Join us on Sunday 18 September for a day of free events celebrating local heritage at Hadleigh Old Fire Station Studios.
Community Harvest Festival
When: Sunday 18 September 2022, 10.30 – 11.20am
Where: Parade Yard (outdoors). In the case of inclement weather the Harvest Festival will take place indoors at the SA Temple
Everybody is welcome. The Salvation Army leads the Hadleigh Community Harvest Festival Church Service. Traditional fruit and vegetable display. Brass band, hymn singing, thanksgiving and blessing of harvest followed by refreshments.
Your gifts of tinned food, pasta, pulses and vegetables are welcome. All food donations from the Harvest Festival will support the SA Castle Point Food Bank.
Cunning Murrell’s Community Day and Scarecrow Festival
When: Sunday 18 September 2022, 11.30am – 4pm
Where: HOFS Appliance Hall
Expect local history, refreshments, books, gifts, bric-a-brac, art exhibition, scarecrows, local produce, woodturning, tractor.
Event presented by The Hadleigh & Thundersley Community Archive in partnership with ACAVA
Cunning Murrell’s Scarecrows – Judgement & Award Ceremony
When: Sunday 18 September 2022, 12 noon
Where: Appliance Hall or Parade Yard (outdoors) weather permitting
The culmination of the free-to-enter open-to-all challenge to build a scarecrow.
Performance by Southend Band
When: Sunday 18 September 2022, 2.45pm
Where: Parade Yard (outdoors)
These events are part of Hadleigh Community Events Weekend, including an illustrated history talk and the official unveiling of Castle Point’s first History Plaque, celebrating James ‘Cunning’ Murrell
Follow this link for more details: www.hadleighhistory.org.uk