclopedia?  This is Wivenhoe’s community web site. So, get in touch if you have something you would like to contribute. See subjects below.

The web site is here to promote anything and everything about Wivenhoe: Local news, events, organisations, history and people.

If you are a Wivenhoe organisation, in business here, or an artist (painter, sculptor, musician), or a tutor, or a band, pages can be created for you. 

Send items to Eugene Kraft. E-mail address: or send items to the Wivenhoe Town Council offices.

The History Section

Can you contribute a page about Wivenhoe’s heritage? Wivenhoe was a very different place even 30 years ago. What can you remember – of the characters, the great occasions and events. Write them up. Perhaps include a picture and get them published. 

See what’s already in the History Section. Click here

Artists, bands and musicians

Promote yourselves, and enhance Wivenhoe’s reputation for art and musical talent.

Send in a write up of what you do, where you trained, where you perform or have exhibitions.

Have your own page.  

Check out Amanda’s page as an example, Click here 

Posters – When you create a poster on your PC, send a copy as an attachment to an e-mail and help promote your event via the Wivenhoe web site.
Organisations – Promote yourselves, what your aim and objects are. Have a page, or pages, in the Wivenhoe web site. Send in updates. Add photos. Build up a history about your organisation.  

See the Folk Club’s home page as an example. Click here

Events Diary – Are you sending in details of your events for inclusion in the Town Diary?  Help us to keep it up to date, and promote your event. 

See the Town Diary. Click here

Wivenhoe People A growing section of pages of people who either do live here or have lived here, some well-known, others not so. Click here 
Wivenhoe is a special place. There are an extraordinary number of people who doing things, have done things, and  are trying to do more things.   Know more about Wivenhoe.    Explore the Wivenhoe Encyclopedia.   The Wivenhoe Town Council want to promote better communication of information, knowledge and community awareness.