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AGM and Local School Visits

A big thank you to everyone who came to our Annual General Meeting (AGM). The Officers and Members of the 2015-6 committee offered themselves for re-election. A vacancy on the committee was filled by Richie Miller, Deputy Mayor of Maldon. The Proposal was approved unanimously by the ‘Friends’. The Chairman Bill Geller, thanked the Committee, […]

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2016 Wedding Fayre

Sunday 4th April 2016 10am to 3pm in Maldon’s Historic Moot Hall The Friends of the Moot Hall are pleased to announce a new initiative by Avanti Photographics and Coes Menswear to showcase everything needed by couples planning their very special day. Bridal Wear and Accessories, Formal Dress Wear, Hair and Beauty, Flowers and Photography, […]

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Heritage weekend

The Moot Hall will open its doors for visitors on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th from 10.00 until 4.00pm. Guided Tours, book sale and Moot Hall merchandise, plus free access to all three floors of this historic building.

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Face to Face

The MAC Theatre presents Cocker Freeman, (Dengie Boy), in an interview with Tablo Yardley. 8.00pm. Friday 11th and Saturday 12th. Tickets from Maldon Tourist Information Centre, Wenlock Way Maldon £10.00 each.

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The Third Annual D’Arcy Day

The Friends of the Moot Hall, Maldon are celebrating the third annual D’Arcy Day on Friday 4th September 2015 at 730pm at Maldon Town Hall – Captain Ann and the Maldon Grain Riots The Lord of the Manor who built the Moot Hall in Maldon high street was Sir Robert D’Arcy and The Friends of […]

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Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the ‘Friends’ took place at the Blue Boar Hotel Long Room on Friday 27th March. The retiring Chairman, Mike Bentley, welcomed the Members and went on to thank both the staff and volunteers for their work and commitment during 2014-5 together with the retiring Trustee, Peter Hedge and Treasurer […]

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St. Georges Day Celebration 24th April 2015

The Friends will be hosting a light-hearted celebration of England’s Patron Saint with a performance by the local singers Salt, Water and Beer.  Called England and St George, the programme will include readings, songs and dramatic sketches and take a wry look at 2000 years of history.  The event will take place in the Long […]

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