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WHAT’S ON IN HADLEIGH & nearby

Last updated Sun 7 Jun 2020

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NOTE: OWING TO THE CONTINUING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, MOST FUTURE EVENTS HAVE BEEN REMOVED. IF YOU KNOW OF ANY VIRTUAL EVENTS TAKING PLACE THEN PLEASE LET ME KNOW.

JUN 2020

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FACEBOOK FUNDRAISING RAFFLE FOR BENFLEET COMMUNITY HELPERS

Raising funds for Benfleet Community Helpers who are providing massive community support in Benfleet, Hadleigh and Thundersley with food deliveries and more.

See: https://www.facebook.com/groups/932839917168832

Sat 13 Jun 2020
ST JAMES THE LESS BEAT ‘N’ BEANS CAFÉ WITH PETE DUNHILL AND MIKE BLANT

Start at 11.00m.

To be live streamed on Facebook here.

Sun 14 Jun 2020
LOCAL SUNDAY SERVICES

St James the Less & St Barnabas Churches – Rev. Ruth Cartwright is broadcasting live Sunday services on Zoom at 10.00am – see here.

Hadleigh Methodist Church - Pastor Steve Mayo is broadcasting Sunday services on YouTube at 11.00am – see here.

Salvation Army Hadleigh Temple – Services are being streamed on YouTube – see Facebook page. 

Wed 17 Jun 2020
ROYAL ALBERT HOME: LUCY DACUS

Singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus will deliver an exclusive set from her home as part of the Royal Albert Home sessions. Following the release of her widely-acclaimed sophomore album Historian, and the collaborative boygenius EP with Julien Baker and Phoebe Bridgers, Dacus spent the past year rolling out a festive mix of original and cover songs tied to various holidays, including Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Bruce Springsteen’s Birthday, Halloween and Christmas.

Starts at 8.30pm.

Free broadcast on YouTube. See:
https://www.ents24.com/online-events/online-streaming-events/royal-albert-home-lucy-dacus/6081048

 

 

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The HELIX website was launched in March 2006 and until October 2011 was hosted on a free platform known as Beehive, provided by the owners of the Echo newspaper. If you’d like to see what the site looked like in October 2011, when the Beehive platform was withdrawn, then click here. After the Beehive platform was withdrawn, the site was hosted for eighteen months on Dropbox but from April 2013 it has been hosted in the conventional way (currently with Tsohost). If I had the time, I would create an updated version of the old site but involvement in other projects, such as the Hadleigh & Thundersley Community Archive, currently precludes that happening.

 

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