ALL EVENTS LISTED IN OUR APRIL AND MAY CALENDAR ARE NOW POSITIVE, ONLINE VIRTUAL EVENTS.
If you are holding date specific online events that can help individuals during these challenging times, you are welcome to add these events to the calendar (using the green button below) providing you are a charity or community group and/or the events are free to access.
Please note: The events in Essex featured are all third party events: Healthy Life Essex is not normally directly involved in organising or running any of these events. As events may be cancelled or details changed without us being informed, please always clarify details with the organiser/contact listed. Healthy Life Essex cannot accept responsibility for incorrect information shown on our events listings.
Directory advertisers can add their own ad hoc events free of charge as can most charities. Other events may incur a cost. The directors reserve the right not to accept entries or to make a small charge.
Join this early morning, adults only event to see Soprano Pipistrelle Bats, take a walk to see the bluebells and listen to the dawn chorus at Hanningfield Reservoir Nature Reserve. The walk will be followed with a bacon roll or vegetarian option at the visitor centre. Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and bring a torch.Find out more »
A beautiful walk organised by the Basildon Natural History society Local Group. Witness the beautiful display of bluebells at Langdon Hill on this free wildlife walk. Meet at St. Mary's & All Saints Church car park. Car sharing if you can!Find out more »
Enjoy an adult only walk around Chafford Gorges Nature Park with the Ranger to learn about the management of the site and its wildlife. Please wear sturdy footwear and appropriate clothing. Meet at the Visitor Centre decking area. Booking EssentialFind out more »
Observe and identify the birdlife of Hornchurch Country Park Armed with binoculars, bird guide and notepad (all provided) join Brenda our birdwatching guide to spot, observe and identify the birdlife of Hornchurch Country Park. Suitable for 8 yrs + Booking EssentialFind out more »
This garden has been established over 40 years, with the current owners transforming it from a bog-ridden, cricket-bat plantation into a gently sloping woodland garden. Springs and ponds divide the garden into different areas with various shrubs and perennial planting. Home-made teas available. This garden also makes a donation to Dentaid.Find out more »