Category Frinton-on-Sea

Frinton Festival

Frinton Festival 26th – 29th May 2017

A series of wonderful concerts including music by Dvorak, Mozart and living composers in charming local venues.

[AdSense-B]

OPENING CONCERT in St. Mary’s Parish Church.

STRING QUINTETS by candlelight in All Saints, Great Holland.

BARBICAN PIANO TRIO in Voysey’s “Homestead”.

SPRING SERENADE in the beautiful Old Church. GUT FEELING – subversive strings at Frinton Tennis Club.

FESTIVAL EVENSONG at St. Mary’s Parish Church.

SPECIAL FREE PERFORMANCES  at The Red Lion in Kirby-le-Soken, Read House & Mid-Meadows Care Home.

Join us for one or more ...

Read More

Frinton’s Crossing Cottage

Frinton’s Crossing Cottage, Garden and Railway Museum
Frinton Crossing, Frinton, Essex.

Opening times: Easter to mid-October coffee mornings every Tuesday morning from 10:00am to 12:00pm, and every third Tuesday of the month during the rest of the year. Admission is free of charge (donations are always greatly appreciated!)
One of a number of heritage centres and museums run by the Frinton and Walton Heritage Trust...

Read More

The Essex Coast eBook

Read More

Frinton Lawn Tennis Club

Founded in 1899 as a private members’ club, Frinton Lawn Tennis, Croquet and Bowls Club flourished in post Victorian England.  Although Croquet and Bowls were original activities of the Club, it is for tennis that the Club has become world famous.

36 Holland Rd  Frinton-on-Sea CO13 9ES

Phone: 01255 674055



Edwardian England saw Frinton as its playground and the well heeled and  famous flocked to the town. Winston Churchill, Douglas Fairbanks, Gladys  Cooper and Robert Morley all bought houses in the town, and the tennis club  was the main social and sporting venue.

Read More

Kirby Tennis Club

Kirby Tennis club is situated in the village of Kirby Cross, off Halstead Road, Kirby Cross, FRINTON-ON-SEA, Essex, CO13 0LS next to the playing fields. The club has 4 Macadam courts, 2 of which are floodlight, for all year round play, and 2 grass courts. 

They welcome new members of any age and ability, we are a very friendly club where all members are encouraged to play and socialise...

Read More

Pilgrims’ Friend Society

Pilgrims

Founded in 1807 as “The Aged Pilgrims’ Friend Society” and originally set-up to provide grants and pensions to needy elderly Christians, our ministry has grown so that we now have 16 schemes throughout England, providing a range of services for older people, from sheltered housing through to nursing and dementia care, as well as home-leave accommodation for missionary families.

[AdSense-B]

Pilgrims’ Friend Society also provide other resources to Christians, including a range of books and other publications, conference seminars and our own conferences each year.

The Pilgrims’ Friend So...

Read More

Tendring Phoenix Divorced & Separated Club

Don’t sit at home alone – come & join us we are a very friendly Club.

New members always welcome, we have Dances as well as Coffee, pub, games, Trivia & darts nights, meals out, & lots more. Come & see.  Dance at Conservative club first Friday of each month at 8pm – pop along and join.

Call Us: +44.1255433962 

Website http://www.phoenixclubclacton.com

Tendring Phoenix Club

(Clacton divorce and separated club)  for friendship and maybe more…..  why not meet face to face rather a blind date
come and join us newcomers table so no need to worry about coming alone…....

Read More

The Firs Care Services

 The Firs is an independent care home and day-care centre providing exceptional levels of care for younger adults (18-65) with learning difficulties and physical disabilities. In the heart of the Essex countryside, our extensively renovated eight-bedroomed property sits in an acre of grounds and is easily accessible from the coastal areas surrounding Clacton-on-Sea and the main town of Colchester.
[AdSense-B]
Our family-oriented living space offers purpose-built accommodation for eight residents, lots of recreational and ‘quiet’ areas and access to a wide range of learning, therapeutic and le...
Read More