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Chelmsford Council Jan 17
News: Chelmsford Museum displays Grayson Perry loans
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Essex Highways Jan 17
Did you know? All Borough, District and City areas in Essex have a Local Highway Panel. Local cllrs consider local highways concerns, prioritising smaller schemes that meet the concerns of local people. Read more online . Pic is example Basildon LHP page.
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Chelmsford Council Jan 17
Replying to @GlendaHicks
They do - so does the Council, fire service, ambulance service and various other agencies. Public protection & health is a wide-ranging issue that goes beyond crime. The council supports the Police & also deals with lower level antisocial behaviour, flytipping, noise etc.
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Chelmsford Council Jan 17
Want to find out about parking in Chelmsford? Visit our parking and travel page on to find out more!
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Essex Trading Standards Jan 17
When reporting doorstep crime, try to remember key details about the trader such as their appearance,name & car reg
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Essex Highways Jan 17
The Gritters will be out across Essex Tonight.
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Chelmsford Council Jan 17
Replying to @Ben80355420
Hi Ben, thanks for letting us know. Please report this online at and we will look into this for you. We would also suggest contacting the developer who are doing the works so they are aware of the issue as well - I hope this helps!
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Chelmsford Council Jan 16
We have a new Community Protection Officer
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Chelmsford Council Jan 16
Hi there, I have spoken with our Public Health team and they have advised that any restrictions will be legal and fully publicised including alternative cycles routes - I hope this helps.
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Chelmsford Council Jan 16
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Chelmsford Council Jan 16
This Friday, come and have fun exploring the museum with Boris' bear cubs, our special monthly sessions at . Visit for more info
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Livewell in Essex 🧠🧘‍♀️❤️ 🤸‍♀️ Jan 16
📢HAVE YOUR SAY 📢Have you downloaded the free Mid Essex Child Health app which is designed to help parents and carers of children aged from birth to 11 years recognise when their child is unwell? If so, can you tell how it can be improved?
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Essex Chronicle Community Jan 16
Local authorities have come together to encourage residents to join them and Love Essex, Not Plastic. Find out more in the , out today! (Jan 16) 📸 Paul Starr
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Chelmsford Council Jan 16
We have a tender opportunity for CCTV Upgrade and Maintenance Services. Further information and application details can be found online at
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Chelmsford Council Jan 16
Replying to @hairydalek @Essex_CC
Hi Paul, no problem! We will pass on your comments regarding the signage so the team is aware of the issue - Thank you!
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Chelmsford Council Jan 16
Replying to @Essex_CC @hairydalek
Hi, our public health team has confirmed that there is a 9am-6pm restriction along the high street from A1060 Parkway - Shire Hall. A map of designated cycle routes around the city can be found here - I hope this helps!
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Chelmsford Council Jan 15
Thanks to and the War Memorial outside St John’s Evangelist Church in has been cleaned and the names of those whose sacrifice it commemorates have been re-carved. Minor repairs and a sacrificial shelter coat to minimise weathering are next
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Chelmsford Council Jan 15
News: Parents invited to workshop on protecting children from drugs and gangs
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Chelmsford Council Jan 15
We have a new Casual Playworker
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Chelmsford Council Jan 15
Replying to @TomBLaw
Hi Tom, by reducing the amounts of bags we hope that residents will use them to full capacity and not use the bags for unintended purposes. This is part of the councils plans to reduce single-use plastic consumption in the borough - I hope this helps.
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