Hard & Harbour (Councillor Carr)

In company with Councillor Graham Chasney, we met with a group of our towns stakeholders to look at forming a partnership and creating an initiative of live public webcams in key areas of our town. 

Initial discussions were very positive, both Councillor Chasney and I have a strong desire to take this forward as a desire to strengthen town partnerships in tourism visitors and business’s in the town.

On Wednesday  19th February, the Heritage Pier Project group met to discuss the location boundary’s along with the design and engineering of the project.

Councillor Chasney and I have would like to instigate a paper showcasing the very strong and vibrant photography that many of our residents produce. Initial thoughts are to promote a desire to exhibit imagery that shows the vibrancy of Brightlingsea seen through today’s local image creators.  Our plan is to present this paper at a council meeting in the very near future.

Apologies were passed to the Harbour Commission for non attendance at their Harbour Open Evening as this clashed with our regular council meeting (20th February 2020).

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