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10th Anniversary Coastal Open 

Thursday 12 September– Sunday 27 October

This year we are celebrating a momentous ten yars since our first Coastal Open exhibition. Since the exhibition began in 2010 we've hosted an amazing variety of artwork from local artists within Essex and this year is going to be our best year yet!




Autumn Talks 2019

All talks start at 11am and are £2 entry - free refreshments and parking provided!


St Osyth Museum

Friday 11th October, 11am

Get a peak into the archives of St Osyth Museum with new archivist Nigel Jeskins who will be here revealing the hidden history of the museum through its exciting collections.

    

Wrecks, Recoveries, and Restoration at Tower A

Friday 18th October, 11am

Join Bill Smith from the East Essex Aviation Society and Museum telling us about their collections and the museums origins with the American P51 Mustang wreck.


The Wild Naze

Friday 25th October, 11am

Join Liz Huxley from the Essex Wildlife Trust who will be speaking about local wildlife throughout the changing seasons. A great talk for all local bird and nature enthusiasts! 

 


The Packing Shed Theatre presents... Terrifically Terrifying Tales

Friday 25th and Saturday 26th October.

Two new ghost stories, performed live especially for the spooking season!  The Kings Head - written and performed by Patrick Marlowe; and As Shuck Would Have It - written and performed by Neil D'Arcy Jones.

Suitable for age 12 and above. Under 14's must be accompanied by adults.

Adult tickets - £6.

Under 16's, Over 60's, Disabled, Job seekers and Jaywick residents - £3.50

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If you would prefer to book over the phone then give us a call on 01255 822783 and we will be more than happy to help! 


Let's Roll!  
Sunday 27 October, 11am-3pm
 
Let's Roll @ Jaywick Martello (Dice) Tower!

Don't be bored and join us for this board games event for adults!

On the last Sunday of every month Simon Wigley warmly welcomes folks from Clacton and surrounding areas to Jaywick Martello Tower; bringing together people who are interested in board games and roleplaying and are within walking/bus distance of each other.

From Catan to Power Grid this games event is suitable for everyone with a passion for board games and roleplaying: no experience required just an enthusiasm to learn! 

More than your average monopoly play-through!


Give Thanks and Give Back

Sunday 27 October, 3pm-5pm

Let's get together on JMT's last day of the season for a community  thanksgiving with music, food and art.  This a chance to give your thoughts of what JMT could be or does mean to you. 


 

Creative Net

Free workshops on the first Wednesday of every month.

Everybody welcome! Materials, coffee, biscuits and great creative conversations provided.


Wednesday 6 November, 11am-1pm
Make a festive pomander pincushion or decoration from fabric with Meg & Amy from Colchester S&B. There will be other colours of fabric too in case you would rather make a cactus or tomato!  

Wednesday 4 December, 11am-1pm
It's Christmas! Tina Mason will show us how to make mini Bangladeshi Silk Ragdolls from fabric scraps. Perfect as a tree decoration or a present for those special people in your life.





  

Rock the Tower

Tuesdays during term time, 5pm - 8pm.

Rock the Tower is a free music session where beginners or players aged 8-18 yrs are welcome to get involved for the chance to play alongside others in a band! 

The music sessions provided by We Are Music will be held at Jaywick Martello Tower every Tuesday during term time running hourly between 5pm-8pm.

For more information ring 01255 822783 or email jaywickmartellotower@hotmail.co.uk

 

 




 

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