The November edition of Village View, written by Ruth Bull, is available to read. Please click on the link below:
The minutes are now available to read from the AGM held on the 23rd September this year, please click on the link to read:
The Minutes are now available from the Bradwell Centre Committee Open Meeting held at the Centre on the 12th August 2023. Please click on the link below to read:
Many folks travelling to Othona by public transport will be familiar with the DaRT 4 bus service from Southminster train station. There is currently a consultation by Essex County Council on whether to withdraw or reduce this service. This would greatly impact all those who travel here by public transport as the DaRT 4 service is a vital link between Southminster train station and the Othona Community. It is also a very important service for those living in the local area who rely on public transport, including all our volunteers who don't drive. Please can you support us to try and keep this service going. Can you fill in the online survey by following the link below?
The September Village View is now available to read, this and most other editions were written by community member Ruth Bull. Please click on the link to view:
Previous editions are available via this link:
The Othona Community AGM, which includes both centres in Essex and Dorset, will take place on Zoom:
10.30-12.30 Saturday 23rd September
Papers will be circulated by email by 9th September
Written questions to Trustees to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. A link to the Zoom will be made available nearer the time.
We've begun a project to renew our websites and we're looking to refresh all of Othona's online presence. This means more people with interest and skills getting involved - not just staff members at the two Othona centres. Whether as part of the Website Development Working Group (even as project leader), or in other ongoing roles around social media and marketing, photo and video curating, or Google Workspace admin.
This one hour video presentation (passcode: r#YR316! to access), with Q&A, was recorded on Saturday 12th August. Do have a look if you're interested.
After viewing it, if you have questions or have time and skills to offer,... Read More
Calling all members, visitors, guests, volunteers and staff of Othona – please would you spare a few minutes to complete this short questionnaire? It’s about belonging and membership of The Othona Community. You may be a life-long member or may not even know that a membership scheme exists. Your answers will help us understand what membership and belonging means for everyone and inform the most helpful way of improving our mission and community together.
Your responses may be anonymous, or you can choose to leave your and contact details.
The survey will close on Sunday 3rd September 2023, and the findings and results will form the basis of a report to the Othona AGM later that month.
Many Many Thanks!
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The Minutes from the last BCC meeting held virtually in June, are available to view:
Also the latest edition of Village view, written by Ruth Bull, is available:
The latest edition of the Othona article in Village View, written by Ruth Bull, is available to read by clicking on the link below:
You can read any of the previous articles by visiting our website: