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This event starts and finishes at Richmond Hall car park every Monday, starting at 10:30am and with options of 45 minute or 30 minute walks. This walk is part of Rochford's Walk Tall scheme which is aimed at all abilities, but especially for beginners, who wants to improve their health through walking. This route hasFind out more »
This event is at Hullbridge every Monday, starting at 10:45am and with options of either one hour or a shorter 30 minute walk, starting and finishing at the free car park on the corner of Pooles Lane and Ferry Road. This walk is part of the Rochford District Health Walks, designed to help you enjoyFind out more »
Learn a new skill in 2018! Join local expert in silk painting, Denise Leadley, Denise is a member of the Essex Guild of Silk Painters. A great opportunity to make beautiful Christmas cards for friends and family. Suitable for ages 16+ Booking is essential.Find out more »
Learn a new skill in 2018!. Join local expert, Denise Leadley, Denise is a member of the Essex Guild of Silk Painters. Due to the phenomenal demand for the first silk painting session we are extremely pleased to have Denise return for another session. This event is suitable for those aged 16 or over PleaseFind out more »
This project is open to secondary school-age students (11-16) with a diagnosis of Asperger’s/High Functioning Autism and aims to support them by providing a space where they can be themselves, practise social skills, and spend time relaxing and having fun. Parents and carers are asked to stay for the session and can benefit from meetingFind out more »