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Photograph shows, from left to right: Paula Callender, Domestic Abuse Reduction Officer, Rochford District Council Matt Harwood White, Leisure and Community Safety Manager, Rochford District Council Cllr June Lumley, Chairman of Rochford District Council Cllr Eddie Dray, Chairman of Rayleigh Town Council Cllr Jo McPherson, Rochford District Council Portfolio Holder for the Community Chief Inspector Lesley Ford, District Commander for Rochford and Castle Point  Surrounded by representatives from the Castle P

Doves of ‘Hope’ released in Rayleigh

Castle Point and Rochford Domestic Abuse Panel released four doves in Rayleigh High Street to symbolise hope for all of those who suffer from or are affected by domestic abuse.

New date set for Flood Forum – Monday, December 15, at 10am

A group designed to combat flooding in the Rochford District is keeping up the momentum – with a new meeting date set for December.
We're Watching You poster

‘We’re watching you’ campaign launched

Dog fouling campaign rolled out nationwide after successful social experiment

Plans to regenerate area around London Southend Airport commended at National Awards

Plans to regenerate the area around London Southend Airport, and create more than 7,000 jobs, have been commended at the national Planning Awards 2014.
, from left to right: Jean Read from Rochford District Council; Georgia Davis, Brian Stanbridge and Stephen Cowland, volunteers from The Royal British Legion.

Rochford District Council assists with Poppy Appeal Count

Royal British Legion volunteers were helped by Rochford District Council officers, to count the generous donations collected in high streets and shops around the Rochford district, Thundersley and Hadleigh, during the 2014 Poppy Appeal.
Rochford District Council’s Deputy Leader, Councillor Keith Hudson, with the contracted workers.

Diggers at work to combat flooding!

Diggers are now at work in Sweyne Park, Rayleigh, as part of a concerted effort to combat flooding issues.
the Council’s streetscene officer, Lesley Athey, with the camera crew

Rayleigh to appear on BBC1 Anti-Litter Programme

Rayleigh Town Centre will feature on a BBC1 programme about local councils’ litter prevention schemes, on Friday 28 November.
Rochford District Council’s Deputy Leader, Councillor Keith Hudson, with the Council’s recycling mascot, Max the dragon.

Rochford District Council has been named as SECOND in the entire country for its recycling rates.

The authority would like to thank all our residents for being green…following the announcement from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) which monitors waste and recycling figures
a close up of a tennis ball

Lottery Funding ‘Lights Up’ Rochford Tennis Club!

One of our District’s most successful tennis clubs has been awarded a share of a £10 million National Lottery grant from a fund designed to upgrade existing community sports facilities or convert existing buildings into venues that are more suitable for grassroots sport.
A 'stand by signal'

Stay warm this winter

Now that the cold winter days are setting in, residents are reminded that it is possible to save energy but still stay warm this winter.
Free parking on Saturdays in December

T’is the season to be jolly, festive and enjoy FREE parking!

Rochford District Council has agreed to provide free parking in its car parks all day on the three Saturdays before Christmas.
eggs, pasta, salt shaker and flour on a work surface

Food businesses: are you prepared for changes to food allergen information?

Rochford District Council is reminding food business in the District that they need to be ready for new rules which will affect the way they provide allergen information.

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