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Planning Committee update

The next Planning Committee Meeting was scheduled to be held on Thursday 2nd April 2020.  However due to Covid-19, no meetings of the town council are taking place. The Council believes strongly that the public should be able to continue to make appropriate comments...

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Beach Hut recovery postponed

Tendring Council has informed Brightlingsea Town Council that the operation to move beach huts that were dislodged during the recent tidal surge has been cancelled. The work was due to start this week, but TDC's engineering staff would have been unable to carry out...

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Coronavirus – Town Council Update

The Town Council office staff are working from home, a rota has been formed for our grounds staff to carry out regular checks/maintenance on council owned property, but all council staff  are on call for any eventuality,  The playgrounds at the Bayard Recreation...

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Closure of Church Road

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14(1) Temporary Traffic Regulation Order of Church Road, Brightlingsea Please click on the following link https://one.network/?tm=116511226 to find details of the intended closure of Church Road, due to commence on 24th March...

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Closure of Church Road

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14(1) Temporary Traffic Regulation Order of Church Road, Brightlingsea Please click on the following link https://one.network/?tm=116511226 to find details of the intended closure of Church Road, due to commence on 24th March...

First Bus statement on coronavirus

The Managing Director of First Bus, Giles Fearnley, has issued the following statement with regard to bus transport and the coronavirus

Parish Hall closure

The Parish Hall will be closed from Tuesday, March 17th 2020 until further notice. This is to protect our staff and members of the public from the risk of Covid 19. Any enquiries can be directed via telephone - 01206 303535 – or email - townclerk@bseatc.org.uk. Thank...

Hedge planting enhances our environment

After consultation between EWD Ltd, Brightlingsea Town Council, Tendring District Council and Brightlingsea Nature Network, a planting initiative was started on the 7th March to enhance a meadow area on land adjacent to Morse’s Lane and Warrens Pond. EWD Ltd, one of...

CORONAVIRUS Covid-19: Government guidance

The government has published a series of guidance documents for dealing with the threat of Covid 19. Click the headings to download. • General Public Advice • Advice to employers and businesses • Handwashing Techniques • Home Isolation Advice • Returning from Northern...

Commonwealth commemoration at War Memorial

On Monday 9th March at 9.50am there will be a short ceremony at the War Memorial in Victoria Place, to commemorate Commonwealth Day.  A personal message from the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, The Right Honourable Patricia Scotland QC, and a specially written...

Help the hedge planters

The Brightlingsea Nature Network will be planting hedges on Morses Meadow on Saturday, March 7 from 10.30am-12.30pm. To get there, take the footpath off Red Barn Road and walk down to towards Warrens Pond next to the EWD fence. Volunteers are asked to bring gloves,...

Nominations open for Tendring Youth Awards

Nominations are open for the fifth Tendring Youth Awards. The awards aim to celebrate achievements by inspiring young people who live, study or work in Tendring, across a wide range of categories, as well as the youth groups and adults who support them. Award...

Tourism & Communication – February 2020

Tourism (Councillor Chasney) Community Cinema Sponsorship The Council will sponsor the showing of Mrs Lowry & Son on 3rd April. An advertisement is being prepared to be projected onto the screen. We are looking forward to a good attendance. Visit Essex website...

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