Some parish councillors have written articles on subjects that they feel should be published for the general information of parishioners.
Here is a list. 
(most recent at the top)
Information correct at the time of publishing!

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Dated
March 2014
Dr. Alan Wilson is the chairman of the Box Common and Rights of Way committees.  He has been steering the proposal to create some parking spaces at the common.
To found out more click the LINK >
 
Dated October
2012
Alan Clench (Chairman of the Burial committee) would like to tell you about some forthcoming work to some trees in our cemetery. LINK
Dated
April 2012
Pauline Lyons is the current chairman of the council and her article in the April edition of the Parish Magazine on the subject of the 2012/2013 precept is repeated here LINK
Dated
September 2011
Margaret Rousell++ is the parish council's longest serving member.  She recounts her time there, spanning many years between the Queen's 'Silver' jubilee to next years 'Diamond'.
++ retired from the council May 2013
LINK
Dated
12th
July
2011
Cllr. Sid Gould is chairman of the Playing Fields committee which includes the recreation ground where the pavilion is situated.  He writes to give some background to the area and brings us up-to-date information. LINK
Dated 13th
April
2011
Alan Clench is chairman of the Burial committee on the council and writes an article about our cemetery on the Bath Road. LINK
Dated
February 2011
 
Cllr. Richard Campbell is chairman of the Highways committee on the council and writes about the forthcoming 'switch-off' of some street lights in the parish. LINK
Dated 16th
February
2011
Chairman++  of the council Fred Sheppard has written an article to explain the council's viewpoint in respect of the setting of the precept (rates) for 2011/12.
++ retired from the council in May 2011
LINK
Dated
January 2011
Philip Rayner++ is a recent recruit to the council and writes about his experiences and thoughts on joining the council.
++ retired from the council May 2013
LINK