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Leigh on Sea News
Residents of Southend-on-Sea need to make sure they register to vote by midnight tomorrow (Friday 12 April) so they can vote in the local elections this May.
On Thursday the 25th of April, the Beecroft Art Gallery is hosting an exclusive evening talk exploring fashion photography and counter-cultures with noted fashion photographer, Tessa Hallmann and muse, Mark Dooris.
Record numbers of visitors are coming to Southend’s shores and they are staying here for longer, the town’s tourism leaders have heard.
Southend YMCA Community School is celebrating a ‘good’ Ofsted result following a short inspection.
Southend’s popular live music series “Music in the Park” returns to Priory Park on Easter Sunday.
A local property owner who did not follow their approved planning permission has been fined £25,000.
Over two tonnes of unsafe and counterfeit items seized over criminal investigations led by the council’s trading standards team has this week been disposed of.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council will launch a new sexual health service on Monday 1 April in partnership with Provide and Southend University Hospital.
More than £500,000 has been allocated to Southend-on-Sea to fund services tackling the issue of rough sleeping.
A brand new skatepark will open in summer 2019 after the proposed design was approved by the council’s planning team.
Residents, businesses and community groups have just under two weeks to have their say on the borough’s future plans.
The importance of human relationships was the focus of World Social Work Day at Southend-on-Sea Borough Council.
Disposing of garden waste is now easier than ever thanks to the council and Veolia updated their online portal.
Cabinet members have agreed to spend an additional £730,000 for one-off schemes and projects across Southend-on-Sea.
In just under two weeks, a local Dementia Community Support Team will learn if it has won ‘Team of the Year’ in the coveted LGC awards, which recognise the best of local government innovation and service delivery.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council has agreed its budget for 2019/20 that will help the borough to deliver its shared ambition for the future.
New planters, lighting columns and benches are being installed at the town-centre end of London Road as part of a project to improve access and create a more attractive gateway to the town.
Residents, businesses and community groups are invited to shape the development of the borough over the next 20 years.
A new grant scheme has been launched to help out those running projects that promote sustainable travel.