Welcome to the 1st Hatfield Peverel Scout Group. We are based in Hatfield Peverel in Essex. Our Group was established in 1910 and has been providing local children with everyday adventures ever since!
Chelmer Football Programmes was established in 1982 originally dealing in football programmes some of which date back to the 1930s. Since the company was first established we have seen the trade move from Fayres virtually every weekend, through the heyday of the paper catalogue, to the present day where most customers prefer to use the internet. Today the business centres around football programmes alongside other types of memorabilia such as tickets, trade cards and books as well as items from other sports.
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Elizabeth Sayers is a textile artist based in West Dorset. Her inspiration is landscape; woodland and waterside, hills and fields, sea and sky. Her textile wall hangings are made using a long meditative process of hand dyeing silks and other fabrics. These are layered and then quilted and machine and hand stitched.
Environ Music promotes creative musical initiatives in the community with a regular lunchtime recital series at the Cramphorn Theatre in Chelmsford. in addition Environ Music runs a successful music education, skill sharing, evening class and is involved with other arts based projects in the community.
Hatfield Peverel Infant School is a Community Infant School for boys and girls aged four to seven. The majority of children attending the school live in the village although the school does have lots of children attending from surrounding villages and the outskirts of Witham and beyond.
The Scout and Guide headquarters, also known locally as the Scout Hut, is home to the 1st Hatfield Peverel Scout Group and the Hatfield Peverel Girl Guides. The hall is used Monday to Friday evenings for our own section meetings, but it is available during the day during the week and most weekends for hire.
Jeffery Wilson is perhaps best known as a composer. He studied at the Royal College of Music, Cambridge and Paris. His performances and recordings range from pop and jazz to classical and contemporary and he performs regularly with ‘Saxology’ and his own band ‘The Reduced History of Jazz’. Jeffery is coordinator and a Professor of Composition at Junior Guildhall and Professor of saxophone at the Royal Military School of Music where he offers jazz and improvisation workshops. He is an adviser and examiner for Trinity College London.
Kavanagh's Catering is an independent catering company with over 10 years experience in private and corporate catering. The emphasis is on using as much local produce and home grown seasonal fruit and vegetables for excellent flavour wherever possible. Catering for all events, Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthday Parties, Dinner parties, Christenings or Funerals Kavanagh's Catering covers a large area of Essex, Suffolk and East London.
Maeldune Bespoke is a small business, based near Maldon in Essex, with over 30 years experience in the joinery trade and having considerable knowledge in dealing with listed buildings and properties within conservation areas. A new venture for the business in 2016 is the manufacture of traditional shepherd’s huts which make a useful addition as an extra room, be it an office, bedroom, garden room, artist studio, bed and breakfast facility – the list is endless!
ReadySteadyMove provides movement/exercise classes which have been specifically designed for people with Parkinsons. The emphasis is for all participants to have fun, whilst improving their general mobility and wellbeing. Many of the activities can be done seated or in a wheelchair and the participation of partners and carers is actively encouraged. Classes are usually for one hour featuring a mixture of balance, coordination, stretching and movement, all done to a broad selection of music.
Saxology has swiftly established a place among the country’s foremost saxophone quartets thanks to its rich and diverse blend of repertoire, flawless technique and imaginative musicianship. This exciting quartet offers a variety of repertoire matched by few other chamber groups revealing the saxophone’s remarkable versatility and expressive range.
Trio Volant was formed in 2010 whilst all the members were studying at the Royal Northern College of Music. The members are Tom Evans (clarinet), Bea Hubble (oboe) and Richard Beards (bassoon). The Trio regularly give formal recitals and lunchtime concerts in and around Manchester and the North West as well as further afield from Wales to Essex! They particularly enjoy the opportunity to perform the lesser known reed trio chamber music repertoire.
The official website of Witham Baptist Church. A friendly welcome to everyone at our Sunday Services held at the Royal British Legion Hall, Newland Street, Witham, CM8 2AZ