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Essex Big weekend - ballot now open! 1000s of tickets available to win for Essex attractions

Wow - can it really be February already? and Easter just around the corner!  So much happening at Visit Essex right now, and great things for you to take part in, see and do!

 

We are also really excited to announce the news about our brand new event the Essex Big Weekend over 1st and 2nd April, where YOU get the chance to win FREE entry tickets to your favourite attraction in the county. The public ballot is now open! 

 

Spring is nearly upon us, and to remind us the beautiful Snowdrops are in bloom and we've found the best places to see them.

 

Southend-on-Sea is 'In Focus' this month, as they celebrate 120 years of becoming a Borough - congratulations!  The annual Southend Film Festival is a huge event in their calendar, and you can also learn about some of the locations in the county that have been used in films and TV over the years.

 

Visit Essex deserve a 'pat on the back' too, as we've been awarded the Digital Awards Champions award for best website in the region, as voted for by the general public - so thank you!

 

The Visit Essex Team

 

  

 

Lifehouse Spa hotel
Big Weekend

If you havn't already registered for this fantastic event do so now at: www.essexbigweekend.co.uk   There are 3,345 tickets to win, enabling FREE entry to 48 attractions - you can apply for as many tickets as you like, however, only two tickets per household can be won.  Attractions taking part include: RHS Garden Hyde Hall, Colchester Castle and Zoo, Beth Chatto Gardens, Palace Hotel Southend, Lifehouse Spa and loads more! Don't miss out as the Ballot closes on 17th March - what are you waiting for?!

Southend lagoon and beach

SOUTHEND IN FOCUS

Originally the 'south end' of Prittlewell,  it has become one of Essex's favourite traditional seaside towns, with beaches stretching for miles and Shoeburyness and Thorpe Bay holding the prestigious Blue Flag. The above image was taken a couple of weeks ago, and even on a grey day, the sun shone through at just the right moment on the Lagoon, making it appear blue - a taste of Iceland in Essex! Built on the Three Shells beach last year, it is a fantastic place for little ones, whilst Adventure Island and the Sealife centre see thousands of visitors every year.  For those who prefer 'quirky', there's the wonderful old Cliff lift (refurbished last year), a fun way to reach the beaches, offering great views over the Thames estuary - and of course let's not forget it is home to the longest pleasure pier in the World!

 

Their celebrations this year include having part of the Wave sculpture Remembrance poppies installation (at the Tower of London in 2014 commemorating those lost in World War I), which will adorn the Barge Pier at Shoeburyness between 12th April - 25th June. 

 

The venue for the Southend Film Festival will be announced shortly (25th May - 2nd June including Fringe Festival).  View all Southend events here.

Roslin Beach Hotel
Our Gardens are starting to come to life, and the Snowdrops are beautiful at this time of year  creating an amazing sight - pop down to Beth Chatto Gardens, Forgotten Gardens of Easton Lodge or The Gibberd Garden, or the ultimate Snowdrop sale at Lee Valley Regional Park.  RHS Garden Hyde Hall also offer Woodland Walks with their volunteers to view the seasonal woodland, with a scone and soup afterwards to warm you up - only £4. Snowdrops
Great Maze at Blake House craft centre If youv'e got 'arty' kids, make sure they enter the Great Maze competition to design the Great Maze for 2017! £50 will be the prize for the winning Artist, whilst £100 will be donated to the school they attend. See full details on how to enter here. The Great Maze at Blake House will be open from 22nd July - 10th September.
Top of the World Southend and Saffron walden

Our Top of the World campaign in Essex is certainly creating a stir - so far we (Correne and Carol from the Visit Essex team) have been on top of St Mary's church in Saffron Walden The Cliffs Pavilion and Park Inn Palace Hotel Southend.  We have already collected some amazing images, aerial shots and drones, all of which have appeared on our social media platforms, as well as in the local Press.  But we would love to hear from you if you have any to add to our collection - contact Carol. We hope these shots will help dispel any pre-conceptions about our wondeful county, showcasing our beautiful countryside, coast, attractions, towns and villages at its very best.  You can view some of the images on Instagram  @Visit Essex, by following us on Twitter, liking us on facebook(#TOTWEssex) and on our website.

Osea island

ESSEX ON FILM!  Here in our little corner of England we can boast some great locations which have been used in film and TV including the causeway and Osea Island (Woman in Black), firm TV favourite of the 70's 'Lovejoy' filmed in Saffron Walden, the orginal terminal buiding at Southend airport featured in the James Bond film 'Goldfinger', whilst Hylands House has also 'doubled' as the White House!  Places such as Thurrock also made the headlines, as St Clement's Church was chosen for 'Four Weddings and A Funeral'.  Essex Life pick some of our wonderful inspirational places which have been filmed over the years.

Check out the Essex Book Festival (March), Easter events and more here.

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