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Whoever said that pancakes were for eating once a year got it so wrong....
A family run business with over 65 years experience, one of Leigh's longest standing estate agencies let's you know who they're and what they're about... just in case you didn't!
Southchurch Hall is opening its doors for a free day of discovery during Heritage Open Days 2018
Police were called out to a brawl on Monday night in Hamlet Court Road following reports of groups of people attacking one another.
Shoebury burglaries see's Showbuey teenager jailed
Legal Eagle Q&A: My gran has offered to give me £10,000 deposit towards a flat but a friend told me that I won’t be able to get a mortgage if it is a gift. Is that true?
Win a pair of tickets to one of their sell out Masterclasses!
I'm so sorry to any of you who have outdoor plans this August that are being rained off. Genuinely
Free bike storage is being offered to employers across south Essex in an effort to encourage more people to cycle to work. This is funded from the Department for Transport’s Access Fund, which we are pleased to be able to use to benefit our region.
Visitors to old Leigh will be able to find out about how they can do their bit to reduce marine pollution this week.
A giant artwork featuring a rocket made entirely of locally picked litter is being created on the hoardings of a seafront carpark.
Council officers have shut down a second property in Southend being used by a gang in the supply of drugs.
The Forum, Southend is now accepting applications to our Selection Panel, to plan the programme of exhibitions in the Forum Space for April 2019 - March 2020.
“Often, all I ever want is some perfectly grilled fish and buttered new potatoes”. A quote from Rick Steins ‘Seafood Odyssey’.
Easyjet announce new route to a popular European City!
A man has denied watching a child at a urinal and sexually assaulting him at McDonold's in Southend.
Step off the streets of West London and into the streets of the Wild West... have you got what it takes?
Southend residents are being asked to give their views on how their sexual health needs could best be met, as the council reviews how it provides these services.