Today is January 23, 2018

From the Hazely Brick Earth: Agriculture in North-West Essex

Sat, January 27

Saffron Walden Museum

27 Jan - 29 July 2018. An exhibition exploring rural life and trades in north-west Essex from the past to the present. “Hazely Brick Earth” is an old Essex dialect term for the rich soil found in Essex. This soil has provided livelihoods for Essex people through agriculture and rural trades for centuries. This exhibition will explore how agriculture and rural trade has changed, or continued in its traditions, from the past to the present day, through photographs and objects from the museum’s social history collection. Please visit saffronwaldenmuseum.org.uk for more information.

Quiz Night

Fri, February 09 | Time: 7.30PM

Catholic Church Hall, Mill Lane, Great Dunmow, CM6 1BG

£8 to include a ploughman's supper, please bring your own drinks and glasses. Raffle, tables of 8, please contact Claire Reeve on 01371 873768 for further information. (7.30pm for a 7.45pm start).

Curry & Casino Night

Sat, February 17 | Time: 7PM

Bishop's Stortford Golf Club

Join us for a night of fun, food and funky music at our NEW Curry & Casino event! From 7pm we’ll be rolling the dice to raise money for charity. Come along for a curry, stay for the cracking casino and funky disco hosted by Evolution Disco. Carriages to collect at midnight. £25 per ticket, including a curry buffet, blackjack, roulette and disco for those of you ready to dance the night away. Tables of 10 are available so spread the word and support your local Air Ambulance! For more information and to buy tickets online, please visit ehaat.org/events/curry-casino/

From the Hazely Brick Earth: Agriculture in North-West Essex

Tue, February 27

Saffron Walden Museum

27 Jan - 29 July 2018. An exhibition exploring rural life and trades in north-west Essex from the past to the present. “Hazely Brick Earth” is an old Essex dialect term for the rich soil found in Essex. This soil has provided livelihoods for Essex people through agriculture and rural trades for centuries. This exhibition will explore how agriculture and rural trade has changed, or continued in its traditions, from the past to the present day, through photographs and objects from the museum’s social history collection. Please visit saffronwaldenmuseum.org.uk for more information.

From the Hazely Brick Earth: Agriculture in North-West Essex

Sat, March 31

Saffron Walden Museum

27 Jan - 29 July 2018. An exhibition exploring rural life and trades in north-west Essex from the past to the present. “Hazely Brick Earth” is an old Essex dialect term for the rich soil found in Essex. This soil has provided livelihoods for Essex people through agriculture and rural trades for centuries. This exhibition will explore how agriculture and rural trade has changed, or continued in its traditions, from the past to the present day, through photographs and objects from the museum’s social history collection. Please visit saffronwaldenmuseum.org.uk for more information.

From the Hazely Brick Earth: Agriculture in North-West Essex

Mon, April 30

Saffron Walden Museum

27 Jan - 29 July 2018. An exhibition exploring rural life and trades in north-west Essex from the past to the present. “Hazely Brick Earth” is an old Essex dialect term for the rich soil found in Essex. This soil has provided livelihoods for Essex people through agriculture and rural trades for centuries. This exhibition will explore how agriculture and rural trade has changed, or continued in its traditions, from the past to the present day, through photographs and objects from the museum’s social history collection. Please visit saffronwaldenmuseum.org.uk for more information.

From the Hazely Brick Earth: Agriculture in North-West Essex

Thu, May 31

Saffron Walden Museum

27 Jan - 29 July 2018. An exhibition exploring rural life and trades in north-west Essex from the past to the present. “Hazely Brick Earth” is an old Essex dialect term for the rich soil found in Essex. This soil has provided livelihoods for Essex people through agriculture and rural trades for centuries. This exhibition will explore how agriculture and rural trade has changed, or continued in its traditions, from the past to the present day, through photographs and objects from the museum’s social history collection. Please visit saffronwaldenmuseum.org.uk for more information.

From the Hazely Brick Earth: Agriculture in North-West Essex

Sat, June 30

Saffron Walden Museum

27 Jan - 29 July 2018. An exhibition exploring rural life and trades in north-west Essex from the past to the present. “Hazely Brick Earth” is an old Essex dialect term for the rich soil found in Essex. This soil has provided livelihoods for Essex people through agriculture and rural trades for centuries. This exhibition will explore how agriculture and rural trade has changed, or continued in its traditions, from the past to the present day, through photographs and objects from the museum’s social history collection. Please visit saffronwaldenmuseum.org.uk for more information.