Archive for River Crouch Fest

Walking on Water

Walking on Water

    Join us as we celebrate the River Crouch

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Throw away your mobile phones!

Throw away your mobile phones!

  “Throw away your mobile phones! Children have found a whole new way to communicate! Working with artists Helen Morse Palmer and Stuart Bowditch, pupils from Ashingdon Primary Academy and Cold Norton Primary have been exploring ways of sending encoded messages to each other across…

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Ribbon links Bradwell with Canewdon

Ribbon links Bradwell with Canewdon

Children from St Cedd’s Primary School in Bradwell on Sea and Canewdon Primary School in Canewdon are working with artists Josephine Melville and Chris Matthews as part of the River Crouch Celebrations Starting from two local landmarks, St Peter on the Wall at Bradwell and…

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Burnham: River Crossing Puzzle

Burnham: River Crossing Puzzle

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More Flag Painting Workshops for River Crouch Festival!

More Flag Painting Workshops for River Crouch Festival!

  Flag painting workshops for the River Crouch Celebrations are continuing this week, so come along and get involved. The workshop will take place from Tuesday 19 May to Thursday 21 May, midday to 8pm at Restaurant @ the Brandy Hole, Pooles Ln, Hullbridge, Essex SS5 6QB. We’d love to see…

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River Crouch Festival – Come and Paint the Flags!

River Crouch Festival – Come and Paint the Flags!

Get involved with the River Crouch Celebrations and come along to one of two workshops to help paint the 8 large-scale silk flags that will be used in the festival. Each of the eight flags feature places and characteristics of the local area, so come…

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River Crouch Flag Painting Workshops – GET INVOLVED!

River Crouch Flag Painting Workshops – GET INVOLVED!

  We gearing up for the River Crouch Celebrations this summer, with a series of art and design workshops with the local community in Rochford, where we’ll be creating 8 large-scale silk flags which will represent the towns and villages of the area. The flags will feature places and…

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