Due to unforeseen circumstances the officer is unable to attend Great Bentley Parish Council meeting on Thursday 5th March.
Sgt Simon Tattersall from the Community Policing Team will still be attending and will be happy to answer any questions residents may have
The Safer Communities Officer from TDC is giving a presentation
at the Parish Council meeting regarding County Lines activity, and how they operate in the district. As SPOC for County Lines and gangs, part of his role is to ensure that all interested parties are given the tools to be aware of what is happening in the area, and in particular how residents are exploited.
The meeting is to be held in the Michael Wright Room at the Village Hall on Thursday 5th March at 7pm.
Sgt Simon Tattersall will be at Great Bentley Parish Council meeting to introduce himself to the community.
The meeting is to be held in the Michael Wright Room at the Village Hall on Thursday 5th March at 7pm. All welcome
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
the end of 2019, we asked you to help us reach people who live, work and travel
in Essex to share their views on how our future priorities should be delivered.
I’m pleased to say
that feedback made a real difference and helped us to create a draft Integrated
Risk Management Plan (IRMP) for 2020-2024.
The IRMP sets out
how we intend to address some of the challenges we will face. We plan for a
future with continued reductions in incidents, driven by a further focus on
prevention and a commitment to maintaining financial sustainability.
Another chance to share your
Being open and
honest with our public is a priority to us, which is why we don’t want to stop
Before we publish our final IRMP, we want to check in with our residents again to see if the draft plan feels right and ask for any further comments or suggestions.
will run until Tuesday 17 March – please help us share the details with as many
of your constituents/supporters and encourage them to take part before then.
If you have any
questions, please email [email protected]
With the current weather, with high winds and heavy rain, be wary of rogue traders cold calling and offering to replace fencing, missing roof tiles etc. Never accept a doorstep offer to complete work.
Please be aware that rogue
traders can and do still appear on sites like ‘Trust a Trader’ or
Use traders who you trust or
have used before, alternatively Trading Standards have a ‘Buy With Confidence’ scheme –
please use this website in order to find traders that have been vetted and
approved by Trading Standards.
Watch this video from Trading
Essex & Kent Serious Crime Directorate
Tendring Community Transport and Harwich Connexions
Transport are launching a new door to door service between Clacton &
Harwich and the outlying villages in the Tendring area. The new service
starting in April will enable people to access local amenities, GP appointments,
Harwich / Clacton hospitals, social / leisure activities, visit friends or even
a trip to the seaside. For more information about how to book please
either contact 01255 436962 (Tendring) or 01255 552010 (Harwich).
There will be a talk by Mark Heaton on “The History of
Computing” at the Great Bentley Village Hall on Thursday 13 February at
1930. All interested persons are welcome to attend this meeting of the Great
Bentley History Society. Members £2; non-members £3.