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4 Nov, 16
Mozart Requiem Concert at St Mary's Church, Maldon: St Mary's choir is performing…


25th June 2016: Armed Forces Day at Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome.


Armed Forces Day

Despite the rain, a flypast by a Spitfire and WW1 aircraft took place with the raising of the Armed Forces flag in a short ceremony at the memorial in the airfield.

Armed Forces Day


22nd June 2016: Wentworth Primary School - Production of ‘Oliver’.


The Mayor and Mayoress were entertained by a supurb production of Oliver last week. It was fantastic and clearly some of the participants were having the time of their lives which made it so much more enjoyable for us the audience.

Mrs Tinsley and Mrs Eaves must be rightfully proud of galvanising the year 6 into such a team of thespians, I congratulate them as indeed all who were involved.


21st June 2016: The White Horse Official Reopening…


Reopening of the White Horse

I attended the official opening last night and the 'Horse' is looking really good, cracking beers, excellent food and the landlady Jane is the perfect welcoming host.

Local dignitaries and residents including Maldon Mayor Cllr Richard Miller were invited to the launch celebration, with the first pint pulled by Chris Harvey, chairman of the Maldon and Dengie branch of CAMRA.



17th June 2016: Care Homes Participate in Maldon in Bloom.


Care Homes take part in Maldon in Bloom

Mayor Richard Miller and Past Mayor John Almond recently acted as judges for a new category in Maldon in Blood – Care Homes Gardens. Gardens are highly valued by residents and many take part in maintaining them.


16th June 2016: Sub Zero


SubZero

The Best of Essex’ event at Sub Zero & Wolf, Heybridge was attended by the Mayoress Hilary Miller and Deputy Mayor Jeanette Stilts. The event was a showcase for local food and high quality kitchen appliances. A special addition was the presence of some vintage sports cars from JD Classics …



12th June 2016: St Mary's Church Celebration


On Sunday 12th June, a sunny afternoon celebrations took place at St Mary’s Church for the 90th birthday of HM The queen. Members and guests of the Town Council together with members of Churches together in Maldon enjoyed a English Afternoon Tea, followed by a service with the St Mary’s choir after which a cake was cut and the loyal toast.


Re-dedication of the All Saints Church Bells


A packed All Saints church witnessed a very special occasion with the re-dedication of the bells last Sunday after refurbishment supported by a wide range of local organizations including Past Mayor Mark Heard. The Bishop of Chelmsford Rev Stephen Carter spoke of the importance to Maldon of the bells which rang out during a pleasant tea and chat after the service which was attended by six Maldon Town Mayors – present and past.


Blackwater Country Show 2016


Blackwater Country Show

Fantastic weather attracted large numbers to the Blackwater show last Sunday.

Blackwater Country Show

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