St Elizabeth’s has a rolling calendar of events which are a great way to support St Elizabeth’s, involve your family and friends and learn more about our charity:
Write a Will Scheme Monday 13th-Friday 24th May 2013
Have you been putting off making or updating your will? If so, now is your opportunity to put things right and support St Elizabeth's at the same time! Please Click Here for more details.
National Epilepsy Week Sunday 19th-Saturday 25th May 2013
National Epilepsy Week is an opportunity to increase awareness of epilepsy and the work of St Elizabeth’s. Whether you ‘Entertain for St Elizabeth’s or tell someone you know about us you will be helping to increase awareness.
St Elizabeth's Open Day 2013
In addition to presentations and displays around the Centre, there will be a BBQ and sale of products made at St Elizabeth's award winning social enterprises. For more information telephone 01279 844213 or
email Jill Rankin Director of Adult Services
Britain's Most Talented Friday 7th June
You may already be aware through our Purple Day campaign that St Elizabeth's has been working closely with Britain's Got Talent finalist Molly Rainford. Molly has a close connection to St Elizabeth's through her cousin Ben who lives here and to help raise awareness of epilepsy and fundraise for our charity, Molly and some of her friends have teamed up to provide us with a night of pure British talent!
"Britain's Most Talented is a not to be missed show in aid of St Elizabeth's."
"It features some of the very best and brightest stars from TV's perennial favourites Britain's Got Talent and The X Factor, all performing for free in aid of our charity. Britain's Most Talented stars one of the most popular performers ever to appear on the flagship ITV show, the wonderful Molly Rainford."
"Also apperaring are Lauren Thalia (Britain's Got Talent semi finalist 2012), 2 Shoes (X Factor finalists 2011) plus many more to be announce shortly."
"Britain's Best Talent is on at the Broadway, Barking for one night only so please make sure you don't miss out and book your seats now!" Tickets are £10 each.
Much Hadham Open Gardens Sunday 16th June 2013 12 midday-5pm
Located less than two miles from the Henry Moore Foundation and opened on behalf of St Elizabeth’s, Much Hadham Open Gardens represent an opportunity to enjoy the many unique and varied gardens throughout the village including Hopleys specialist garden centre. There will be new gardens taking part and an opportunity to learn more about this pretty historical village. Tickets, garden guides and refreshments are available from The Forge Museum, Much Hadham SG10 6BS. Admission £5 for adults, children go free. Sorry no dogs.
How to get there
St Elizabeth’s Summer Fayre Saturday 29th June 2013 12 midday-4pm
Bring your family and friends along to enjoy this popular annual event held in the beautiful grounds of St Elizabeth’s Centre. There will be over fifty stalls with a huge variety of refreshments and entertainment including Morris Men, Jacqui Ison Dance Theatre, Harlow Brass Band and a fabulous display of classic cars from Whitewebbs Museum. For a stallholder booking form please click here. Admission £1 for adults, children go free. Sorry no dogs. How to get there.
"Nearly New Romantics" concert and 1980's disco Saturday 12th October 2013 7:30-11:00pm
Nearly New Romantics are an authentic tribute to the 1980's. All the greats of the era are covered including Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet, Depeche Mode, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, New Order and Erasure to name just a few. Their performances have been enjoyed by audiences all over the UK and Europe. You are assured an evening of pure 80's nostalgia and a performance full of energy. Let the Nearly New Romantics take you back in time with all proceeds going to St Elizabeth's.
£12.50 per person. For tickets please contact Wodson Park on 01920 487091 or the fundraising team on 01279 844355.
We cannot do it without you!
If you can give one or two hours to help at any of these events, please contact the Fundraising Team. If you cannot help on the day, could you help by putting up a poster where you live or bake a cake for one of our refreshment stalls?