Essex County Council News Desk
Over 250 miles of Essex roads have been improved this summer with surface dressing techniques which prevent potholes forming.
The Army and Navy flyover in Chelmsford will reopen in time for Monday morning's rush hour following the completion of repair work.
The first meeting of a special task force which will consider the future options for the Army and Navy junction in Chelmsford has taken place.
With just one month to go until the deadline, pupils, parents and school staff are encouraged to ensure their vote counts by making a nomination for the 2019 Essex Teaching Awards.
The official opening of Beaulieu Park Primary School took place last Friday (12 October), marking an important milestone in progress to build the county's first all-ages school
Essex County Council's (ECC) cultural development team is calling for local people to help dispel the negative stereotype of 'Essex Girls' by highlighting the lives and achievements of strong Essex women from over the last 100 years.
This year's National Adoption Week runs from 15 to 22 October; during the week Essex County Council will be running an 'introduce the adopters' campaign, showcasing the variety of people who have adopted.
This Hallowe’en, experience history and horror with a screening of 1968 cult horror classic Witchfinder General at the Essex Record Office. .
Councils, business and higher education organisations are set to join forces this month to promote North Essex at MIPIM UK, the country's largest annual property and investment event.
This Hallowe’en you can experience classic horror films like never before, watching them in dark and spooky woodland at our series of drive-in film screenings at Essex Country Parks.
Local people will have the chance to share their views on the proposed closure of St Mary's Church of England Primary School in Woodham Ferrers.
Earlier this year Essex County Council provided additional funding to tackle the scourge of potholes, following the harsh winter of 2017/18.
Following on from extremely successful events in October 2017 and April 2018, the Love Essex team are excited to announce our third “Swap Until You Drop” clothes swap event.
Changes to where bus services stop in Colchester town centre are set to come into effect on 21 October 2018. The changes will reduce congestion and improve safety, service reliability, air quality and passenger experience in the town centre.
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