A woman from Southend is organising an egg-citing Easter Bonnet design competition in aid of Havens Hospices this Easter, as inspired by her personal connection to the charity.
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Leigh on Sea News
A £200 million ‘rescue package’ for hospices across the UK responding to the Coronavirus emergency has been welcomed by Havens Hospices, but the charity says it still needs the support of local communities.
The council and its recycling and waste contractor, Veolia, are reminding residents that if your collection day falls on Good Friday (10 April), your recycling and waste will be collected on Saturday 11 April instead.
The council is reminding visitors to stay away from the seaside again as Easter weekend approaches.
Gourmet Deli's Easter bundles are now available from the Leigh-on-Sea shop!
Due to the current climate and changes to household income due to Coronavirus, some children may now be eligible for free school meals.
The Friends of Leigh Library Gardens have received notification that they are a winner of a Leigh Town Council 2019/20 Good for Leigh award.
Residents are being urged not to leave their unwanted household items outside charity shops as they face the risk of being fined for fly-tipping.
A campaign telling people to stay away from the seaside as the weather improves has launched, as part of the council’s approach to tackling Coronavirus locally.
In light of the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, the Southend Business Improvement District (BID) has taken the decision to cancel the Southend Festival which was due to take place across the high street and seafront this Summer.
As we adapt to life under lock down, the little comforts we recently took for granted can start to seem that much more important...
This is a tough time for everyone in Leigh-on-Sea, especially for the many small businesses who have had to close shop recently. In response to this, Leigh-on-Sea is helping these businesses reach their customers with our new online shop.
Residents concerned about paying their council tax bills are being asked to contact the council for support and advice.
Small businesses, as well as companies in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors, now have the opportunity to apply for a grant to help them during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The council has set up a new distribution hub in Southend in order to provide the most vulnerable with essential supplies during the coronavirus pandemic.
The council has shut 10 local car parks in an attempt to deter people from social gatherings.
Havens Hospice is expanding its care and offering expertise to help alleviate pressure in the local NHS during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Being a parent can be challenging for anyone, but having a child with special needs adds another layer of stress and anxiety unimaginable until you have experienced it.
Following the Chancellor’s announcement on Friday 20th March 2020, the government announced plans to help pay the wages of employees not working, under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, but what does this actually mean? Roy Daby explains.
London Southend Airport is creating care packages for key NHS workers who are struggling to find food in supermarkets.