Box Village Society publishes the village newsletter Box News three times a year.


Printed copies are distributed to every household free of charge and further printed copies can be obtained by contacting the Chairman – Richard Hughes,, Box, Tel: 01453 835478, Email:

Other Box Village Society Publications


“Box As I Remember”

The personal history and collective memories of one of the last residents to be born, spend her whole life and eventually die in the same house in Box. by Ethel Smith (1903-1981) – £2 


“Box 1800-1850”

A small but fascinating booklet tracing the history of the village during the early 19th century, compiled using local resources as well as documents held by Gloucestershire Records Office. Written by Cyril Turk in 1998 – £2.50


Packet of 8 Notelet Cards with Envelopes

This contains two copies of four Drawings of Box: “Box Green Cottages”, “The Old Post Office”, “The Pen” and “Box Green” by Juliet Keyte – £2 per packet


Photograph of Box 1985

A video “The Story of Box” can be obtained through the Village Society.


Also available on loan is a more recent pictorial record of the people of Box and their lives in the village.


All Box Village Society publications are available from the Chairman – Richard Hughes, Box, Tel: 01453 835478, Email:

Click Here for maps of Box, directions of how to reach Box, and Local Walks.


Edward Payne was one Box’s most famous inhabitants, and there are many details of his life and works on this web site. Click here for details of The Life of Edward Payne


The Edward Payne Galleries


Click here for a gallery of over 120 of his Stained Glass


Click here for a gallery of his Scenes of Life


Click here for a gallery of his Portraits


Click here for a gallery of his Wartime pictures


Click here for a gallery of his Minchinhampton with Box Parish magazine covers


Click here for a gallery of Miscellaneous pictures.

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