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Four top animal welfare RSPCA gongs awarded to Tendring District Council

Teams at Tendring District Council (TDC) have picked up four animal welfare awards from the RSPCA – including a prestigious platinum award.

10/09/2018
Find out more about dealing with fly tipping and dog fouling at Harwich advice day

Harwich and Dovercourt residents can find out what they can do to help Tendring District Council (TDC) tackle fly-tipping and dog fouling during an advice day.

10/09/2018
Town centre toilets to remain free under proposals as Brightlingsea facilities set to get £130k refurbishment

Public toilets in Clacton town centre are set to remain free to use under plans put forward to a meeting next week - while facilities in Brightlingsea are set for refurbishment.

06/09/2018
Heritage programmes found in late Princes Theatre-goer's home

Historical programmes from Clacton’s Princes Theatre, dating back more than 60 years, have been added to the venue’s archive after they were rescued from a theatre-lover’s home.

06/09/2018
Rogue landlords could face fines for poor properties

Rogue landlords could face fines of up to £30,000 if they fail to maintain their properties under new powers being considered by Tendring District Council (TDC).

06/09/2018
Business breakfast helps Tendring firms look to future growth

More than 30 local firms attended a business breakfast event run by Tendring District Council’s Regeneration team yesterday morning (Tuesday, September 4).

05/09/2018
Huge variety of pathways on offer with the armed forces at Tendring Jobs and Careers Fair

Soldiers, sailors and support crews for the future of Britain’s Armed Forces could be uncovered at the Tendring Jobs and Careers Fair next month.

04/09/2018
Young people paint colourful murals in Dovercourt Park

A group of young people have spent their summer holidays painting murals in a Dovercourt park to help brighten up the area.

03/09/2018
Fun for all the family at Manningtree Sports Centre open day

Families had a chance to try the activities on offer at Manningtree Sports Centre as part of an open day held at the weekend.

03/09/2018
Council supports Merchant Navy Day and Emergency Services Day

A special red ensign was flown at Clacton Town Hall today (Monday, September 3) as Tendring District Council (TDC) marked Merchant Navy Day.

03/09/2018
Authority confirms it is not working with company over council tax bands

Tendring District Council (TDC) is confirming to residents that it is not working with a company over re-evaluating bands for council tax rates.

30/08/2018
Young actors’ summer play opens to audiences next week

A sharp-witted play addressing issues of ageing and millennial angst will be staged at Clacton’s Princes Theatre next week.

29/08/2018
Exciting Princes Theatre Autumn programme unveiled

The Autumn programme for Clacton’s Princes Theatre has been released – and it is set to be an amazing season.

28/08/2018
Top flight displays thrill more than 100,000 airshow fans

A rich variety of colourful flight displays thrilled more than 100,000 fans who packed the beaches and seafront for the first day of the Clacton Airshow.

23/08/2018
Travellers turn up on official Airshow car park

Two caravans of Travellers have pitched up on the official car park site for the Clacton Airshow.

22/08/2018
Changes agreed to highways works for major housing development

A new programme of highways works for a 950 home development in Clacton has been agreed.

22/08/2018
Housing and school scheme for agricultural land put on hold

Plans to build 280 new homes, a primary school and early year’s nursery on an agricultural site earmarked for development have been put on hold for the time being.

22/08/2018
HMO in Harwich rejected

Plans to turn a five bedroom home in Harwich into a house in multiple occupation (HMO) have been rejected.

22/08/2018
Reducing height and bulk of home gets thumbs up

Plans for a new home in Point Clear Bay have got the thumbs up after the building was reduced in height and bulk.

22/08/2018
Developer’s plans to build 84 homes on village site put on ice

A developer’s plans to build 84 new homes on land on the edge of Alresford village have been put on ice for further negotiation.

22/08/2018

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