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Your views wanted to shape future of open spaces

Views are being sought on open spaces across Tendring to help shape future provision.

Reminder from Beach Patrol that alcohol and the sea do not mix

Beach safety teams are reminding visitors to the seaside to Respect the Water when visiting the coastline.

Invitation to Tendring Youth Awards AGM

The organising committee of the Tendring Youth Awards is inviting people and partners to attend its annual general meeting.

Contractors appointed to build Jaywick Sands workspace development

Contractors have been appointed for a multi-million pound commercial workspace development within Jaywick Sands.

Free business support for firms in mid and North Essex goes live

A series of free business support packages, helping firms with topics such as finance, low carbon and digital skills, has gone live in mid and North Essex.

Council condemns Russian aggression in Ukraine

Tendring District Council (TDC) has condemned the actions of Russia in Ukraine.

Exciting events calendar takes shape across Tendring

A bumper line-up of events is shaping up across Tendring, in a boost for local residents, businesses and tourists alike.

Clacton to host spectacular Tour Series round in May

The Tour Series, the fun, free and family-friendly cycling event, will put on a spectacular show by the sea this spring when it heads to Clacton.

Historic Harwich lit up by 2022 Illuminate Festival

Crowds enjoyed a carnival atmosphere in Historic Harwich for this year’s Illuminate Festival.

Promenade re-opens following completion of 2.25million cliff stabilisation scheme

Two sections of promenade along the Clacton and Holland-on-Sea seafront have opened after a multi-million pound engineering scheme to stabilise the cliffs was completed.

Funding to help jobseekers train as HGV drivers

Funding is being provided by Tendring District Council (TDC) to support jobseekers in the area to train as lorry drivers.

Memorial trees planted to honour refugees from the Kindertransport

Two native oak trees have been planted in the Harwich area as part of a nationwide campaign to mark the 80th anniversary of the Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR) - the national charity providing social and welfare services to Holocaust refugees and survivors in the UK.

Pupils given the special effects treatment during Princes Theatre visit

Pupils from Alresford Primary School learnt about special effects during a tour of Clacton’s Princes Theatre.

Schoolchildren make lanterns to light way in Illuminate procession

Schoolchildren from across Harwich have been making eight large lanterns to join with the torch-lit procession at this week’s Illuminate Festival.

Council signs Family Friendly Employer Charter

Tendring District Council has shown its commitment to being a flexible workplace by signing up to the Family Friendly Employer Charter.

Exciting elite cycle event proposed for Clacton

A proposal has been set out to bring an elite professional cycling event to Clacton later this Spring.

Why not kickstart a weekend away in Historic Harwich with Illuminate Festival?

Visitors heading to Harwich for the sparkling Illuminate Festival are being encouraged to extend their stay in the historic town.

Cameras to be installed to help keep Clacton swimmers safe

The pool at Clacton Leisure Centre will have a camera system installed to help lifeguards keep swimmers safe.

Commonwealth Flag flies at Clacton Town Hall

A different flag is flying at Tendring District Council’s (TDC) Clacton Town Hall today (Monday, 14 March) to mark Commonwealth Day 2022.

New town crier for Historic Harwich starts role with fresh livery

Historic Harwich’s new town crier has got stuck into his role bedecked in a bespoke, locally-made livery.