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Air Training Corps

2476 (Hutton) Squadron

79 Wash Road

Hutton

Brentwood
CM13 1DL

Tel/Fax: (01277) 225011

Email:  huttonatc@aol.com

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Brentwood & District Photographic Club

Brentwood & District Photographic Club meet every Friday evening at 7:45pm in the Friends Meeting House in Hutton Road, Shenfield. New members are always welcome to a lively club that organises talks, competitions and photographic outings. Details are available from their website, including members images.

Tel/Fax:Tom Sharich Tel: 01277 222611

Email: t_sharich@btinternet.com
  Web: www.pbase.com/bdpc

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Brentwood & Ongar Conservative Association

The Brentwood & Ongar Conservative Association has branches throughout the area, including Shenfield. Various social events are held throughout the year and the association works to promote the local Conservative Candidate at elections, both local and national. Full details of activities, plus a full social calendar, can be found on the association's web site, listed below.

19 Crown Street

Brentwood

CM14 4BA

Telephone: (01277) 210725

Fax: (01277) 202221
Web: www.tory.org/home/bocaweb

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Brentwood & Ongar Liberal Democrats

Brentwood & Ongar Liberal Democrats campaign for residents throughout the year as well as holding social events and political debates. Shenfield is represented by County Councillor Barry Aspinell. To join, or find out more, please visit www.brentwood-ongarlibdems.org.uk.

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Brentwood Arts Council

Brentwood Arts Council was formed in 1971 to foster and promote artistic and cultural activities in the Brentwood Borough. It acts as a co-ordinating body between the many arts groups in the area and the Local Authority.

Membership represents all branches of the arts - music, drama, visual arts, poetry, etc - and a large number of Associate Members, whose individual support is much valued.

Brentwood Arts Council offers a variety of services to members. Stage lighting, orchestral music stands, sound equipment, photographs and arts display stands are available for hire at reasonable cost. To join Brentwood Arts Council, or for any further information, please contact the Secretary:  

The Secretary

c/o Haven Lodge, Ridgeway

Hutton Mount

Brentwood CM13 2LP

Telephone: (01277) 225307
  Website: www.brentwoodarts.moonfruit.co

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Brentwood Chamber of Commerce

Shenfield businesses wishing to join the Chamber of Commerce are invited to contact the Secretary of Brentwood Chamber of Commerce as follows: 

Mr F.E.Wildman OBE

73 Hanging Hill Lane

Hutton

Brentwood

CM13 2HN

Tel/Fax: (01277) 214814

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Brentwood Computer Club

Brentwood Computer Club was formed in 1980 and now meets in the Fane Memorial Hall, Kelvedon Hatch, next to St Nicholas Church just in Church Road. At 7.30pm every Monday except bank holidays. There is car parking and level access.

We welcome any one interested in computers from complete beginners to experts, all are catered for. It is a friendly informal group so why not come along and see what we do, regular demonstrations, hands on help available and discussion groups are held.

Membership Secretary:

Graham Hollingsworth (Membership Secretary)

Tel:   07917-887189

  Email: grahamhollingsworth1@hotmail.co.uk
  Web:  www.brentwoodcomputerclub.org.uk

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Brentwood Junior String Orchestra

The BJSO give young string players (7-13 years) an opportunity to enjoy the pleasures and disciplines of orchestral playing. With reasonable advance notice, the Orchestra are happy to perform at community events. Meetings are held on Fridays, during term-time, between 4.45-6pm at Ursuline High School, Queens Road, Brentwood.

Ann Elderton

33 Weald Road

Brentwood

CM14 4TH

Telephone: (01277) 223881

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Brentwood Model Yacht & Power Boat Club

The club was formed in 1988 by local model boat enthusiasts. There are sections for radio controlled model yachts, scale models and petrol/electric-powered boats. The club has two lakes in the Mountnessing area and hosts open events during the year. New members and visitors are always welcome. Please contact the club's general secretary, Derek Coleman, on 017084-59062 for further details.

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Brentwood Musical Society

The Brentwood Musical Society, founded in 1946 by the legendary Brentwood musical figure Dr Edgar Brice, exists to give five professional classical chamber music concerts every year, between September and March. Only the finest artists are engaged, with an emphasis on young professionals at the outset of their careers. You may join as a subscribing member, or simply turn up at the Memorial Hall, Brentwood School, and pay at the door.

If you are interested in joining the Society, please contact the Hon.Treasurer.

Chairman

Robert Andrews

3 Sewards End, Wickford, SS12 9PB

Telephone: (01268) 733817

Hon.Secretary

Frances Morris

25 Crow Green Road, Pilgrims Hatch, Brentwood CM15 9RB

Telephone: (01277) 373292

Hon.Treasurer

Patricia Mortimer

15 The Leas, Ingatestone, Essex

Telephone: (01277) 352685

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Brentwood Operatic Society

Brentwood Operatic Society has been entertaining the people of Brentwood and surrounding towns with performances of musical theatre since 1905. Please see their website below for full details of the Society and coming shows.

Telephone: (01277) 222313 - Chairman
Telephone: (01277) 223710 - Tickets
Email: info@brentwood-operatic.com
Web: www.brentwood-operatic.com

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Brentwood Ramblers

There are 19 walking groups in Essex operating under the auspices of the Ramblers. Brentwood Ramblers has been in existence for more than 45 years and has long been one of the more successful ones. Its catchment area is formally defined by Brentwood Borough Council District but many members live outside this area and opt to join it and enjoy its activities.

Our walks programme extends to more than 200 walks a year. We walk half days every Saturday and Thursday; full days every Sunday and Tuesday of the year, as well as Wednesday summer evenings. Full day walks are generally of 10-12 miles and half days 5-6 miles. Many of the walks are in our local area but we do travel further afield into Essex, Kent, Hertfordshire and Suffolk. Coach walks to other areas, and weekends away complete our programme.

A principle objective of the Ramblers is to promote walking activities and to protect paths and rights of way. We work closely with the local authority to clear paths, repairing bridges etc, - this proves to be a surprisingly enjoyable as well as a very beneficial activity.

Another objective is simply to enjoy ourselves in the countryside and to engender a sense of fun and companionship in everything we do. Hopefully this arises spontaneously on our walks, but we do run a number of social activities to help to further this objective.

For a copy of our current programme, please use the following link : Brentwood Ramblers Walks Programme

If you wish to become a member of Ramblers, please go to their website : How to Join the Ramblers

Chairman: Brian Scroggs

E-Mail:    b.scroggs@blueyonder.co.uk
  Website: www.brentwoodramblers.org.uk

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Brentwood Rotaract Club

A community and social club for 18-35 olds. The club, which meets every two weeks at Bardswell Social Club, Weald Road, Brentwood, raises money for local charities, gets involved in community work and runs social events as well as taking part in events run by other rotaract clubs around Essex. 

Telephone: 0705 0204896
Email: rotaractbrentwood@yahoogroups.com
Web: www.rotaract.org.uk/brentwood/

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Brentwood Sports Council

Brentwood Sports Council fully represents all sporting interests in the Borough and, by it close contact with the local authority, is able to present a considered view of the needs and aspirations of all sportsmen and women. The Sports Council organises the annual Festival of Sport, which takes place at the Brentwood Centre, and issues grant aid based upon its aims of supporting excellence and encouraging participation in sport.

Enquiries regarding Brentwood Sports Council should be addressed to: 

The Chairman

Mrs V.H.Glossop

'Willows', Deal Tree Close

Hook End

Brentwood

CM15 0LY

   
 

Website: www.rotaract.org.uk/brentwood

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Brentwood Writers Circle

Founded in 1941, the Brentwood Writers Circle is the oldest writers circle in Essex and was formed to encourage all aspects of writing. The group meets at 2.30pm on the first Saturday of each month at the Fairview Rooms of the Ursuline School, Queens Road, Brentwood, with either workshops or speakers at alternate meetings.

Enquiries regarding Brentwood Writers Circle should be addressed to: 

Ena Love (Secretary)

Telephone: (01277) 226840

  email: ena.love@tiscali.co.uk

 

Brindles Wood Resident's Association

The Brindles Wood Resident's Association was formed in 1995, primarily to defend a local wood from developers. Residents, together with Brentwood Council, have successfully resisted seven planning applications for Brindles Wood.

The Association now has a history of defending the character of the Brindles Wood area from many threats to its Green Belt landscape. It also seeks to improve transport and other facilities, to foster community relations, and to encourage an active interest in local affairs.

The committee comprises representatives from each road in the Association's area, who are in close touch with neighbours. This democratic structure allows a quick response to issues as they arise, and enables local people to be actively involved. The Association has 140 members.

The chairperson is Judith Hargreaves and the secretary is Ann Dettmar both of whom can be contacted via www.bwra.org or email.

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