A Work of Art
Last month in this review page we covered three businesses, those involved in computer repairs, so this month we thought we would do something different and move into the recreational field and cover the four art groups that run in Rochford and Ashingdon. We’ll look at them simply in order that they come in the week, so that will be the Ashingdon group, the Haven group, the Rochford Hundred group and finally, the Roche Art group. The one thing they all speak about when you talk to them is friendliness. We have only just recently visited the Ashingdon group but have met the other groups from between two to five or six times, and yes, they are friendly groups!
Should you wish to see the work of these groups, contact numbers etc., then please just click on the links above to go to their respective pages. The Haven and the Rochford Hundred Art group, by dint of the size of their rooms are approaching maximum numbers but both of the other two clearly have space for plenty more.
Our experience over the past year, although we have been welcomed by all, has mostly been with the Roche Art Group (as their pages will indicate) where we have been invited back again and again to observe and even participate in what they are doing. As we started out by saying, warmth and friendliness is a key characteristic of each of these groups, and we’re very happy to serve them in whatever way we can.
Cost are very similar with each group, and tea and coffee (and biscuits) are there to fuel the half-way pause and interaction with each group.
If you have ever wondered about taking up drawing or painting, these groups provide an admirable setting here in Rochford and Ashingdon, and there are plenty of people to give help and guidance. Why not give it a go!