Southend Hospital to host cancer ‘one-stop shop’

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Southend Hospital has been chosen as a host centre for a new cancer ‘one-stop shop’ that aims to provide earlier diagnosis for patients. Southend is one of ten sites that have chosen to trial these ‘one stop shops’, where patients who are presenting vague symptoms such as weight loss or fatigue can be referred by […]

Walking Football sessions taking place in Witham

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Witham Leisure centre is now hosting weekly Walking Football sessions, taking place each Friday, 1-2pm and 6-7pm. Walking Football is a sociable and slow-paced version of the game, where no running is allowed! The sessions are for over 50’s only and are run by a fully qualified FA coach. If you’re interested, sessions are priced […]

Accessible ten-pin bowling experience in Hockley

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Those based near Hockley may be interested to hear about CJ’s Bowling, a family run alley who are offering a welcoming and accessible bowling experience. Located on Eldon Way, the alley has ramp access, an accessible toilet and plenty of free parking immediately outside. CJ’s have 12 lanes, and should you not be able to […]

Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up – Triumph over Adversity

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I have long admired the work of Frida Kahlo, the Mexican artist who has become a cultural icon. She became an extension of her art herself, in the way she emphasised her physical features and also in her dress, favouring Mexican national costume to assert her political beliefs. Growing up in post-revolutionary Mexico in the […]