Wonderful day on the Hythe with the Sea Change Sailing Trust members, Trustees, members from MDC, Maldon Sea Cadets and well wishers celebrating to Blue Mermaid Sailing Barge coming to its' home port.
Fantastic Cabbies Day again in Maldon last Wednesday, brilliant weather and masses of smiling faces on the faces of our guests from the London Boroughs.
175 certificates recognising the efforts and achievements of students from across the local area were made at Anglia Ruskin University on Monday 4th July. Dressed in gowns and mortar boards each young person had a photograph taken and was presented with a certificate from the principal guests The Provost of Anglia Ruskin Professor David Humber or Cllr Richard Miller, Mayor of Maldon.
The Mayor was amongst the audience for a production of My Pet Monster and I, performed by Blunderbus Children’s theatre at the Methodist Church on Sunday as part of Maldon Festival of Arts. It was hugely funny for adults and children alike.
An expectant audience witnessed the pupils of Maldon Court Preparatory School give a spectacular performance of ‘Joseph’ at the Plume School on the 2nd July, The Mayor, Cllr Richard Miller said “it was fantastic to see the participants putting so much energy into enthusiasm into every scene”.
The Maldon in Bloom Presentation Evening was held on Tuesday 28th June at the Town hall and was attended by over 80 residents and school children.
The Town Mayor, Councillor Richard Miller presented certificates and prizes to the winners of the various categories and to those that were given a special award by the judges for their ‘River Blackwater’ themed gardens.
Attended a superb rendition of Baroque period music performed by acclaimed baroque flutist Rachel Brown and baroque violinist Adrian Butterfield as part of the Maldon Festival. Composers featured were Johann Quantz, GeorgTellemann, JS Bach and Carl PE Bach. photo attached.
The sun shone on the day Maldon was judged for the Anglia in Bloom competition. Pictured are the Judges being welcomed by members of the Maldon in Bloom team and the MDC gardeners who have done the town proud (pictured).