MTC are arranging a Charity Curry Night in aid of Equal People, and celebrating Pat & Amanda’s birthdays at the same time.
Our friends at the Tandoori Parlour in Thundersley are hosting the event, 7.30pm on Monday 16 March.
Tickets are on sale now from MTC/EP reception for just £15. Call 01268 906 470 to reserve your place, or drop payment in next time you’re down. All profits will go to Equal People PA.
There’ll be a raffle on the night, and depending on numbers we may also have a disco.
Look forward to seeing you there – anyone want to hazard a guess at how many candles should be on the cake if they share it?
We’re holding a RACE NIGHT on Saturday 25 October, 7pm, at MTC, Lubbards Farm.
Tickets are £6, which includes a fish (or sausage) and chip supper, with races on the night just £1 a bet.
Contact the office for more information and to buy your tickets.
It’s been an exhausting week for many but none of the team regret a minute of it. The Madagascan float is looking awesome, and we’re almost all set. Here’s a sneak peak at how it looked as the windows were painted onto the New York skyline:
King Julien, Alex, Melman and Gloria will be joined by dancers and a monkey trying to fly an airplane – do feel free to come down to the seafront Saturday evening and cheer us on.
We’ll be collecting directly for Equal People throughout the procession, so please help fill our buckets. Notes weigh less than coins, so make it easier to carry. Our entry into the carnival has been sponsored by a local business, so every
penny pound we collect will be going directly to the charity.
The carnival starts from Southchurch Park at 7.45pm, goes along Southend seafront past the Pier at 8.30pm and reaches Shorefield Road in Westcliff at 9.30pm.
The best viewing point is City Beach, where there will also be an accessible viewing area “for people with disabilities or those who wish to watch the procession in a more secure environment” (taken the carnival website – of course we know full well that there are no “people with disabilities”).
Thanks to everyone who came to the Awards/BBQ at the weekend. We raised £616.98 towards the building fund, and it’s been great to see so many comments on photos on Facebook too. We’ll get some of the photos and video online as soon as we can.
Particularly honoured to have had Patron of Equal People, Lee Mead, there to present the awards and certificates to our fantastic students, and to also be joined by members of the Lee Mead Appreciation Society – or “Meadaholics” – who are undertaking a great deal of fundraising for the new building also.
With just three weeks to go to the SuperHero Run in Regents Park, here’s the lowdown on all you need to know, whether you’re running or cheering on!
Not yet registered to run…
- Time is running out, register here today!
- Enter your name and contact info on the first screen;
- Pay your £22 registration deposit online on the next.
- Signup for a free fundraiser page also if you want to,
- or you can give out one of the generic links below.
Already registered to run…
Too sensible to run…
- There’s no excuses: come and cheer the runners on;
- Feel bad you’re not running? Sponsor instead! 🙂
On the day…
- Be at Regents Park by 10.30am on 18 May;
- We hope to have a big MTC/EP banner/sail up
(we’ll probably be with The Maypole Project);
- Problems? Lost? Call Steve on 07550 089918.
Essex Horse & Pony Protection Service and Equal People PA are holding a joint fundraising Tapas Night on Wednesday 23 April at Marcos Bar, Eastwood Road, Rayleigh from 7pm. Three course meal costs £20, and profits will be shared between the two charities. Further details from Lynne, 07776 176322