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.
This course is designed for people with little or no experience of native tree identification, but should also be useful to those who have some knowledge on the subject. We will take a practical look at tree identification focusing on native and non-native trees found in the woodlands and hedgerows of Essex. You will learnFind out more »
In January our wintering flocks of wildfowl and waders at RSPB Wallasea are at their peak and can be an impressive sight as they swirl around high tide roosts or feed at the edge of the saltmarsh. Watch out if a Peregrine goes through as the birds take to the air en-masse to avoid thisFind out more »
Time to Change Social Contact training is aimed at anyone who has suffered with mental health issues and, as a result of their personal experiences, would like to help make a difference by sharing those experiences and encouraging more openness and conversations. This training will develop participants’ skills, knowledge, understanding and confidence in opening upFind out more »
Join Essex Wildlife Trust at Thurrock Thameside Visitor Centre for a fascinating talk on marine species in Essex. Rachel Langley is the Living Seas Coordinator at Essex Wildlife Trust. She will introduce the Essex coast and the varied and fascinating species that make it their home, give an insight into some of the projects EssexFind out more »