Monthly Archive: October 2012

Another Look At Rayleigh Town Football Club

The latest District Council proposals aren’t yet agreed, but they involve building houses where Rayleigh Town football club currently play! The club would be offered a new site. If you don’t know much about the club, The Grounds For Concern Blog has a very thorough look at Rayleigh Town Football Club here and makes some positive comments: “Most clubs in…
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Seek Out The Art

The Rochford Art Trail starts tomorrow, and lasts until ¬†the following Saturday: Visit the town of Rochford to discover a week-long showcase of arts and creativity that connects local business with local artists. Temporary art exhibitions will be on view in shop windows, retail premises and public spaces. Download a Rochford Art Trail Map …. and follow a Trail of…
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Michelins Farm Likely To Become Industrial / Traveller / Recycling Site.

As the Echo have reported the District Council look set to create a Traveller Site at Michelins Farm, near the junction of the A127 and A1245. It’s not been offically decided yet, but we can’t see the council picking another site now. Although it is called a farm , it’s really just a piece of poorly -maintained land at the…
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Conservative Motion On The Post Office

Three Conservatives have put forward a motion for tomorrow night’s meeting of Full Council; it’s from Terry Cutmore, Keith Hudson and Heather Glynn: ‘This Council calls on the Royal Mail to reconsider very carefully the proposals to relocate the delivery offices currently available in Canewdon, Great Wakering and Rochford town. Whilst noting the need for efficiency, the Council is concerned…
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