CRAFT EVENTS
 
Craft-A-Noon Tea - 1st Thursday of every month (12-3pm). Free to come along, meet other crafters, get advice/help on current projects and have fun. (Future dates are Thursday 5 January 2018, 2 February, 2 March and 6 April).
Craft-A-Holics Anonymous - 3rd Wednesday of every month (7-10pm). Free to come along, meet other crafters, chat, get advice/help on a project, craft and have fun. (Future dates are Wednesday 20 December (TBC), 18 January 2018, 15 February, 15 March, 19 April). The meetings are at The Three Horseshoes, 74 Church Road, Fordham, Essex, CO6 3NJ. For more info call Emily: 07388.
 
   
Last chance for earlybird offer on the
trek of a lifetime!
   
Pre-registration for Master Mont Blanc closes on 15th December
Essex & Herts Air Ambulance’s Charity trek will cover three countries in just three days from 6th-10th September 2018. Aspiring adventurers can see the sights of France, Switzerland and Italy during their whirlwind trip.
You can currently register for Master Mont Blanc for just £150. From 15th December, the price will rise to £199, signalling the end of our early bird offer. To make the most of this drop in price, call Head Office on 0345 2417 690 or email trek@ehaat.org.
Next year will see trekkers tough it out on the trip of a lifetime. The route is a total 66km and takes in the breath-taking views of the Alps along the way. From Chamonix to Val Ferret, waterfalls to glaciers, Champex to the Fenetre d’Arpette, this trek promises challenging terrain, beautiful views and the potential to make lifelong friends.
Essex & Herts Air Ambulance’s most recent trek, which saw a group of 20 explore the wilderness of Tanzania, raised over £47,000 for the Charity.

   
Cards for Good Causes selling charity Christmas cards
Daily from 10am to 4.30pm in November and December until 18th December in Braintree Library, Fairfield Road. By buying your charity Christmas cards here you are raising funds for over 30 charities, both local and national charities. As well as cards you can buy wrapping paper, tags, calendars and a variety of small gifts. The shop is manned by volunteers who give their time to helping.
Put your pennies in the pot for
Essex & Herts Air Ambulance
 
  Essex & Herts Air Ambulance (EHAAT) have unveiled their new collection tins, which is the next move in the Charity’s rebrand.
Since rebranding in March this year, Essex & Herts Air Ambulance has seen a lot of change: a new logo, new helicopter and now the Charity has added new collection tins to the list.

Although many will be familiar with the sight of a green tin in Essex and a red one in Hertfordshire, the Charity has opted for new blue collection tins to be distributed across both counties, removing the idea of separation and bringing the two brands together to signify the united future of the Charity.
Annabel Schwier, EHAAT’s Community Coordinator, said: “We currently have over 3,000 collection tins across the region, and they’re a vital source of support for our Charity. Whether you put your pennies in the pot at a petrol station, your local pub, or at a community event – every donation counts. We couldn’t operate without the public’s support, and we’re very excited to roll out the new tins to really bring together the efforts of our work across both counties.”
Tins will start to be distributed from today, and the Charity’s rebranded ‘big tin’ will be at all EHAAT events going forward.
If you currently hold an Essex & Herts Air Ambulance collection tin – or you would like one for your business – please contact Head Office on 0345 2417 690.
 
SESAW NEWS
  It's December already and everyone is rushing around with too much to do before Christmas. I'm glad you made time to read your Higgler magazine because I want to send a great big THANK YOU to all our local friends. We really appreciated your support and enjoyed meeting you throughout the year.
Just a few lines about a German Shepherd cross needing a new, very lively, home. Ten month old Lola loves jumping in swimming pools, playing ball, frolicking with other dogs and cuddling up on the children's bed at night. On the other paw is Romany, a Bull Terrier, now an ex-breeding bitch. This big strong lady loves fuss and cuddles, but not good with other animals so needs to be the only pet.
Ollie is still fretting about our teenage kittens, all spayed and neutered and waiting to go and eight year old sisters, Chloe and Izzy, still waiting for a new home. Mum says we will not rehome over the festive season but prospective owners are welcome to view the animals, 10-1pm, Thurs-Sunday until Saturday 23rd December. Please check before visiting in January in case of bad weather. Best wishes from all of us to all of you for Christmas and the New Year. I'm off to my bed by the Rayburn because it's much too cold out there for me, Kenny (the Boss) Chihuahua.
Suffolk & Essex Small Animal Welfare, Reg.Charity No.1124029, Stoke Road, Leavenheath, CO6 4PP. Tel: 01787 210888. www.sesaw.co.uk
                     

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