Information, News and Reports about Springfield Parish Centre

  

 NOTE: Details about all forthcoming Parish Centre events can be found on this web site under the heading Forthcoming Events

 

 

CHAPLIN'S - ALADDIN - THE CHILDREN'S PANTOMIME - 29TH DECEMBER 2017

 

 

 

Following the success of last years panto,

Dick Whittington, Springfield Parish Council

will be holding another this year

on Friday 29th December 2017

at the Springfield Parish Centre.

 

Doors open 1.30pm.

 

For further information and/or to book call 01245 464583.

 

 

 SPRINGFIELD PARISH COMMUNITY GARDEN

 

 

 

 

Pat Ackrell, our garden volunteer, was recently recognised for

all her hard work at the Mayor of Chelmford's Community Award

Ceremony.

 

Pat was presented with a certificate and plant - thanks to her

our garden is looking wonderful.

CHAPLIN'S - DICK WHITTINGTON - THE CHILDREN'S PANTOMIME - 30TH DECEMBER 2016

Pantomime 30th December 2016

 

On Friday 30th December 2016 Chaplin's performed

the pantomime Dick Whittingdon at the Springfield

Parish Centre.

 

A packed hall were entertained and there was plenty of

cheering, hissing and booing taking place during the two

hours of entertainment.

 

This is the third successful year of the parish panotmime.

 

Many thanks to everyone that came along and supported our event.

It is apprciated and makes it all worthwhile.

 

THE GARDEN PROJECT MAY 2016

 

Garden Project May 16

 

 

 

Our volunteers continue to work on the

piece of land within the grounds of

Springfield Parish Centre.

 

 

 

CHAPLIN'S - JACK AND THE BEANSTALK - 12 DECEMBER 2015 

Jack & Beanstalk Panto[1] - December 2015  

 

 

 

On Saturday 12th December 2015 

Chaplin's performed the pantomime

Jack and the Beanstalk at the

Springfield Parish Centre.  

 

Everyone throughly enjoyed the performance

and the show was a great success.

 

 

 

Jack & Beanstalk[2] - December 2015

 

Springfield's Got Talent Show - 21st March 2015

The Youth Council's most recent endeavour has been the ‘Springfield’s Got Talent Show’ in March.

Attended by Councillor Sandra Pontin, the Deputy Mayor of Chelmsford the evening was another

success and enjoyed by everyone.

Talent Show

 

CHAPLIN'S CINDERELLA PANTOMIME - 10th January 2015

(thanks to Springfield Parish Youth Council for providing the photographs)

 Panto 10Jan15 [4]

 

On Saturday 10th January Chaplin's performed

the pantomime

Cinderella in the Bowers Hall. 

 

Everyone throughly enjoyed the performance and

the show was a great success. 

Panto 10Jan15 [2]
Panto 10Jan15 [3] Panto 10Jan15 [5] Panto 10Jan15 [6]
Panto - 10Jan15 [1]

 

Many thanks to the

Havengore Co-Op

who donated a hamper

for the prize draw. 

 

CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY - 13th December 2014

 

More congratulations to our Youth Council for organising another amazing christmas party at the Parish Centre. 

Even Father Christmas popped in to see the children!  He stayed and had a dance with them before rushing off

to continue his busy schedule organising his Christmas day deliveries.

 

SYC Xmas 2014 1 SYC Xmas Party 2014 3 SYC Xmas Party 2014 2


CHELMSFORD SUGAR CRAFT GUILD 

Santas for Xmas - Dec14

 

On Monday 8th December 2014 our Boleyn Room

was taken over by a hoard of chocolate Santas

beautifully decorated by members of the

Chelmsford Sugar Craft Guild.

 

What a picture! 

They all looked too good to eat!

Well done!

  

SPRINGERS AMATEUR OPERATIC AND DRAMATIC SOCIETY

 

Springer AODS  held a concert between

4th - 6th December 2014 in the Bowers

Hall titled 'I Love Musicals'. 

Ray Caruana was the special guest and

the cast performed songs from all the hit

west end shows.

Springers Show - Dec14

 

SPRINGFIELD LIBRARY - November 2014

 

It is now a year since we opened the Parish Centre exensions and library.  It has proved very popular with residents. 

The library is open 36 hours each week and is staffed by 20 enthusiastic volunteers. 

Over 40,000 people have visited it and taken out over 200,000 items.  Visit's since January 2014 are 27,669 and 39,667 loans. 

This summer we hosted the Mythical Maze Summer Reading challenge project in the branch library which saw 526 children

enjoy a summer of reading.  The event was a great success with attendee figures being up 109 on last year's numbers of 417.