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Title News Synopsis Release Date
Appeal for witnesses following beach hut vandalism

An urgent appeal has been made for witnesses and information following a trail of destruction carried out at 27 beach huts in Frinton at the weekend.

28/11/2016
Working parties demonstrate size of financial challenge ahead

Four new working parties set up to tackle a three year budget gap of £4.765 million in Tendring have demonstrated the sheer size of the challenge ahead.

28/11/2016
Work started to secure and tidy eyesore site

The owner of an eyesore site in Parkeston has started to tidy it up and make it secure.

25/11/2016
Board Meeting to be held in public – 29 November 2016

North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will be holding its next Board meeting in Clacton on Tuesday 29 November 2016.

 

24/11/2016
Seawall at Jaywick Sands gets major facelift

The wall running along Brooklands seafront at Jaywick Sands is getting a major clean up.

24/11/2016
Developer wins appeal for up to 50 homes

A Government Inspector has given the all-clear for a development of up to 50 new homes on a field in Elmstead Market.

24/11/2016
Pig Floyd reunited with owners after trotting away from home

Recycling officer Adam McGoldrick got more than he bargained for when he was out on his rounds in Holland-on-Sea today.

24/11/2016
Organisers hoping for big turnout for Mayflower 400 event

Organisers are hoping for a large turnout for a special event being staged in Harwich this weekend as part of the lead up to 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage.

23/11/2016
Residents’ calls to protect open spaces will be investigated

Calls from residents in Clacton for their open spaces to be protected from incursions by Travellers are to be investigated.

23/11/2016
Demand for crackdown on speeding in Tendring

Tendring District Councillors have called on Essex Police to crackdown on speeding motorists across their patch.

23/11/2016
Ian clocks up 1,000 Council meetings

Ian Ford, Tendring District Council’s (TDC) Committee Services Manager, clocked up his 1,000th meeting last night.

23/11/2016
Stevi enjoys a day out in home town with Princes Theatre panto cast

X Factor star Stevi Ritchie enjoyed a day out and about in his home town of Colchester to meet fans and promote Sleeping Beauty at Clacton’s Princes Theatre.

22/11/2016
Green light for two homes in St Osyth

Tendring District Council (TDC) has agreed to the principal of development on the site at the back of numbers 104 and 106 Point Clear Road.

22/11/2016
Veto for homes scheme on part of egg production site

Plans to build up to four homes on part of a large egg production unit in Great Bromley have been rejected.

22/11/2016
Plans for new flat get the go ahead

A scheme to create an extra three-bedroom flat on a building in Frinton has been given the go ahead.

22/11/2016
Chicken sheds to make way for bungalow

A number of old commercial chicken sheds are to be demolished to make way for a new bungalow in Ardleigh.

21/11/2016
Home extension granted on appeal

A first floor extension for a home in Walton has been given the all-clear by a Government Inspector.

21/11/2016
More than £1,500 raised at TDC leisure centres for Children in Need

It was a hectic few days at sports and leisure centres across Tendring as staff and customers raised more than £1,500 for Children in Need.

21/11/2016
Blue Ribbon business awards will be back

The successful Tendring Blue Ribbon business awards are set to return next year - and will be even bigger and better.

21/11/2016
Agreement reached to secure future of St Osyth Priory

Major repairs costing more than £7million will be carried out at St Osyth Priory after an agreement was reached today between the owners and Tendring District Council (TDC).

 

18/11/2016

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