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During the recent Carol concert for KS2 and the nativity performance for KS1 it was decided that our retiring collections would be donated to a local charity helping local people. St Osyth primary school are proud to donate our £440 collected to The Rotary Club of Clacton. They provide Christmas meals and Christmas cheer to so many local people. Please see below a letter sent by The Rotary Club to St Osyth Primary School.

Thank you from The Rotary Club of Clacton on Sea

http://clactonrotary.org/

 

Explore Culture – Your guide to Arts, Culture and Heritage …

www.exploreculture.org.uk

Welcome to Explore Culture, a one-stop shop for people living, working and visiting Essex to find out about cultural events and activities around the county.

 

Tendring District Council

www.tendringdc.gov.uk

Includes A to Z of council services, what’s on, what’s new, in the news, young people, leisure and tourism information.

 

Essex Childrens University | Home

www.essexchildrensuniversity.co.uk

The Colchester Children’s University is a part of the national Children’s University organisation that provides 7 to 14 year olds with exciting and innovative learning activities and experiences outside normal school hours. We celebrate achievement and reward participation through our certificates. Raising children’s aspirations is important to us and we aim to develop the understanding that learning can be the satellite navigation to better places in life! , Home

 

Children Centre > Sydney House

www.essexcentre.info

Welcome to Sydney House Children’s Centre. We offer a range of services to families with children aged 5 years and under. The centre is managed by Barnardo’s …

 

Poppy Appeal 2016 | The Royal British Legion

www.britishlegion.org.uk

A Remembrance Art Trail has been installed at Canary Wharf London Poppy Day saw plenty of action across the capital, including an unarmed combat display by the Royal …

 

St.Osyth Parish Council and Village web site

www.stosyth.gov.uk

You have arrived at the St.Osyth Parish Council and Village web site Launched early in 2000, as one of the first small local authorities to provide such a …