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Two new homes for part of arable field

The green light has been given for two new homes to be built in part of an arable field in Little Bentley.

Encouraging families to get moving this summer

Sports and leisure centres across Tendring are encouraging families to get moving this summer as part of a Government campaign to reduce obesity.

Volunteers praised for hard work in seafront gardens

Green-fingered volunteers have been praised for their efforts to help Clacton’s seafront gardens bloom.

Homeowners’ wish granted to downsize for retirement

A homeowner has been given the green light to build a new house in the garden of his Brightlingsea home ready for his retirement.

Go ahead for traveller pitch for Romany family

A traditional Romany gypsy family has been given the go ahead to set up a pitch on agricultural land in Weeley.

Extra time given for legal agreement to be signed off

Extra time has been given to complete a legal agreement over plans to build 25 new bungalows in Mistley.

Travellers leave Walton car park site

A group of Travellers have moved off an overspill car park site in Walton after staying there for around a week.

Development of almost 50 homes cleared after changes made

A significant development of almost 50 homes on the outskirts of Clacton has been given the all-clear after changes were made to the scheme.

New helipad facility takes off

A company’s bid to set up a temporary helipad to serve its offshore wind farms has taken off.

Flood resiliant home is rejected

Plans to knock down a holiday chalet and replace it with a three-storey home in Point Clear Bay have been rejected.

Seaside project highlights heritage on Tendring coast

The history of Tendring’s coastline is set to be brought to life through a series of free events supported by Essex County Council, Tendring District Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Four more aircraft unveiled for Clacton Airshow

Four more exciting aircraft have been unveiled for this year’s Clacton Airshow -making it one of the best ever line-ups.

Changes to plans for major development refused by Committee

Significant changes to plans for a major development in Mistley have been refused.

Successful Halloween Monster smash to be repeated

It may still be summer but in the depths of the dungeons at Clacton’s Princes Theatre they are already preparing for Halloween.

Tendring businesses: Help us to help you!

Help us to help you! That’s the message to businesses across Tendring in an effort to provide them with better support.

Teams announced for the OVO Energy Tour of Britain

The 20 teams for the 2017 OVO Energy Tour of Britain have today been announced, in a line-up that will feature ten UCI WorldTour teams, plus a further three squads that have competed in one of the two Grand Tours so far in 2017.

Clacton Beach Patrol rescue kite surfer

Clacton Beach Patrol rescued a windsurfer that had got into difficulty off the town’s beaches this afternoon.

Scheme for paddock land rejected

A proposal to build three new detached homes on paddock land in Ramsey has been turned down.

Summons served on travellers

A court summons was today served on Travellers who set up camp on an overspill car park site in Walton.

Revised scheme gets the green light

A revised proposal to build two new homes in Kirby-le-Soken has been given the green light.