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Large crowd turns out for unveiling of memorial garden to mark first civilian deaths on mainland Britain

Around 100 people turned out for the unveiling of a memorial garden to mark the 77th anniversary of the first two civilian deaths of the Second World War on the British mainland.

Reminders to be sent out over use of holiday chalets

Residents are set to receive important reminders over the unauthorised use of holiday homes at Point Clear Bay - and are being urged to respond.

More than 50 new lifesavers in less than one week

More than 50 new lifesavers were trained up in just five days to be able to use specialised equipment.

Amended scheme for caravan park agreed

Changes to plans for a caravan park in Weeley have been given the all-clear.

Plans for house on former landfill site rejected

A scheme to build a new house in the back garden of a property in Clacton has been refused.

Make your vote count on May 4

Residents in Tendring will be heading to the polls for the Essex County Council elections next week and they are being urged to make sure they have their say.

Residents in Harwich will be better connected

A new telecommunications mast, dishes and equipment have been given the green light for a site in Harwich.

'Know the Signs’ campaign event helps spread the message

A new ‘Know the Signs’ campaign to help spread an important message about lung cancer in Jaywick Sands has been praised.

Tendring Youth Awards return for 2017

Following last year’s success the Tendring Youth Awards are back for 2017 to celebrate the achievements of young people in the District.

Ensuring Tendring's town centres stay safe, tidy and thrive

Businesses across Tendring are being urged to keep streets safe and tidy for pedestrians while fully marketing themselves to attract customers.

Tendring youngsters have chance to appear in professional panto

Youngsters from across Tendring have the chance to appear in this year’s professional panto at Clacton’s Princes Theatre.

Town Centre shop to become takeaway

A retail unit in Clacton Town Centre is all set to become a takeaway.

New barn agreed for paddock land

A new barn looks set to be built on paddock and grazing land in Beaumont.

Small development in countryside agreed

A small development of four new homes with garages and parking has been given the green light in the countryside.

Cash boost for Tendring specialist stroke services

A charity in Tendring has received a much-needed cash boost of £5,000 to buy new equipment.

Hopes of building ten new homes dashed

Hopes of building a new development of ten homes in Thorrington have been dashed.

Chickens make way for vehicles

A former poultry business in Ardleigh looks set to make way for the storage, maintenance and repair of vehicles.

On-street parking arrangements look set to continue in Tendring

The current on-street parking arrangements in Tendring look set to continue – provided the terms are right.

New plan drawn up to manage Council property effectively

A new plan to manage Tendring District Council’s (TDC) property effectively so that it can deliver on its priorities has been welcomed.

Pub in Little Oakley is a community asset

Ye Olde Cherry Tree pub in Little Oakley is to be registered as an asset of community value.