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Title News Synopsis Release Date
Princes Theatre is the place to get your laughs

If you are after a good laugh then Clacton’s Princes Theatre is the place to go in the coming months.

24/03/2017
Homes on agricultural site refused

Plans to build three new homes on agricultural land in Great Bromley have been refused by Tendring District Council (TDC).

23/03/2017
Around the world without ever leaving your seat

An audience of around 500 people at Clacton’s Princes Theatre were taken around the world without ever having to leave their seat.

23/03/2017
Community hall benefits from upgraded toilet facilities

A popular community hall in Brightlingsea has benefited from more than a penny being spent on new toilets.

23/03/2017
Two new homes for garden of property

The all-clear has been given for two new homes to be built in the garden of a property in Ardleigh.

23/03/2017
Conference on financing your business growth

Businesses from across Tendring are being urged to make the most of an opportunity to boost their growth.

23/03/2017
Vacant site to be developed

Part of a former builder’s yard in Kirby Cross is to be developed for two new homes.

23/03/2017
Minute’s silence observed in TDC offices

A minute’s silence was observed by staff in Tendring District Council’s (TDC) offices today as a mark of respect for those who lost their lives in the terror attack at Parliament.

23/03/2017
Revised plans for two homes get green light

Revised plans for two new homes to be built on land in Kirby-le-Soken have been given the green light.

23/03/2017
Use of former guesthouses as houses in multiple occupation must stop

The fight to prevent two former guesthouses in Clacton town centre continuing to be used as houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) has been won.

23/03/2017
Agricultural land refused for small development

Hopes of developing agricultural land for four new homes in Tendring village have been dashed.

22/03/2017
Five home scheme would have adverse impact on rural area

A development of five new homes in Bradfield has been refused due to the adverse impact it would have on the area.

22/03/2017
New 14 home development rejected

A scheme to build up to 14 new homes on one hectare of grassland on the edge of Great Bromley has been rejected.

22/03/2017
Free composting event to bloom in Dovercourt

Just as keen gardeners prepare to get to work outdoors a composting event is set to bloom in Dovercourt.

22/03/2017
Tendring District Council receives national accolade over housing opportunities

Tendring District Council (TDC) has received national recognition for creating housing opportunities to support its residents and strengthen local communities.

21/03/2017
Gangsline coming to Tendring to support victims of gang culture

A national organisation set up ten years ago to support victims of gang culture is to work in the Tendring Community.

21/03/2017
Homes at back of village shop halted

Hopes of building two new homes at the back of a village shop have been dashed by a Government inspector.

21/03/2017
Final details agreed for village homes

The final details for two new homes to be built in Thorpe-le-Soken have been agreed by Tendring District Council (TDC).

21/03/2017
Two farm buildings become homes

Two farm buildings in Great Bentley which have already been converted into homes have been granted planning approval.

21/03/2017
Vandalised tree's replaced in Harwich

Three vandalised trees which died after having a poisonous substance poured into their trunks have been replaced at a cost of more than £500.

20/03/2017

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