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To our current subscribers re the broken link in your email notification!!

There was a small issue with the email link to our previous blog post entitled, ‘Can drinking coffee actually be good for you?’ which our regular subscribers will have been aware of….ie when they clicked the link in their email notification it did not link to the rest of the post. This has now been fixed and was a simple issue due to a system update and the good news is that the full blog…

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Can drinking coffee actually be good for you?

A very interesting article was published in The Daily Mail online this week written by Natalie Rahhal. The somewhat interesting facts that she reported were as follows: Cardiologists declare that,’ drinking three cups of coffee a day protects you from heart woes- and up to six are safe.’ This is quite a startling new direction of advice as we are all too familiar with years of warning about how too much coffee is bad for…

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We take any complaint very seriously

I felt it best to respond to the complaint here, via a link on our Facebook page, as it will be far too long to put in a normal post. Last Saturday evening my phone suddenly started making noises alerting me to several notifications on our Facebook page. That, along with a call from a friend, advising us of a very serious complaint that had been posted on a local community Facebook page: Rayleigh Community…

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Community Spirit In Snow Covered Rayleigh

Recently the whole country was affected by The Beast From The East, a somewhat unwanted and uninvited visitor that wreaked havoc on a scale not previously thought possible. Essex does not usually suffer too badly when it comes to snow, and on the odd occasion that we do see the white stuff it is usually just a one, or two, day wonder.  Not this time though. We certainly felt the full brunt of the weather…

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Rotary Donation to Rayleigh 1476 Air Training Squadron

Rayleigh Air Cadets 1476 Squadron A few weeks back Carl’s Rotary group, The Rotary Group of Rayleigh Mill, welcomed Warrant Officer Kris Barnes to their weekly Monday night meeting to hear a talk about the great work that he does with this local squad. Based in Connaught Road, Rayleigh 1476 Squadron is open to all young men and women between the ages of 13 and 20. The Royal Air Force Air Cadet Squadron  is the…

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Rayleigh Mill Rotary Club Are Looking For New Members

As summer draws to a close, and the ‘Indian Summer’ that we all expected has not materialised, everybody seems to be turning their thoughts to autumn activities and dare I say it some are even thinking ahead to Christmas! I think just as that change from December to January makes us all look ahead to the new year and what we want to do or achieve so too that change from summer to autumn sees…

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The Results of Our Afternoon Tea Competition

The winner of our competition was picked this morning by the lovely Louise, our newest member of staff, once the coffee shop had opened. We had a great response to this competition and would like to thank everyone who entered. The winners name is …………………………..    J TUTTE           who will be notified direct by email If you were not lucky to win this time you may be lucky next time.…

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My Last Rayleigh Review Magazine Column

I am feeling somewhat sad this week. As many of you will be aware The Rayleigh Review Magazine will no longer be published. It was a huge and very difficult decision to come to for Paul Dunt, the editor, of this brilliant magazine but as he said in his editorial in this months edition, ‘increasing competition for a finite amount of advertising and the sheer amount of time it takes to produce a publication of…

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The Perfect Mothering Sunday Treat

Sunday March 26th 2017 is the day that we are reminded that we need to say a big thank you to our mums, nans, grandmas, aunties, sisters, godmothers or any special female that has been there for us in some capacity in our lives. It could be a special friend who has held our hand and given us advice to steer us through a difficult time or it may simply be that we just want…

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Rayleigh Mill Rotary Event at Rayleigh Museum

Last week Rayleigh Mill Rotary Club held an awareness event at the museum in the High Street. Running over several days it was part of a nation wide awareness drive to raise the profile of Rotary Clubs within local towns. As Rayleigh is lucky to have a local museum it was felt that it would be the perfect location to hold this as much of the display explained the history of Rotary itself which is…

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