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Title News Synopsis Release Date
Veterans and residents invited to two commemoration events

Armed forces veterans and residents are invited to stand side-by-side to mark two occasions later this month.

06/06/2018
Princes Theatre stages exams for aspiring drama students

Clacton’s Princes Theatre became an exam hall for two days last week as drama students performed for a prestigious national group.

05/06/2018
Princes Theatre stages exams for aspiring drama students

Clacton’s Princes Theatre became an exam hall for two days last week as drama students performed for a prestigious national group.

05/06/2018
Cyber security training rolled out for staff and members

A series of cyber security awareness sessions and follow up training videos have been rolled out for staff and councillors at Tendring District Council (TDC).

05/06/2018
Football club granted licence to sell alcohol

A football club in Holland-on-Sea has been granted a licence to serve alcohol and play music by Tendring District Council (TDC).

04/06/2018
Celebrations as Clacton Venetian Bridge work completed

Repairs to the 104-year-old Venetian Bridge in Clacton have been completed.

04/06/2018
Last chance to submit nominations for Tendring Youth Awards

There are just a few days left to submit nominations for the Tendring Youth Awards 2018.

04/06/2018
Plans for new housing development in West Clacton given the green light

Proposals for a development of up to 950 new homes along with a health centre, primary school and shops in west Clacton have been approved.

31/05/2018
Tommy statue installed in Manningtree at start of tour

A statue depicting a British ‘Tommy’ soldier has gone on display in Manningtree at the start of a tour of Tendring.

29/05/2018
Opinions sought on proposed changes to rules on houses in multiple occupation

A county-wide consultation is being held across Essex over proposed changes to the minimum standards for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO).

25/05/2018
Hotel chain plans for site in Harwich welcomed by Council

An announcement of plans by a national hotel chain to open a site in Harwich has been welcomed by Tendring District Council.

25/05/2018
Charity fundraiser wins leisure centre T-shirt in competition

A regular fundraiser at a Dovercourt leisure centre has won a T-shirt after she raised the most funds at a recent swimathon.

25/05/2018
Call for nominations to celebrate amazing young people in Tendring

Amazing young people will be celebrated at the Tendring Youth Awards in July – but only if they are nominated.

24/05/2018
Whitsun bank holiday changes to refuse and recycling collections in Tendring

Residents in Tendring are reminded that their refuse and recycling will be collected a day later next week following the Whitsun bank holiday on May 28.

24/05/2018
Calling Second World War veterans in Tendring – we need you!

A commemoration event is being staged in Tendring in July to bring Second World War veterans together.

24/05/2018
Call for nominations to celebrate amazing young people in Tendring

Amazing young people will be celebrated at the Tendring Youth Awards in July – but only if they are nominated.

24/05/2018
Statement from leader of council over M and S store closure announcement

A statement has been issued by Tendring District Council in response to the announcement by M and S of plans to close its store in Pier Avenue, Clacton, in 2019.

23/05/2018
Authorities exercise and test their response to major incident in Harwich Haven

Organisations tested their multi-agency response to a major incident in the waters around Harwich during a table-top exercise on Thursday, May 17.

22/05/2018
Manningtree Market lease set to be renewed for further five years

The operators of Manningtree Market are set to have their lease renewed for another five years.

21/05/2018
Tommy statue to go on tour as part of commorations marking 100 years since end of World War One

A statue of a ‘Tommy’, a First World War British soldier, is to tour around Tendring as part of a series of events marking 100 years since the end of the conflict.

21/05/2018

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