Thursday, 14th May 2020
– Doors open at 10:00am
NCT - Mulberry House
Elaine will look at specific challenges women faced in the Bible. She will examine different women’s experience and explore what women can learn from those challenges today. A long-time scholar, philosopher and social activist, Elaine is also a writer, radio broadcaster and lecturer in Theology and Religious Studies. She is a former member of the General Synod and was previously President of Tearfund, amongst other roles! Elaine is wife to Alan and mother to 3 sons.
Thursday, May 14th 2020
Doors open: 10:00am
Bookings close: May 14th 2020
BY ROAD - Mulberry House is situated on the A414 at High Ongar, Essex. If you are travelling from the M11, exit at junction 7 and follow the A414 towards Chelmsford. Remaining on the A414 pass over three mini roundabouts. The House is on the right, 0.6 miles past the "Four Wantz" roundabout (BP Service Station). If you are travelling from the A12, exit at junction 15 and follow the A414 towards Harlow, you pass over 2 roundabouts and then Mulberry House is situated on your left.
SATELLITE NAVIGATION - Please note that our postcode CM5 9NL may take you to The Street, High Ongar. We are located on the A414 approximately 100 yards from High Ongar, on the left, as you travel towards Chipping Ongar. If your satellite systems allow it use these coordinates:
Latitude: 51.71260110609828 Longitude: 0.25974318141481945
BY RAIL - The nearest mainline station is Harlow Town (National Express East Anglia) then by taxi. The nearest tube station is Epping on the Central Line then by taxi. Mulberry House is approximately a 15 minute drive from Epping Station.
BY BUS Bus No. 20 & 21 (501 on Sunday) - Harlow, Epping Train Station, Ongar, Brentwood Train Station. Bus No. 32 - Chelmsford Train Station, Highwood, Blackmore, Ongar. Bus No. 46 - Chelmsford Train Station, Roxwell, Willingale, Fyfield, Ongar.