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Around 700 enjoy free family fun day at CLC

Around 700 people of all ages made the most of a free family fun day at Clacton Leisure Centre (CLC) on Sunday.

Plans for home on part of playing field thrown out

Hopes of building a new home on part of a playing field site in Clacton have been dashed.

Seek safety advice to ensure your event is a success

Event organisers in Tendring are being urged to seek valuable safety and management advice to ensure their big day ends up being a big success.

Substation to be built for new homes on priory site

Plans to build a substation on land at St Osyth Priory to provide power for 72 new properties have been given the green light.

Statement of accounts 2016/17

Our statement of accounts 2016/17 have been published.

New home scheme refused

A scheme to demolish a mobile home and redundant shed and replace them with a new home in a rural location in Tendring has been rejected.

It’s safe to park in Tendring and that’s official!

Eight car parks in Tendring have been given top marks following an independent safety check.

Home for manager at stables

A stable manager at a site in Alresford looks set to get a bungalow on the land to carry out his job effectively.

Community Garden Group To Celebrate With Open Day

A community garden group is set to celebrate another year of growth with a special open day at its site in Jaywick Sands.

Appeal lost over homes in the countryside

A Government inspector has dismissed an appeal over plans to build three new detached homes in the countryside.

Residents Take Chance To Learn More About Draft Local Plan

Residents from the Frinton and Walton area turned out for a special exhibition yesterday to learn more about Tendring’s Draft Local Plan


Free Advice Drop-In Surgery For Businesses In Tendring

A free advice drop-in surgery is being held for businesses in Tendring next week.

Former Post Office Gets Stamp Of Approval As Granny Annex

A former village post office has been given the stamp of approval to be turned into a granny annex.

More than 200 advert signs removed around Tendring in one day

A crackdown has been launched on illegal advert signs on the highways around Tendring with more than 200 removed on the first day.

Talks progressing on bringing motor sport event to Tendring

Talks are on-going in the bid to bring a money-spinning motor sport event to Tendring next year.

Company’s plans for new offices and fisherman’s lodge have been sunk

Hopes of Anglian Water Services Ltd creating new offices for 150 staff on a grassed area at Ardleigh Reservoir have been sunk.

Hopes for five new homes dashed

A scheme to demolish commercial and agricultural buildings to make way for five detached new homes has been thwarted.

Plans for home in open countryside rejected

A scheme to build a new house in the open countryside in Kirby Cross has been rejected.

Small development on farmland turned down

A small development of five detached homes on farmland in Ardleigh has been turned down.

Major development on edge of village refused

A major development of homes, care units, holiday units and a health centre on the edge of Thorpe has been refused.