We are offering free places for children for four of our summer family weeks. Starting from the 29th July until the 24th August and including; The Othona Muppet show, The language of Eden, Fascinating Food and Music week. Places are still available for all weeks so please book soon for a great family week.
We are having a community BBQ on Saturday 20th July from 5.30pm onwards. If you would like to come please email the office (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call us on 01621 776564. All are welcome, the cost for adults is £6 and children £3.
We are offering free spaces to children for the Othona Muppet Show ( 29th July- 3rd August). This will be a great week for families to come along and learn how to make puppets from scratch finishing with a show at the end of the week featuring all the wonderful creations. The week is led by Charlotte Randall who has a wealth of experience in textiles, art and design. All accompanied children up to 16 and those 16-18 and in full-time education will be free. To book please go to:
The June edition of our Bradwell Newsletter is now available.
We had a visit this week from the Faith Minister, Lord Bourne, who is currently on his national Faith tour. Please see the press release on this visit isssued from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government:
We are sad to announce the death of Henry Savill, who for many years was a trustee of the Community. It was through meeting Henry in 1961 as a new member of his congregation at Navestock that Norman Motley discovered that East hall Farm was up for sale and which set in motion the purchase of the farm. Henry and his wife Gillian were soon visiting the Community at Bradwell and in due course the whole family became involved, first Hugh and then his brothers.
Because of his... Read More
The minutes are now available from the BCC Resources Sub-group meeting held here at Bradwell on Saturday 16th March 2019. Please take a look.
Back to the Future at Bradwell: new life for the Old Field Hut.
Help! By volunteering and donating you will save the crumbling wooden hut in the
Lower Field and create an accessible Education/Residential Centre. Want to know
more then take a look at the latest report from the buildings subgroup:
In September 2018 we hosted Survivors Together, a group for female survivors of sexual abuse (www.survivorstogether.co.uk). This group is run by Yvonne Fletcher with the aim of providing a safe space for women survivors to socialise and try out new activities. The group celebrated its ten anniversary last year. The women really appreciated coming to spend some relaxing time together at Othona and there was a feature in their 2018 general review on what coming to Othona means to them. Last year was their third visit to Othona and we were again able to provide some financial support to enable all of the group to come here. They will be returning again this September for a few days and hopefully the group will find this an equally relaxing... Read More
We were privileged to be visited on January 30th 2019 by the Chairman of Maldon District Council (MDC), Cllr Henry Bass and Communications Officer, Chris Voisey. Cllr Bass came to Othona to find out more about the Community and what happens here as part of a wider plan to visit various businesses, organisations and local community groups in the Maldon district to show support and promote the district as a great place to live, work and enjoy. They were able to hear from our Warden, Tim about the history of the Community and had a tour of the site. Cllr Bass was very impressed by the work going on here and our varied programme and we are hoping to work more closely with MDC in future to promote Othona to the wider community. Please read the report from Chris which will shortly be... Read More