Canewdon & Around

Fancy A Wallasea Wander? (Booking Essential!)

“Wallasea Island Wild Coast project is a landmark conservation and engineering scheme for the 21st century, on a scale never before attempted in the UK and the largest of its type in Europe.The aim of this project is to combat the threats from climate change and coastal flooding by recreating the ancient wetland landscape of mudflats and saltmarsh, lagoons and…
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Solar Farms and Other Enviromental Applications

As the Echo has reported here, there’s an application in for a big solar “farm” in Canewdon A MONSTER solar farm generating enough energy to power 4,125 homes could be built in Canewdon. Under plans submitted to Rochford Council, farmers Paul and Mark Woodford would lease the 50-acre stretch of farmland between Fambridge Road and Canewdon Road to solar panel…
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The Capons’ Greatest Moments

  Phil and Tracy Capon are husband and wife, and both are currently  Conservative Councillors on Rochford District Council. In fact Phil is the Chair of the Development Committee. Word reached us at the weekend that they had both been deselected by the Conservative Association – so they cannot stand as Conservatives when they both come up for election next…
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Wildlife Walks At Wallasea !

From the RSPB website – note you have to book in advance !  : Wallasea Wander Saturday 30 August and Saturday 27 September 13:46 to 15:45 August, 9:30 to 11:30 September Price: £3 donation Booking essential   Find out more about the development of this exciting new nature reserve. Booking essential, limited spaces. Please contact 01268 498620 or southessex@rspb.org.uk to…
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Lost Walks Of Rochford

  From the District Council website   Help us rediscover lost walks and hidden heritage in rural and coastal Rochford District. Join us on foot or online and help reveal the stories of Rochford’s changing landscape through a series of public walks. Walk 1: Barling – Wakering Wednesday 9 July 2014 10am to 2pm Meet at All Saints Church, Church…
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