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Title News Synopsis Release Date
Fundraising fun makes £550 for Breast Cancer Awareness

Staff and customers at two leisure centres joined in the fun and raised £550 for Breast Cancer Awareness.

20/10/2017
New secure parking area for haulage depot

A haulage depot in Tendring village has been given the green light to expand its operation.

20/10/2017
Improved design of development gets the nod

Revised plans for a development of five detached houses with garages in Tendring village have been given the nod.

20/10/2017
Farm shop can import meat to premises

The owners of a farm shop in Great Bromley have been given the all-clear to import meat to the premises.

19/10/2017
Business park gets go ahead to expand

A business park in Elmstead has been given the go ahead to expand with plans that could create around 160 new jobs.

19/10/2017
No to homes in agricultural field

Hopes of building four new homes in part of an agricultural field in Great Oakley have been dashed.

18/10/2017
Streets of Harwich to be lit up once again by festival

The streets of Harwich will be lit up once again next month with a festival aimed at promoting the town's strong links with the Mayflower ship.

18/10/2017
Revamped Crucial Crew will reach 1,200 children

More than 1,200 primary schoolchildren across Tendring are receiving vital advice and guidance on issues that affect their daily lives.

18/10/2017
All Honeycroft residents found suitable alternative accommodation

All 12 residents asked to move out of a sheltered housing scheme in Lawford due to a potential health risk have been found suitable alternative accommodation.

18/10/2017
Bungalow development refused

A scheme to build two new bungalows on land in Kirby Cross has been turned down by Tendring District Council (TDC).

18/10/2017
Clacton Airshow flies closer to breaking even

Clacton Airshow 2017 flew closer to breaking even with costs driven down by £20,000 on the previous year.

17/10/2017
Running to raise £4,000 for porridge and pens

The thought of running 13 miles is daunting enough but to do it in the blistering heat of Ghana is even more of a challenge.

17/10/2017
Beware of Council Tax scams

Residents across Tendring are being warned not to get caught out by Council Tax scams.

17/10/2017
Plans for two homes refused

Plans to build two new homes in the countryside outside Bradfield have been refused.

17/10/2017
Businesses’ fundraising boost for Stanley’s oasis

Businesses from across Tendring have helped boost a fund to raise money for a youngster with a rare form of muscular dystrophy by more than £2,300.

17/10/2017
Appeal for witnesses after beach huts blaze

An urgent appeal has been made following a blaze which destroyed four beach huts and damaged two others at Walton.

17/10/2017
2017 Chaps Chairty’s Clacton Prostate Cancer Screening Day

We are delighted to be returning to Clacton for our fourth annual event and are greatly indebted to the Rotary Club for their generous sponsorship and to the Clacton Masons for free use of their Temple.  This sponsorship allows us to provide FREE PSA blood tests to detect Prostate Cancer at an early, curable stage.

17/10/2017
Third information event for landlords in Tendring

An information event for landlords and managing agents in Tendring is being staged later this month.

17/10/2017
From fried fish to fried rice

A fish and chip shop in Clacton Town Centre is set to be turned into sit-down Chinese restaurant creating six jobs.

16/10/2017
Split decision over golf club plans

Frinton Golf Club has scored a hole in one with plans to turn a manger’s flat into five offices for staff at the site.

16/10/2017

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