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Home plans rejected at appeal

Hopes of building three new homes and converting a garage into living accommodation in Clacton have been dashed.

Half term restructure of Tendring's Cabinet

A half term restructure of Tendring District Council’s (TDC) Cabinet has taken place to steer the organisation through the next two years.

Tendring can continue to boast four Green Flags

Four prestigious Green Flags will once again be flying high this year at open spaces across Tendring.

Inspector vetoes development in field

A Government inspector has put the brakes on a five-home development in a field in Bradfield.

Action starts to evict travellers from playing field

Action is underway to evict a small group of Travellers from a playing field near two schools in Clacton.

Children on track to get a funfilled day to remember

Disadvantaged children from London are being treated to a special day out to the seaside by steam train as part of celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of Walton Railway Station.

Planned improvements to Millennium Square approved

Approval has been given by Tendring District Council’s (TDC) Cabinet for a £90,000 scheme of improvements to go ahead in Walton’s Millennium Square.

Popular car park is first to provide charging point

Tendring District Council (TDC) has installed its first electric vehicle charging point in the High Street car park in Clacton.

Tendring’s World War Two veterans honoured

Clacton’s Princes Theatre went back in time today to honour the District’s war heroes with a special tea dance.

Year six children inspired to be in this world

Forty-five Year six children from Sir Martin Frobisher Academy in Jaywick Sands have finished their year on a high by having their collective works published.

Helping our community stay safe for Summer

Members of the Community Safety Partnership have spent the morning in Clacton Town Centre giving out advice on how to stay safe over the coming season.

Exciting night flights make welcome return to Clacton Airshow 2017

Exciting night flights will be returning to Clacton Airshow 2017 with three different displays performing over the town’s beaches to thrill fans.

Extra home allowed on village site

Consent has been given for an extra home to be built on a site in Great Holland.

All clear for four retail units to become homes

Four retail units which have stood empty for more than eight years are to be turned into new homes.

Tendring’s young people are an inspiration

The amazing achievements and stories of Tendring’s young people proved an inspiration at a special awards ceremony held last night.

Back garden home refused consent

Hopes of knocking down stables, a garage, store and mobile home to be replaced with a new property have been dashed.

Flowers laid at Police Officer’s memorial on fifth anniversary of his murder

Flowers have been laid at the memorial stone of a Clacton Police Officer on the fifth anniversary of his murder.

Homes plan for livery site refused

Plans to build three new detached homes on a livery site in Ardleigh have been refused

Rebuild of house in Clacton gas explosion complete

A house which was destroyed in a gas explosion in Clacton has been completely rebuilt and will soon have a new tenant living there.

New hot food takeaway on the menu

A new hot food takeaway business looks on the menu for premises in Clacton’s Carnarvon Road.