The following is a letter from Affinity Water...
Giles Watling MP for Clacton constituency wants improved bus services locally and is undertaking an online survey to obtain residents views. To complete a survey form please follow the link below.
Weeley Barracks has been nominated for the Current Archaeology Rescue Project of the Year Award! It is very exciting to have a new opportunity to share the story of Weeley even more widely and we would love it if all the blog's readers could support the project by voting at the link below https://archaeology.co.uk/vote We took this opportunity to revisit the site through brand new videos showing the memories and insights of our colleagues Louise and Nick. Hear their first-hand experience of it
Weeley Parish Council is seeking to appoint a Parish Clerk who will also be the Council’s Responsible Financial Officer to replace its current Clerk when he retires.
Storm Henk will bring a spell of very strong winds across southern England, causing disruption to travel and utilities. Click here to read more
The play area in the field by the village hall is about to get a major revamp! All of the existing play equipment will be removed and will be replaced with new modern play equipment. The fenced area of the new playground will include play equipment for children aged 3-8 years. Outside the fenced area there will be located four items of play equipment for use by older children including a zipwire.
Local residents are invited to attend a brief memorial service at the War Memorial (by the junction of Clacton Road and Bentley Road, Weeley Heath) at 11am on Sunday 12 November 2023. If you plan to attend please arrive by 10:45am.
National Highways is progressing plans for a concrete reconstruction scheme on the A120 between Horsley Cross and Wix, which forms part of our future years’ concrete roads programme.
Further to the formal notice of a casual vacancy existing for a Parish Councillor for the Parish of Weeley (WPC). The required number of requests from electors were not received. The Council now needs to fill the casual vacancy via a process of co-option.
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 14(1)