Education to members and the general public through monthly talks given by high calibre speakers on archaeological and historical subjects. Field trips and visits to archaeological sites and places of historical importance during the summer months. We also undertake archaeological and historical research, the results of which are published in our Transactions.
A Council for Voluntary Service (CVS), providing support and representation to voluntary and community groups serving the Southend-on-Sea area.
Southend and District Pensioners Campaign is a membership organisation with close ties to the National Pensioners Convention and Age UK. It is dedicated to campaigning on local and national issues. Monthly meetings are held with a guest speaker and discussions.
We are the local group of the Essex Wildlife Trust for the Southend and Rochford area.
The one and only ClubSX status Fencing Classes.
An assembly of like minded people in Southend.
Southend Talking Newspaper provides a weekly audio recording of local news for people who are visually impaired or blind
Satyananda yoga for all levels. Satyananda Yoga and British wheel of Yoga accredited teacher.
The Society takes an active interest in local affairs relating to natural history. It aims to further the study and conservation of the flora and fauna, particularly in South Essex, and to create an awareness of the importance of local wildlife.
South Fambridge is a village in Rochford District with an eventful history from Roman, Saxon, Danish, Norman, mediaeval and modern times, including early aviation.
Our committee manages events in South Hanningfield hall and organise the annual Village Show.
Southminster Parish Council serving Southminster in South East Essex
The Church of England providing a Christian presence in the villages of Abbess Roding, Beauchamp Roding, Leaden Roding and White Roding.
A major arts, crafts, music and drama festival to be held in 15 beautiful churches on the Essex side of the River Stour throughout October 2019, celebrating the diversity of local talent in the arts, crafts, music and drama fields in our 15 communities and to encourage more visitors to explore this beautiful countryside and its iconic churches.
This parish council is in its embryonic stage
Formed in 1978 with the aim of promoting an interest in all aspects of local history the society has a monthly meeting with invited speaker, organises exhibtions of local history interest and supported 'South Woodham Ferrers - A Pictorial History' published by Phillimore. Talks about the town's history are given to clubs, societies and schools.
Local Council for the Town of South Woodham Ferrers. Please see www.southwoodhamferrerstc.gov.uk
We are a non profit making yacht club, affiliated to the RYA and offering boating facilities on the river crouch.
Volunteer groups operating in the South Woodham Ferrers area
Fun Spanish classes for 3 to 11 year olds, following the famous La Jolie Ronde methodology. Children learn in small groups through songs, stories, games and role-play. Experienced native Spanish teacher. CRB checked and fully insured. Saturday morning classes (term time only) Braintree area
Parish Council for Springfield, Chelmer Village, Beaulieu Park and Chancellor Park
The Youth Council is made up of young people between the ages of 12 and 18, who live within the parish. It is there to represent the views of young people in the parish and contributes towards the planning of future events at the Parish Centre.
springfield parish youth council is part of springfield parish council and are here to represent the views of young people in the area and organise new and exciting things
Stambridge Memorial Hall is a community Centre engages and supports the local community with activities to encourage integration of all age groups. The centre play a vital role within the community enabling them to come together and feel they belong to the community.
A Community website for the people of Stambridge
Stambridge Parish Council is a Statutory elected body of 7 Councillors who represent the people of Great Stambridge
Our centres of population are Stanford Rivers and Toot Hill, all within a very rural part of Essex. The Council meets every two months at the Toot Hill village Hall, normally at 1950 on the 2nd Thursday of "odd" months. All are welcome.
Stansted Mountfitchet Parish Council.
Serving the residents of Stanway for over 100 years
Pre-school providing high quality care and education to children from 21/2 years old.
The Association exists to promote and safeguard the interests of residents of Stanway.
Stapleford Tawney Parish Council. A historic rural parish in the Epping Forest District area mentioned in the Domesday Book.
A web-site for the people of Staple Tye
Church (C of E) Holland on Sea
Outdoor bowls club with club house, providing flat green bowling from April to September each year. Club nights are Tuesday's and Thursday's 6:30pm on, plus weekend friendly matches on Saturday's and Sunday's in the afternoon. Men's league Wednesday evenings. Everyone welcome to come along on Thursday evenings to try their luck and join in the fun. Training can be provided.
Steeple Bumpstead Village Plan Steering Group
Steeple Parish Council comprises of 5 councillors who serve this small rural community on the Dengie Peninsula. The Council meet every 4th Wednesday of the month at Steeple Village Hall. The Council do not meet in August and meet on the 3rd Wednesday of December.
St. Gabriel's C. of E. Church Pitsea
A fun arts & craft session for toddlers.
Parish Council
A fun environment for 10-18yr youths. Learning all the vital life skills. They will also learn safety, respect and discipline.
St John's Parent and Toddler Group, Mountnessing, Brentwood, Essex. A friendly and informal group for people with children under 5 years old.
The Association exists to promote and safeguard the interests of the residents of St John's estate, Colchester
Cornish Hall End is a small rural north Essex parish near the picturesque village of Finchingfield. We try to provide community support as well as spiritual. Annually we organise the charity Shoebox Appeal within the benefice and have held exhibitions, concerts and coffee mornings.
C Of E Church with regular services, part of the Benefice that includes Clavering, Arkesden, Wicken, with Manuden and Berden joining in October
St Lawrence Fairway Committee manages moorings for St Lawrence Parish Council. Fairweather deep water moorings available for boats of up to approximately 30 feet Accessible at all states of tide via 1 of 4 access places (conditions apply) - 2 local clubs, caravan site, public ramp.
This website is no longer in use please use the other St Lawrence website shown in the Essexinfo.net A-Z Directory
St Lawrence Parish Council serves the rural community situated on the south bank of the River Blackwater
Saint Leonard's is the Parish church of Southminster. 'Minster' was an Anglo-Saxon word, meaning a centre of Christian faith - even before churches were built. The church building, some of which dates from the 12th Century, stands as a place of worship in the middle of the village, for the local and the wider community.