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Proposed taxi fare increase approved

Proposals to increase taxi fares in Tendring have been given the go-ahead by councillors.

Pupils tell drivers ‘Twenty’s Plenty’ past schools as new posters unveiled

New signs urging drivers to reduce their speed to 20mph past schools in Tendring have been revealed after a poster competition.

Extra policing in Clacton over summer after additional funding put in place

Officers will be spending more time on the beat in Clacton town centre during the summer holidays after £20,000 of additional funding was provided by Tendring District Council (TDC) and Essex Police.

Clean up shows how much we Love Clacton

A special clean-up of Clacton town centre has been taking place this week ahead of the school summer holidays.

Lords visit Clacton as part of study into seaside regeneration

Six members of the House of Lords Select Committee on Regenerating Seaside Towns visited Tendring today as part of its inquiry into the complex challenges faced by seaside towns.

Beach Hut Association Frinton Family Fun Day

Frinton Beach Hut Association is throwing open its doors with the help of Tendring District Council and the Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service to provide children, young people and families with a summer fun day out.

Return of beside the seaside extravaganza

The summer holidays kick off in style this weekend with the return of the Beside the Seaside festival in Clacton.

Volunteers help Tendring retain four Green Flags

Tendring has been recognised with four Green Flag awards by Keep Britain Tidy.

Historical experience of Tendring towns

People are invited to join historical guided heritage walks in Clacton and Frinton over the summer.

Cabinet votes to demolish Honeycroft sheltered housing scheme

Senior councillors have voted today (Friday, July 13) for the demolition of a sheltered housing scheme in Lawford.

Celebration to mark Junior Wardens project first term ending

Dancing, music and culture will feature at a celebration event marking the end of the first term of the Tendring Junior Wardens’ project.

Tendring Youth Awards celebrate our community stars

The third Tendring Youth Awards were held last week showcasing and rewarding the inspirational talent and achievement of Tendring’s young people.

Auditions invite to budding young theatre stars for thought-provoking play

Auditions take place next week for the next Princes Acting Centre (PAC) production, being put together over the summer holidays.

Travellers given notice to leave Holland Haven

A group of travellers who pitched up at Holland Haven Country Park have been ordered to leave by police.

Celebration of Tendring’s Second World War veterans

For the fourth time, Tendring District Council (TDC) teamed up with the Royal British Legion (RBL) Clacton-on-Sea branch to organise the annual afternoon tea dance at Clacton’s Princes Theatre for Second World War veterans in our community.

Clacton Town Hall to fly English flag on St George’s Day

The St George’s flag will be flown at Clacton Town Hall on St George’s Day after councillors agreed to the move.

Council united in calls to dual Tendring stretch of A120

Councillors have backed calls for the A120 through Tendring to be upgraded to a dual carriageway.

Public to be asked views on polling arrangements

A consultation begins later this month on where polling districts – and polling stations – are located during elections in Tendring.

Excitement building for 2018 Tendring Youth Awards

Youngsters who do great things in the community will be honoured at the Tendring Youth Awards later this week.

Cost of tackling unauthorised traveller sites is money well spent

Tendring District Council (TDC) officers, alongside the Essex Countywide Traveller Unit (ECTU) and security contractors, have worked hard over the weekend to secure public land and to protect and reassure residents after several groups of travellers set up unauthorised encampments in the district.