OCTOBER 2019

 
Tuesday, 1st
10am to 12 noon BASIS CLASSES (BLIND AND SIGHT IMPAIRED SOCIETY) Why not come along to a Drop in exercise class for people with impaired vision. Come have a chat and perhaps a cup of tea.  More information from 01268 711076.
 
Wednesday, 2nd
2pm to 4pm Workers’ Educational Association:  THE HISTORY OF BRITISH RAILWAYS  Tutor  Lucy Rawlinson. (8 week course).  The advent of rail transport brought about the biggest change to lifestyle in Britain, bringing standardised time, holidays and the realisation of a different life over the next hill. It also brought financial despots and skulduggery. Pre-enrolment is available on line at enrolonline.wea.org.uk or phone 03003033464.
 
Thursday, 3rd
9am and 10.30am PHONICS CLASS FOR KIDS AGED 1-4  Teaches preschool children letter sounds, enhancing speaking and listening skills.  For more information contact sally@soundsrightphonicsclasses.co.uk.
1.30pm to 3pm A CUP OF KINDNESS (Motivated Minds) for adults with mental health problems. For more information see www.motivated-minds.co.uk or call 07846 209846,
3pm to 5.30pm  WELL YOUTH CLUB (Motivated Minds) supporting Teen health and wellbeing. For more information see www.motivated-minds.co.uk or call 07846 209846,
 
Monday, 7th
7.30 to 8.45pm DULDZIN DRAGPA KADAMPA BUDDHISTS - THINKING AND MEDITATING  For more information ring 01992 571354.
 
Tuesday, 8th
10am to 12 noon BASIS CLASSES (BLIND AND SIGHT IMPAIRED SOCIETY) Why not come along to a Drop in exercise class for people with impaired vision. Come have a chat and perhaps a cup of tea.  More information from 01268 711076.
  
Wednesday, 9th
2pm to 4pm Workers’ Educational Association:  THE HISTORY OF BRITISH RAILWAYS  Tutor Lucy Rawlinson. (8 week course).  The advent of rail transport brought about the biggest change to lifestyle in Britain, bringing standardised time, holidays and the realisation of a different life over the next hill. It also brought financial despots and skulduggery. Pre-enrolment is available on line at enrolonline.wea.org.uk or
 
Thursday, 10th
9am and 10.30am PHONICS CLASS FOR KIDS AGED 1-4  Teaches preschool children letter sounds, enhancing speaking and listening skills.  For more information contact sally@soundsrightphonicsclasses.co.uk.
1.30pm to 3pm A CUP OF KINDNESS (Motivated Minds) for adults with mental health problems. For more information see www.motivated-minds.co.uk or call 07846 209846,
3pm to 5.30pm  WELL YOUTH CLUB (Motivated Minds) supporting Teen health and wellbeing. For more information see www.motivated-minds.co.uk or call 07846 209846,
 
Friday, 11th
9am to1pm. RECRUITMENT EVENT COME AND
JOIN OUR OUTSTANDING TEAM.   Pop in for a chat and
refreshments with our Recruiter Lorraine to find out how to become
a CARE Giver.  Part time jobs available.
 
Saturday, 12th
9.15am to 12.15pm BILLERICAY LIONS LADIES FUND RAISING COFFEE MORNING raising funds for their charity of the year, the Anvil Trust. Sales tables, raffle, tombola, light refreshments available.
 
Monday, 14th
7.30 to 8.45pm DULDZIN DRAGPA KADAMPA BUDDHISTS - THINKING AND MEDITATING  For more information ring 01992 571354.
 
Tuesday, 15th
10am to 12 noon BASIS CLASSES (BLIND AND SIGHT IMPAIRED SOCIETY) Why not come along to a Drop in exercise class for people with impaired vision. Come have a chat and perhaps a cup of tea.  More information from 01268 711076.
 
Wednesday, 16th
2pm to 4pm Workers’ Educational Association:  THE HISTORY OF BRITISH RAILWAYS  Tutor Lucy Rawlinson. (8 week course).  The advent of rail transport brought about the biggest change to lifestyle in Britain, bringing standardised time, holidays and the realisation of a different life over the next hill. It also brought financial despots and skulduggery. Pre-enrolment is available on line at enrolonline.wea.org.uk or phone 03003033464.
 
Thursday, 17th
9am and 10.30am PHONICS CLASS FOR KIDS AGED 1-4  Teaches preschool children letter sounds, enhancing speaking and listening skills.  For more information contact sally@soundsrightphonicsclasses.co.uk.
1.30pm to 3pm A CUP OF KINDNESS (Motivated Minds) for adults with mental health problems. For more information see www.motivated-minds.co.uk or call 07846 209846,
3pm to 5.30pm  WELL YOUTH CLUB (Motivated Minds) supporting Teen health and wellbeing. For more information see www.motivated-minds.co.uk or call 07846 209846,
 
Saturday, 19th
9am to 10pm A visual autobiography in images, words and sounds..  A 40m Digital Frieze, Sculptures And A Movie.
 
Monday, 21st
10am to 12noon DEMENTIA CAFE  to provide support and information for people with dementia, their carers and families.  A member of staff from the Alzheimers Organisation will be attending.  Why not pop in and have a cup of tea and a chat.
7.30 to 8.45pm DULDZIN DRAGPA KADAMPA BUDDHISTS - THINKING AND MEDITATING  For more information ring 01992 571354.
 
Tuesday, 22nd
10am to 12 noon BASIS CLASSES (BLIND AND SIGHT IMPAIRED SOCIETY) Why not come along to a Drop in exercise class for people with impaired vision. Come have a chat and perhaps a cup of tea.  More information from 01268 711076.
 
Wednesday, 23rd
2pm to 4pm Workers’ Educational Association:  THE HISTORY OF BRITISH RAILWAYS  Tutor Lucy Rawlinson. (8 week course).  The advent of rail transport brought about the biggest change to lifestyle in Britain, bringing standardised time, holidays and the realisation of a different life over the next hill. It also brought financial despots and skulduggery. Pre-enrolment is available on line at enrolonline.wea.org.uk or phone 03003033464.
 
Thursday, 24th
9am and 10.30am PHONICS CLASS FOR KIDS AGED 1-4  Teaches preschool children letter sounds, enhancing speaking and listening skills.  For more information contact sally@soundsrightphonicsclasses.co.uk.
1.30pm to 3pm A CUP OF KINDNESS (Motivated Minds) for adults with mental health problems. For more information see www.motivated-minds.co.uk or call 07846 209846,
3pm to 5.30pm  WELL YOUTH CLUB (Motivated Minds) supporting Teen health and wellbeing. For more information see www.motivated-minds.co.uk or call 07846 209846,
 
Friday, 25th
9.30am to 12.30pm THE UNPACKAGED PANTRY Bring along your own containers from home to fill with our store-cupboard staples and handmade eco-friendly products. More information on Facebook at theunpackagedpantry@mail.com.
 
Saturday, 26th
9:30am to 4pm Workers’ Educational Association: GREAT BARDFIELD ARTISTS - The Essex Avant-Garde?  One day course. Tutor Dr. Rosanne Eckersley Open 9.30 for tea\coffee, course 10-3.45, close 4pm.  Tea breaks included am/pm.  Cost £20.00. Pre-enrolment is available online at enrolonline.wea.org.uk or phone 03003033464.
 
Tuesday, 29th
10am to 12 noon BASIS CLASSES (BLIND AND SIGHT IMPAIRED SOCIETY) Why not come along to a drop in exercise class for people with impaired vision. Come have a chat and perhaps a cup of tea.  More information from 01268 711076.
 
Wednesday, 30th
2pm to 4pm Workers’ Educational Association:  THE HISTORY OF BRITISH RAILWAYS  Tutor Lucy Rawlinson. (8 week course).  The advent of rail transport brought about the biggest change to lifestyle in Britain, bringing standardised time, holidays and the realisation of a different life over the next hill. It also brought financial despots and skulduggery. Pre-enrolment is available on line at enrolonline.wea.org.uk or phone 03003033464.
 
 

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