Throughout the month of August, Southend YMCA hosted a free Summer Programme at Leigh Community Centre for children aged 8-12 years old.
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Children can become Wild World Heroes this summer by taking part in the Summer Reading Challenge 2021 at their local library.
As part of Foster Care Fortnight (11-23 May), Southend-on-Sea Borough Council’s Fostering Service are searching for much-needed local heroes to become foster carers.
94 per cent of primary and secondary school children in Southend-on-Sea returned to the classroom last week following the easing of national Covid-19 restrictions.
Southend-on-Sea Libraries have joined forces with master storyteller John Kirk bringing Southend families a storytelling scavenger hunt, in celebration of World Book Day 2021.
Local children’s and young people’s charities, providers and schools are being asked to get involved with a holiday activity scheme for eligible children and young people in Southend-on-Sea.
Over 1,400 vulnerable children had a Christmas present to open on the big day, thanks to the incredible generosity of local residents and businesses.
Council elves have been hard at work coordinating and wrapping gifts for the council’s annual Toy Drive to provide some Christmas joy for vulnerable children across Southend.
Here at Leigh on sea.com we have put together some things to do in Essex and places to visit with your kids this October...
With Christmas fast approaching (yes, really), in a year none of us could have anticipated, the council’s annual Toy Drive is set to launch this month to provide some Christmas joy for vulnerable children across Southend.
Children supported by a local hospice have had a little slice of Italy brought into their homes thanks to technology and the support of a local business.
The Office of National Statistics has recently released the most popular names given to boys and girls in 2019.
A campaign to reassure parents about children going back to school in September has been launched by Southend-on-Sea Borough Council.
Young people in south Essex are set to take to the skies in a glider as part of an exciting summer activity aimed at increasing engagement in the aviation and aerospace industries.
The libraries’ annual summer reading challenge is set to go ahead digitally this year as libraries across the town remain open for click and collect services.
Children and teachers at a local primary school in Leigh-on-Sea took part in a whole school socially distanced dance this week with the video going viral on Facebook.
A 10-year-old girl from Leigh is donating £4,000 to Little Havens Hospice after winning in a charity art competition held by her mother’s work place.
Being a parent can be challenging for anyone, but having a child with special needs adds another layer of stress and anxiety unimaginable until you have experienced it.
100 young ballet dancers will be required for a professional production of Giselle at the Cliffs Pavilion.
Southend's leisure attraction given £2 million upgrade.