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Last updated   21/7/14   11:34   by   Webmaster: Sharon Davies

NEWS & EVENTS DIARY

From time to time we will be holding or taking part in special events and details will

 appear here so make sure you note them in your diary.

20th July 2014 to 10th August 2014 - Rayleigh in WW1 Exhibition

We will be holding an exhibition on the 2nd floor of Rayleigh Windmill from 20th July to 10th August 2014 on the subject of Rayleigh in WW1. Windmill opening times are Wednesdays 10am to 1pm and Saturdays & Sundays 1pm to 4pm (closed Saturday 2nd August  & Saturday 9th August for weddings). There will be 2 additional opening days during this period and they  are Monday 4th & Tuesday 5th August - both 10am to 1pm.


13th August 2014 to 25th August 2014 - Rayleigh Heritage Exhibition

We will be holding an exhibition in the Rayleigh Town Council Chamber, The Pavilion, King George’s Playing Field (back of Webster’s Way car park)  from 13th August to 25th August 2014. Open daily from 10am to 3pm (4pm at weekends & on Bank Holiday Monday).


7th September 2014 - Heritage Event at the Essex Fire Museum, Grays

We will be taking part in a heritage event at the Essex Fire Museum, Grays Fire Station, Hogg Lane, Grays, RM17 5QS. The fire station will be celebrating 60 years since opening. Full details to follow.


13th September 2014 - Rayleigh Heritage Exhibition

We will holding a Rayleigh heritage exhibition in the WI Hall, Bellingham Lane on Saturday 13th September from 10am to 4pm as part of the Arts Festival. The Rochford & District Communities Archive will also be in the WI Hall with us.


2nd November 2014 - WW1 Commemoration

We will be taking part in a special WW1 commemoration event with Holy Trinity Church. Full details to follow.


22nd November 2014 - Methodist Church 80th Anniversary

We will be displaying a photographic exhibition in the morning in the Methodist Church for the 80th anniversary.