Spirituality & Mental Health Networking Event

Spirituality & Mental Health Networking Event
to Launch New Southend Essex Mind and Spirit Cluster Group

As we, the Salvation Army explore ways to better support the community in regards to mental health and spirituality across the wider Southend area, we invite you to an informal morning of exploration and networking. This will include a short talk entitled 'And you call that respectful?' - Reflecting on respect in an interfaith context, a tour of the site and a light lunch. Our hope is that as local agencies, services and organisations in the area, we might come together to explore creative and joined up ways to support our community.

Please see details below.

Date: Monday 5th December

Time: 10.00 - 12.30 (10am refreshments / 10.30 introduction/talk)

Venue: The Hub Café, Hadleigh Park, Chapel Lane, SS7 2PP

Parking: Large car park - http://hadleigh-park.co.uk/visit/parking/

f you and/or other interested colleagues are available, could you please confirm by email letting us know of any dietary requirements or accessibility concerns. I attach a confirmation slip, to download, please click here. The tour will involve a moderate amount of walking mostly along flat pathways, although some people may want to view the more hilly areas of the site. Buildings and toilets are fully accessible. For anyone unable to walk between the two main parts of the site for the tour, parking is also available at Hadleigh Training Centre, Castle Lane, SS7 2AP

For catering purposes we would appreciate confirmation by 25th November.


Katrina Thurlow

The Salvation Army Mission Development Officer & Chaplain

Hadleigh Farm Estate

Chapel Lane




Tel: 01702 567676

Mob: 07471900642