As well as helping with the medical needs of people affected by cancer, Macmillan also looks at the social, emotional and practical impact cancer can have, and campaigns for better cancer care. Macmillan Cancer Support's goal is to reach and improve the lives of everyone living with cancer in the UK.
Built in 1804, John Webb's Windmill is a tower mill and is the only remaining windmill in Thaxted. This windmill is the largest and most advanced of all the TBuilt in 1804, John Webb's Windmill is a tower mill and is the only remaining windmill in Thaxted. This windmill is the largest and most advanced of all the Thaxted mills and it worked for a hundred years. Built to satisfy a growing demand for flour at a time of agricultural expansion, it was constructed from local materials, with the bricks being made and fired half a mile away in the Chelmer valley. John Webb owned the farmland on which the mill was built.
Messages of condolence
Will miss Jannie and our little chats of past times
Mr Ray Banks
Remembering our friend Janie Stagg.
Anne & Michael xx
Mrs A Berresford
Remembering Janie and her kindness
Mrs Dorothy Lee
A privilege to have known you, Janie. We shall miss seeing you in church. R.I.P.
Mr & Mrs Colin Harrison
I shall miss our regular little chats on Bolford Street. Always a pleasure.
Dr Glyn & Maxine Banks
From Richard and Gillian
Mr Richard Hingston
Janie, you were a delightful Christian lady, you had a lot to endure in your life but you never complained about your lot. You were a good friend especially to Stella, helping her at Church services.