New start-up businesses and entrepreneurs that are based in the Rochford District will be able to receive some additional support this November, thanks to Rochford District Council participating in Global Entrepreneurship Week.
The District’s residents proved today that one man’s trash really is another man’s treasure as over 400 visitors flocked to the Mill Arts and Events Centre to learn and pick up tips about reuse and recycling.
Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking has announced an agreement with Rochford District Council, which will see the provision of ongoing banking facilities across all of its services.
More than 30 areas across the Rochford District are undergoing maintenance work to combat flooding issues.
Three people have been successfully prosecuted by Rochford District Council for benefit fraud totalling more than £30,000.
After the success of the last Business Summit, Rochford District Council is hosting another on Tuesday 25 November at Saxon Hall, Aviation Way, Rochford, between 1.45pm and 5pm.
With only one day to go until the Council’s ‘Re-Think Rubbish’ event the Recycling Mascot, Max The Dragon has been hard at work with local charity, Hopeworx getting ready for the big day.
Rochford District Council is carrying out a Budget Survey to find out how you want your council tax to be spent.
Plans for the future of Rochford Market Square have been changed in direct response to residents’ feedback.
An Air Quality Management Area (AQMA) is set to be created in Rayleigh town centre, in an effort to reduce pollution.
The beautiful Rayleigh Windmill has been shortlisted as a finalist in the “Wedding Venue of the Year – Heritage” category of the Essex Wedding Awards.
Rochford District Council and The Mushroom Theatre Company have been working with students at Downhall Primary School in Rayleigh to create a very special musical production for next weeks ‘Re Think Rubbish’ event