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|Heritage trail launches to mark Clacton's birthday||
A ribbon was cut today (Friday, 16 July) to official open a new heritage trail marking 150 years of Clacton-on-Sea.
|Consultation to begin on modifications to Section Two of emerging Local Plan||
A consultation launches this week on proposed changes to the blueprint for future development in Tendring.
|World's best teams confirmed for 2021 Women's Tour||
Twelve of the world’s top 15 teams will be among those in action at this year’s Women’s Tour (Monday 4 – Saturday 9 October), the UK’s most prestigious women’s cycle race.
|Installation to get underway of Clacton 150 Heritage Trail||
Totem poles telling the story of Clacton’s history will be installed around the town this week as part of its anniversary celebrations.
|Planning applications to be shared with town and parish councils by email||
Details of planning applications made to Tendring District Council (TDC) are now being shared with local councils via email instead of post.
|Celebrate strength of young people in district with Tendring Youth Awards||
Time is running out to make nominations for this year’s Tendring Youth Awards.
|Town centre multi-storey car park to re-open after works||
Clacton’s multi-storey car park will re-open this week after resurfacing works were carried out.
|Plans approved for new workspace facility in Jaywick Sands||
A project to build a workspace facility, covered market and community garden in Jaywick Sands has taken a step forward after being granted planning permission.
|Sea Swim safety lessons return to Tendring||
Training sessions teaching young people to safely swim in the sea are returning to the district this summer.
|Tours to celebrate Princes Theatre's 90th anniversary||
Tours are being held of Clacton’s historic Princes Theatre to mark the venue’s 90th anniversary.
|Tendring's Local Plan takes another step forward||
The blueprint for future development in Tendring is taking an important step forward this summer following positive recommendations from a government-appointed Planning Inspector.
|Rainbow flag flies above Clacton Town Hall to mark Pride||
A rainbow flag is flying at Clacton Town Hall to mark Global Pride Day.
|Wellbeing hubs to support good mental health in schools rolled out after successful pilot||
Twenty-one schools in Tendring and Colchester are opening up new Wellbeing Hubs after a successful pilot scheme.
|Flag flies at Clacton Town Hall to commemorate Armed Forces Day||
Tendring District Council (TDC) has raised a special flag at Clacton Town Hall to honour the Armed Forces.
|Street Tag activity game comes to town as part of Clacton 150||
A game encouraging people to walk, run and cycle between checkpoints is coming to Clacton this summer – with the town converted to a virtual playground.
|New grants available for event organisers in Tendring||
Grants of up to £1,000 are available to encourage events to be held in Tendring and support local traders and performers.
|Bid made for £20million to improve Clacton town centre||
A bid has been put into government for £20million to fund improvements to Clacton town centre.
|Cliff stabilisation scheme to get underway this month||
Work to stabilise a section of cliffs in Holland-on-Sea will get underway later this month.
|Popular internet safety talk for parents returns||
A free internet safety information session for parents is coming back to Tendring.
|Award for seven Tendring car parks in safety scheme||
Seven car parks within Tendring district have been awarded a safety accreditation.