An archer, a miscounting, a widow”s wish and a plastic owl… A cat memorial and a very thin house, plus some London Transport history!
From the District Council website today: Revenues and Benefits online services are currently unavailable, due to essential maintenance. We estimate that the services will be available on Monday 24th August 2015. The online payments service is unaffected. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Apologies – no time to write anything here tonight, composing an article for the Rayleigh Times ….
There’s been some discussion in social media about burglaries and crime in Rayleigh, so it’s worth looking at the crime stats for Rayleigh (including Rawreth) on the www.police.uk website. The latest figure are for May. June’s figures will be available at the end of this month, so if there has been a surge in burglaries it should be shown then….
Apologies for no post yesterday …. due to personal issues ….
From the Rayleigh Cat Protection website: Ella has been looking for a new home for 6 weeks now – and we’re determined to find her one! Ella is a lovely, sociable, friendly cat and has come into our care after a child in her previous home developed an allergy to her. Ella is 6 years old but her vet thinks…
Onlinefocus has been under web attack for a few hours, don’t be surprised if we go offline for a little while…
From the District Council website : Haltern Am See As a mark of respect, in relation to the sad loss of 16 children and two teachers from the Joseph-Konig-Gymnasium in our twin town of Haltern am See, the Council has lowered flags to half-mast and will remain so, until further notice. The Chairman of the Council, Councillor Mrs June Lumley,…
You can find out at Rawreth Parish Council’s meeting on Wednesday April 1st, 7:30 in the Village Hall. No big guest this time, but there’s a lot of things going on in the parish to discuss. Expect a hot drink , biscuits and some lively discussions….
Some readers may remember when the District Council took an active role in twinning with the town of Haltern, in Germany. One of the highlights was the visit of two German minesweepers to Baltic Wharf on Wallasea Island. Today we have heard the distressing news that sixteen teenagers and two teachers from Haltern were amongst those killed in the Germanwings…