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12:30 pm

Ladies Lunch and Christmas Shopping for Brainwave – Orsett Hall

20th November 2019 @ 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Orsett Hall, RM16 3HS, Prince Charles Avenue
Orsett, RM16 3HS
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Join Brainwave at the prestigious Orsett Hall for a really lovely fundraising event with a difference: Enjoy a delicious two-course lunch with a glass of Prosecco or wine included, followed by a magical Christmas shopping experience (open until 9pm). Jewellery and Champagne raffles will be drawn after lunch. Tickets are limited availability so BOOK ONLINE

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7:30 pm

Illustrated Talk: The Working Life of a tree-climbing Ecologist – Clacton

20th November 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Village Hall, Clacton, Harwich Road, Beaumont
Clacton-on-Sea, Essex CO16 0AS
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Hazel Robson grew up locally but now works in the Midlands as an ecologist. Much of Hazel's work focuses on environmental impact studies. She has a particular interest in bats so is frequently to be found in the tree canopies, climbed using ropes. This event has been organised by the Tendring Local EWT Group but

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