Bringing Your Memories Back to Life
The History - The Culture - The People
The Southend Timeline takes a look back at the fascinating history of Southend-on-Sea. Designed as a 'discover and explore' website, the more you click the more you discover. You can travel in time from yesterday to the earliest of years of the town. If you lived in Southend or used to visit on your holidays why not spend some time to reminisce, check facts, or enjoy the longer features that will surprise you about the history of this small corner of Eastern England.
Southend Timeline Update: From Talza to Victoria (Thursday 7th August)
Southend Timeline Update: The Clocks of Southend (Thursday 1st May)
Do you live in the Southend area? Do you, or someone you know, find it hard to leave your home and meet new people, or have a long-term physical or mental health problem that affects your life and restricts your ability to socialise?
Craftable runs every Wednesday from 1pm to 4pm in Southchurch. It's a small group with an atmosphere of friendliness, warmth and acceptance, where people can get together and be creative.
There's no requirement for skill or knowledge in any area - what matters is the making, not the result. All materials are included in the membership fee of £3.50 per week, and refreshments are also provided.
If you, or someone you know, feel that you could benefit from a chance to meet people within a safe and comfortable environment, contact:
or visit the website:
You can read all the comments left by people visiting the Sarfend Visitors Book by clicking on the link below which will take you to the dedicated website.
With Thanks to:
Dave, Ruth and all the volunteers at the Southend RNLI Lifeboat Shop.
On Monday 15th July the Southend Timeline launched a new website dedicated to the social history of Southend-on-Sea. This new website is here for you the people of Southend and everyone who has ever visited Southend to share your memories and stories of the town.
The new website will become the new dedicated home for the Southend Community Archive, that begun operating on this website.
So please drop by and join in a unique Southend social history website.. http://southendcommunityarchive.weebly.com/