Remembering The Fallen Heroes In Rayleigh

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 Editor 0

If you haven’t had a chance to go and take a look at the spectacular display of handmade Poppies that currently adorn Holy Trinity Church, then do try and visit. The time and effort that that has been put into this by many local residents is a truly heartwarming display […]

Does Rayleigh Need Their Own Special Constables?

Saturday, October 20, 2018 Editor 0

It would appear that PFCC Roger Hirst, is looking to rebuild a police force here in Essex using a team of volunteers – special constables. His team have been approaching the local Councils with a proposal of “if you pay, you can have your own” Rayleigh Town Council has earmarked […]

More Toilet Trouble for Rochford District Council

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 Editor 0

Over a year after the decision to take over the toilets, Rayleigh Town Council still hasn’t taken over the running of the new Crown Hill toilets! Rochford District Council are still unable to deliver a public toilet facility that meets the correct specification. Like the project itself, the installation has […]

What Can You Do About Speeding In Your Street?

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 Editor 0

When the traffic is flowing, speeding is undoubtedly a problem on our local roads. As a resident what can you do about speeding in your street? Here are some practical steps you can take to try and reduce speeding. Report it! If no one is aware of the problem then nothing […]

A Lasting Tribute To Chris Black

Thursday, October 11, 2018 Mr Orange 0

Family, friends and residents gathered today in Sweyne Park, to mark the planting of a Maple tree in memory of Chris Black who sadly passed away a year ago, today. Chris Stanley made a short speech, with Ron Oatham saying a few words fondly remembering Chris. We hope that the […]

Cleaning up the Air We Breathe – a Liberal Democrat Action Plan

Thursday, October 11, 2018 Mr Orange 0

A hidden public health emergency Around a decade ago, the Labour Government, worried about global warming, encouraged the switch from petrol to diesel. We now know that this led to a dangerous rise in the emission of nitrogen dioxide (NO2), particulates, and ozone (O3). In the UK, these three together […]

Why Congestion Could Be A Thing Of The Past In Rayleigh By 2021

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Mr Orange 5

We came across this thought-provoking article from the BBC today discussing how you could’ve had possibly already bought your last car! With ‘transport as a service’  being mooted as the future, would mean car ownership would be off the cards and we’d all be travelling around by autonomous taxis. Many will cast […]

Review Committee This Week

Saturday, October 6, 2018 Editor 0

If you are interested in the following, then this meeting will discuss the following on Tuesday at 7.30pm ICT Major Incident Report Where did IT all go wrong? Draft Housing & Homeless Strategy 2018- 2022 How will the Council tackle the housing crisis in our District? Leisure Contract Why are […]

In Memory of Chris Black You Are Invited…

Friday, October 5, 2018 Editor 0

To Sweyne Park (meet in the car park) on 11th October 2018 at 11:00 am where we will be planting a tree in memory of Chris. Please feel free to come along, all welcome. If you require any further information please contact Chris Stanley on 07720426359