Picturehouse Cinemas have partnered with Visit Essex to bring their new venture 'The Incredible Moving Picturehouse' to some iconic locations across the county, including Stow Maries Aerodrome, Maldon Promenade Park, Hedingham Castle and Cressing Temple Barns.
The Travelling Cinema is a unique offer in England and Wales and will show great films in their 100 seater cinema truck!
Film screenings at Maldon's Promenade Park will take place on Sunday 09 and Monday 10 August and will commence after a short 10 minutes archive video. The schedule is as follows:
Eight new Beach Huts are now available to hire in Maldon's popular Promenade Park.
Situated next to the Splash Park and Galleon play area in 'The Valley', the Beach Huts are ideal for families and friends who want a base for the day whilst exploring everything the prom has to offer.
The Beach Huts, which can be hired on a daily basis from 10.30am to 9.00pm (or 30 minutes before dusk) include a plug socket, lighting, a cupboard and two chairs.
Originally an acoustic trio, Hunter Muskett had two, now collectable albums in the 70's and were one of the better British folk rock rarities of the classic '70's folk rock era.
Chris George, Terry Hiscock and Doug Morter formed HUNTER MUSKETT in 1969 whilst still at college. Within a year they were signed by Decca producer Kim Margoli and booked into the company's West Hampstead studios alongside bassist Danny Thompson. Arranger Richard Hewson was commissioned to write orchestral parts for a number of the songs.
As Town Mayor I was very sorry to see the District Council's trial of a High Street Market in Maldon fail recently following the unexpected decision of the market organizer to pull out; I understand that the requirement to remove Market Traders vehicles proved to be too much to ask of them following a range of other issues and complaints.
As a District Councillor myself, I confess that I had envisaged a more up-beat Farmers style market but as the tender didn't attract any other takers, unfortunately, that's what we were left with.