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Gravel Field Community Clear-Up

If you'd like to help keep the Gravel Field off Robinson Road tidy, there's a Community Clear-Up taking place on Saturday, July 25 from 10am to midday. All are welcome and bags will be provided.

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Sydney Street to be closed for repairs

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14(1) Temporary Traffic Regulation Order of Sydney Street, Brightlingsea  Please click on the following link https://one.network/?tm=117531576 to find details of the intended closure of Sydney Street, due to commence on 6th...

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Face masks required for bus passengers

Face masks required for bus passengers

First Bus has announced that from 15th June passengers must wear a face covering or mask when travelling on its buses, in line with new government rules. From this week, the company has also begun using a new, long-lasting sanitising treatment across its entire fleet,...

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Essex Highways report

Essex Highways has published its latest report on repairs and other aspects of the county's road network. To download a copy, click here.

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Prescription deliveries to be phased out

The Government’s recent announcement to ease the lockdown means that everyone can now get out more. Relatives who had to stay away can now meet up and help each other with their shopping and prescriptions. From the 15th June we will be phasing out the delivery of...

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Essex Highways report

Essex Highways has published its latest report on repairs and other aspects of the county's road network. To download a copy, click here.

Prescription deliveries to be phased out

The Government’s recent announcement to ease the lockdown means that everyone can now get out more. Relatives who had to stay away can now meet up and help each other with their shopping and prescriptions. From the 15th June we will be phasing out the delivery of...

More buses for essential journeys

Following recent guidance from the government, First Bus is now running more buses to provide more seats for keyworkers and essential journeys. 

Crabbing forbidden on Town Jetty

Crabbing on the Town Jetty is not permitted due to current Covid 19 Social Distancing measures. The Harbour in consultation with Brightlingsea town council decided that it would be impossible to control. The safety of all of our stakeholders must come first. The...

Councillor remuneration published

Copies of the Parish Independent Remuneration Panel Review May 2020 – Recommendations for the payment of allowances by Parish and Town Councils within the district of Tendring for municipal year 2020/2021 are available upon request by:  Are available upon request by:...

Help for dog owners

We are aware of comments of dogs on and off leads, so to make dog owners aware that there is help available, please see the article below and/or facebook page @georgiespawpad   “Hello dog lovers of Brightlingsea! My name is Georgie (Georgie’s Paw Pad) and some of...

Hearing help during lockdown

In times of social distancing and remote contact, people with hearing loss can be even more isolated and marginalised from their loved ones and communities than they were before. To help overcome daily barriers, Action on Hearing Loss has published a comprehensive...

Continue to have your say on planning applications

In normal times  Brightlingsea Town Council would hold fortnightly meetings to discuss planning applications which had been submitted to Tendring District Council and on very rare occasions Essex County Council (which is the Minerals and Waste Planning Authority). The...

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Report Potholes

Essex County Council is responsible for highways in and around Brightlingsea. Report potholes directly here.

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FixMyStreet

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