Article published in the February 2019 Maldon Life Magazine

Where did January go and how are those resolutions going? Quite well it would seem as the centre seems awfully busy again at the moment. Don’t forget it’s never too late to take up or start new interests just because January has moved on be brave and go for it. Life’s too short to have regrets about what one didn’t do. 

Another person who has been busy is Webmaster and Vice Chair David, he has totally redesigned our website. Whilst all of us were enjoying turkey and trimmings he was slaving over a hot laptop. Okay, well maybe not on Xmas day exactly. Anyway to cut a long story short he’s done a super job. The new site is clean and fresh and has some wonderful new photos of the facilities, courtesy of a volunteer local photographer and friend of the centre. Thank-you to him and David for all their hard work.  Take a look on Westmaldoncommunitycentre.co.uk when you can. 

 Our next quiznight of 2019 is on Saturday, February 23, with the usual start time of 8pm. and naturally there’s plenty to play for. Kevin the quizmaster will be setting his usual 10 sets of 10 questions to keep you on your toes. You’ll also have a joker to play on your chosen joker round (hopefully the one where you know all the answers) when you then have the opportunity to double your points. Choose well and you’re on your way to winning. Teams of up to 8 persons allowed although teams of four have been known to win so don’t worry! Cost £4 per head (under 16s free) so bring the family. Most Important. Don’t forget to bring your drinks and nibbles to ensure you really enjoy the evening. Prize for the winning table (6 Bottles of wine) and commiseration chocolate for the team with least number of points on the night. No need to book, just come along and enjoy the evening. you might even win the raffle!

Finally, it’s time to wish Ann Fisher the W.I. representative who has sat on the committee for quite a while now a fond farewell. Ann is moving out of the county and sadly has to leave us. Thank-you to her for all her efforts and good humour. She will really be missed. Our very best wishes go with her.