Suicide Prevention in Men in North East Essex: Grants

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Free Debt Advice from Citizens Advice Tendring

Free debt advice from Citizens Advice Tendring

Since April 1st last year, Citizens Advice Tendring have helped 340 clients with 1,186 debt issues.  The main issue has been credit card debt, closely followed by council tax arrears.  We want to remind people in Tendring that we have a specialist debt adviser in Clacton, funded by the Money Advice Service, who can provide free expert help.

Our specialist debt adviser is Stephen Andrews.  He says: “It’s quite common for people in debt to become overwhelmed and find it difficult to cope.  Often, their physical and mental health deteriorates, causing their situation to worsen.  Consequently, they are even less able to deal with final demand letters, the threat of prosecution or bailiffs on the doorstep.  Sadly, they don’t know that free face-to-face help is available to them locally at Citizens Advice.  If they come to us, we can offer a range of debt solutions, such as negotiating with creditors or advising on personal insolvency matters, such as Debt Relief Orders or bankruptcy.”

People in the Tendring area who have serious debt problems and would like Stephen’s help should first come to one of our drop-in advice sessions for an initial assessment.  They should bring to their interview as much information as possible about their debts and income or benefits. 

Our opening times and locations are:

18 Carnarvon Road Clacton on Sea CO15 6QF 

Drop in Advice:    Monday, Wednesday & Thursday from10:00 until 12:30;

                          Tuesday from 10:00 until 14:30

                          (Doors open at 9:45 for registration)

Mental Health Hub 148/150 Old Road Clacton on Sea CO15 3BA

Mental Health Support Drop-in:

                          Tuesday to Friday from 10:00 until 12:00

Job Centre 164/168 High Street Harwich CO12 3AT

Drop in Advice:    Monday and Tuesday from 09:30 until 12:30

14 January 2020

1 Day Road Closure – Dead Lane – 5th February

Red Road sign saying Road Ahead Closed

Temporary Traffic Regulation Order of Dead Lane, St. Osyth

Please click on the following link https://one.network/?tm=115440824 to find details of the intended closure of Dead Lane, due to commence on 5th February 2020 for 1 day. The closure is required for the safety of the public and workforce while BT undertakes fix damage along spans.
Essex Streetworks Team
Highways
Ringway Jacobs | Essex County Council3rd Floor, Seax House, Market Road, Chelmsford, CM1 1QH
Website: http://www.essex.gov.uk/highways

Victim Support

Poster advertising Victim Support with telephone number 01277 357577. this is for people who wish to volunteer to join the local team. are you a good listener?

Great Bentley Parish Council Grants 2020-21

Village organisations are invited to submit a grant application to the Parish Council. Please e-mail the clerk for an application form or see Grant Application Form 2020-21

Completed forms to be returned to the Clerk before 8 am on Monday 16th March 2020

History of the Clacton Lifeboat Talk

There will be a talk by Richard Wigley on “The History of the Clacton Lifeboat” at the Village Hall on 9 January at 7.30 pm. All interested persons welcome. Members £2; non-members £3.

Great Bentley Planning Committee & Parish Council Meeting Agendas 9th January 2020

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Great Bentley Parish News January 2020

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Plough Road -Closure 17th February 2020 (South of Railway Crossing)

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1)

Temporary Traffic Regulation Order of Plough Road, Great Bentley 

Please click on the following link https://one.network/?tm=115317967 to find details of the intended closure of Plough Road, due to commence on 17th February 2020 for 5 days. The closure is required for the safety of the public and workforce while UK Power Networks undertakes installation of new electricity supply for customer.

The Home From Hospital Team

Concerned how you will cope after leaving hospital?
Do you have a friend or relative who needs support?
See the Community 360 leaflet or telephone 01206 505250