Child: £6 / Adult: £8 / Family: £22 book now www.maldonfireworks.co.uk
AWARD WINNING DISPLAY TEAM STAR FIREWORKS PRESENT'S THE MALDON ANNUAL FIREWORK DISPLAY
Current holders of the National Firework Championship and Best of the best winners title. All the crews are fully trained to the City & Guilds accreditation. Ensuring not only excellence but also event safety.
Winter Warmers Bar serving Mulled Wine, Spiced Cider and Hot Toddies located on top of the pump room / amphitheater area ( perfect viewing platform ).
We also have some amazing Food Concessions inc our "Award Winning Maldon Sausages" / Hot Dogs.
Back for October half term this year, dust down your costumes, grab your broomstick and head
over to Chelmsford Museum for ‘Hocus Pocus’!
Explore the myths about witches, separate fact from fiction and discover if there were really witches in Chelmsford in the return of this popular exhibition. Including real artefacts from the museum’s collection plus a few surprises, explore how witches became associated with Halloween and how so-called witches were identified, as well as the origins of Halloween itself.
Chelmsford Museum’s Hocus Pocus will open from Saturday 22 October to Sunday 30 October, giving you plenty of time over the half term to visit the museum. The exhibition will be open all day in the Wells Suite on the first floor (opposite the bees!) from 10am to 5pm.
Dressing-up is welcome! Tag us in your photos #ChelmsfordHocusPocus
Take on this unique half marathon in the heart of Colchester Zoo, surrounded by the
animals. The course will run through the Zoo before heading out onto the surrounding closed roads
before finishing back inside the Zoo!
Any questions? Contact the Fundraising Team on 01245 457411 or email@example.com
When: Where: Wat Tyler Park, Pitsea Hall Lane, Basildon, Essex, SS16 4UHCost: Early Bird Discount - £12 for adults, £6 for children and £30 family ticket
Join us for some festive fun at our Santa Fun Run, back for 2022.
Suitable for everyone including the family dog!
Entry includes a free santa suit for adults and reindeer antlers with a flashing nose for the younger participants.
Early Bird Discount
Family Ticket (2 adults, 2 Children) £30
Regular Ticket Price
Family ( 2 adults, 2 children ) £35
By taking part you’ll be supporting your local children’s hospice every step of the way.
For more information please email Susie or call 07970 084599
THE CHELMSFORD COMEDY CLUB
- The Comedy Club is the Original Comedy Club in Chelmsford, we have been bringing Laughter to Life in Chelmsford since 1996 & have been running five star shows ever since. That's 26 years of bringing laughter to life!
LGBTQ+ I’M A POTATO: MENTAL HEALTH IN YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS
ANGLIA RUSKIN UNIVERSITY CHELMSFORD CAMPUS
- Join Larina and Issy from The Outhouse who will offer an overview of their experience in working with Transgender and Non-binary adults and young people, with a focus on supporting the mental health of members of the LGBTQ+ community and their families from a Person-Centred perspective.
Providing a brief overview of terminology, they will focus on the phenomenological experience of self and of self-discovery as facilitated by the core conditions of Rogerian theory.
They will talk about ‘coming out’ and share experiences from members of the community and their families to offer an understanding of the layers of personal experience and how, in a Person-Centred perspective, every person strives for and thrives with acceptance.
- Anglia Ruskin University Bishop Hall Lane Chelmsford Essex CM1 1SQ
Pre-loved designer and high street clothing and accessories with all proceeds donated to Kids Inspire.
When: Saturday 1 October 2022 (10am-2pm)
Where: Ingatestone and Fryerning Community Association, 7 High Street Ingatestone CM4 9ED
All proceeds from this event will go towards funding mental health and trauma recovery support for children and young people.
For any queries or further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Chelmer Radio is delighted to be the media partner for a very special production coming to Witham Public Hall in October. Witham Amateur and Operatic Society W.A.O.S are presenting 'The Flames of Injustice' from October 24th -29th. celebrating 100 years of musical theatre in Witham
Bonfire night, November 1828, and the people of Witham revel in celebrations until fires break out at Olivers and other local farms. Unbeknown to sweethearts James Cook & Betty Goodwin, the flames are about to change their lives forever.
When James is wrongly accused of starting the fires, Betty and the community rally round to provide support. Will justice prevail? Will the interrogators listen to reason? And when will the flames burn out?
This moving story has been written by Sarah Osborne in collaboration with WAOS members with a full folk style score by Franky Garland and orchestration by Phil Toms.
Please note, the show will include some strobe-lighting and explosion sound effects
Book now by following this link http://www.waos.org/box-office/ and if you put Chelmerradio (CAPS C) as the promo code on checkout you'll get 5% off your tickets