Local families joined in with a range of sporting activities, at a free family sports festival organised by Rochford District Council.
A young man from Rochford, who recently won a bronze medal for the 3-meter diving competition at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, is now working towards his dream of competing at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
With the Summer Holidays in full swing why not treat the family to an active day of fun at this years Rochford District Council FREE Family Sports Festival.
Rochford District Council encouraged residents (and their dogs) to make a stand against dog fouling last week by handing out specially printed ‘Scoop my Poop!’ bandanas.
A BBC camera crew came to Rayleigh High Street to film a documentary about Rochford District Council’s anti-litter campaign.
If you’re aiming to host a barbecue over the summer period then Rochford District Council and Food Standards Agency (FSA) have served up some advice to help make it a sizzling and safe success.
A former lawyer has lost her appeal against a conviction for fraudulently claiming £13,000 in benefits whilst working.
A summit designed to address flood-related issues in the Rochford District is set to be held within the next fortnight.
From old beach towels to garden furniture and tired sheds, all sorts of unusual items will present themselves for recycling or disposal over the summer period
A hearing at the High Court relating to a legal challenge against our Allocations Plan has had to be adjourned.
The Rayleigh Windmill is paying tribute to the our local heroes this week by hosting an exhibition showing what life was like in Rayleigh 100 years ago, at the outbreak of the First World War.
A hardworking local man who has given up hundreds of hours of his own time to volunteer around the District, was given the once in a lifetime opportunity to volunteer at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.