Please click on the link below to read the minutes from the recent Bradwell Centre Committee Strategy Meeting held on the 23rd October.
The minutes are now available from the AGM this September, please click on the link below to read:
As many of you know, John died on 11th April 21 aged 86, having been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour in January. He died peacefully in his sleep in our Spanish home as he wished, and he now lies at peace in the village cemetery in Sedella.
Othona played a huge part in his life from his first visit aged 18 in 1953, when he was taken to the camp by Harold Johnson. He met his first wife Sylvia at Othona Bradwell, and he took their growing family of Janet, Peter, Malcolm and... Read More
The Othona Community is looking for Trustees/Directors linked to the Centre in Essex, to act as both Trustees to the Othona Trust and the Directors of the Othona Community Company.
Time commitment: 2 trustee weekends / year. Zoom: AGM + 4 evening meetings. One Committee day at Bradwell, plus 3 Zoom or onsite. Line Manager: monthly + guidance
If you are interested and would like to find out more please take a look at the details in the link below:
Residential Community Manager Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex
Othona is an open Christian community, welcoming people of all faiths & none, offering varied residential community & retreat opportunities to individuals, families & groups. In community we explore the relationship between faith and life and encourage one another in caring for the world and its people.
We are seeking a full-time resourceful and practical resident Manager to lead and manage the Bradwell Centre - someone with a friendly, flexible approach, and a commitment to supporting and enabling community life by upholding the ongoing vision of Othona with its inclusive Christian ethos.
The ability to relate to and welcome our visitors and to maintain a healthy community life for... Read More
Please follow the link below to read the minutes from the last BCC Meeting on the 15th September:
Here is the latest article for the Village View magazine from Ruth Bull:
If you want to find out more about the birdlife around Othona then please take a look at this blog post written by David Martin. He and his family, Marie, Sita and Durga, were here volunteering at Othona for this summer and he managed to spend some of his time here observing the wonderful variety of birds around here. It is well worth a read:
Article just out in the Maldon and Burham Standard about Angenita's fundraising swim last Saturday- 'Fundraiser has got the wind in her sails again after 20-year gap'