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Title News Synopsis Release Date
Vacant town centre shop to become restaurant

A vacant shop in Clacton town centre is set to become a two-storey restaurant creating around 15 new jobs.

24/10/2017
Princes Theatre stages Wedding Fair this weekend

Around 20 businesses have booked space at Clacton’s Princes Theatre Wedding Fair this weekend.

24/10/2017
Use it properly – or lose it!

Use it properly or you will lose it! That’s the message to youngsters in Harwich and Dovercourt who play football on the town’s all-weather pitch.

24/10/2017
New home for empty site in Jaywick Sands

A new three-storey detached home looks set to be built on an empty double plot in Jaywick Sands.

24/10/2017
Final go ahead for development of almost 50 homes

The way is now clear for a significant development of almost 50 homes on the outskirts of Clacton.

24/10/2017
Firm’s new storage building rejected

Plans to build a new storage building for a firm in Wix have been rejected due to the affect they will have on a number of listed buildings.

24/10/2017
Out with the old and in with the new

Contractors are facing a race against time to get more than 300 new seats installed at Clacton’s Princes Theatre ready for the next big event.

24/10/2017
Second Monster’s Ball is even more of a monster smash

It certainly wasn’t a night for the faint-hearted as a whole host of ghosts, ghouls, werewolves, zombies and witches descended on Clacton’s Princes Theatre.

23/10/2017
Tips published for people with long term conditions on how to stay well over winter

Clinicians across Colchester and Tendring have published some tips for local people living with long term conditions to stay well over winter.

23/10/2017
Staff get insight into living with dementia

It is extremely difficult for anyone with a healthy brain to experience or try to understand what it is like to have dementia.

23/10/2017
Landlord convicted over illegal eviction

The conviction of a Clacton landlord for an illegal eviction has been welcomed.

23/10/2017
Fundraising fun makes £550 for Breast Cancer Awareness

Staff and customers at two leisure centres joined in the fun and raised £550 for Breast Cancer Awareness.

20/10/2017
New secure parking area for haulage depot

A haulage depot in Tendring village has been given the green light to expand its operation.

20/10/2017
Improved design of development gets the nod

Revised plans for a development of five detached houses with garages in Tendring village have been given the nod.

20/10/2017
Business park gets go ahead to expand

A business park in Elmstead has been given the go ahead to expand with plans that could create around 160 new jobs.

19/10/2017
Farm shop can import meat to premises

The owners of a farm shop in Great Bromley have been given the all-clear to import meat to the premises.

19/10/2017
No to homes in agricultural field

Hopes of building four new homes in part of an agricultural field in Great Oakley have been dashed.

18/10/2017
Revamped Crucial Crew will reach 1,200 children

More than 1,200 primary schoolchildren across Tendring are receiving vital advice and guidance on issues that affect their daily lives.

18/10/2017
Streets of Harwich to be lit up once again by festival

The streets of Harwich will be lit up once again next month with a festival aimed at promoting the town's strong links with the Mayflower ship.

18/10/2017
All Honeycroft residents found suitable alternative accommodation

All 12 residents asked to move out of a sheltered housing scheme in Lawford due to a potential health risk have been found suitable alternative accommodation.

18/10/2017

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