Leisure, Arts and Community
Welcome to the Leisure, Arts and Community section. On this page you will find below a list of quick links to the popular searched pages. Alternatively, use the menu on the left to find the information you require.
Our Borough is home to number of visitor attractions, including stately homes, animal parks, churches, a compact museum and a vast (secret) nuclear bunker.
Brentwood is brimming with green spaces. Find out about your local parks, play areas and countryside sites.
Part of Brentwood's rich cultural heritage, there's lots of community-focussed events occurring throughout the year.
Find your perfect sport. Try your hand at football, golf, angling, bowls, rugby, skiing, cricket or handball, maybe try walking, riding or cycling. Find out what's on near you and the facilities available.
Find out about the many services Essex County Council provides to Brentwood such as libraries, schools and register of births, deaths and marriages. Also included in this section: local post offices, places of worship, Essex archives, halls to hire, allotments and more .....
Find out how the Council and its partners help to reduce crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour to ensure that Brentwood remains a safe place in which to live and work
Find out about Brentwood's strong cultural community and explore the Borough's entertainment venues.
From barbeque safety to winter preparedness or working at heights to giving up smoking, along with our partner organisations, we provide plenty of advice to keep you healthy and well.
Information for older people; from the newly retired to those who need support to live independently.
Find out what help is available for young people, what ways you can get involved in your community and what clubs and facilities are on offer.
Put your spare time to good use. We have a number of volunteering opportunities available or we can put you in touch with partner organisations with other worthwhile activities to support the community.
From advice agencies and employment services to Brentwood Talking Newspaper and FairTrade, there are many local organisations to help you and the community.