Alongside our website, we use social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook to communicate and interact with the community.
We would love to hear from you on our Twitter, Facebook and other social media pages. If you’ve been really pleased with something we’ve done, it’s always great to hear your feedback. If you have an issue or want to ask a question, we will do our best to help you.
Rochford District Council will update its social media accounts and respond to comments during regular business hours.
The views of participants commenting on these accounts do not necessarily represent the views of the Council. Disagreements and constructive discussions are welcome as part of the conversation. However, inappropriate, abusive, discriminatory, offensive or unlawful comments are prohibited and may be removed, and we reserve the right to block individuals who post such content.
Your use of the Rochford District Council social media pages and their content is at your own risk. The content on these sites should not be relied upon as legal or other professional advice.
The Council is not responsible for the security of these pages or sites. The Council will not be responsible for the use or misuse by third parties of items or information posted on or submitted to these pages or sites. Please note that the ‘liking’ or ‘sharing’ of information is not an endorsement.
- @Rochford District Council
- @Rochford Business
- @The Old House
- @Rayleigh Mill
- @Discover 2020
- @Rochford Arts
- @Rochford Sport