Chelmsford Amateur Boxing Club donated £1000 to The Js Hospice, Chelmsford after a fundraising dinner event. Boxing Club Treasurer Johnny Mouser presented Lynn Horne, The J's Hospice Ambassador with a cheque for the sum of £1000 at a cheque presentation event that was also attened by boxing club members and other charity representatives. The club raised the money at their last Charity Dinner Boxing Show that was held at Chelmsford City Football Club.
BASILDON’S army cadets shared their knowledge and experiences when they held an open day to the public. The cadet detachment, based at the cadet centre, in Cherrydown, Basildon, opened their doors to let visitors see what kind of activities they get up to and what they have learnt. There was an interactive workshop from the Corp of Drums allowing guests to try their hand at playing a drum. In one of the classrooms, there was a first aid demonstration of how to dress and strap injuries.
Several hundred visitors flocked to Wickford high street to watch the procession parade through the town. Everyone clearly enjoyed watching the colourful procession and entertainment acts at the event. The procession began at Church End Lane, then paraded in Swan Lane, and along the High Street before finishing at Nevendon Park. A variety of acts took part in the event, including majorettes, bagpipe players and dancers.
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