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Objects include a 1000-year-old gold finger ring
The strategy spans 2020 to 2040
Council to end the use of potentially harmful weed killer
The scheme provides a Council Tax reduction for residents who need additional support
The scheme provides a Council Tax reduction for residents who need additional...
The first ever accurate, high resolution, digital record of the wall is being produced
The first ever accurate, high resolution, digital record of the wall is being...
Alternative parking will be available
Community Hub officers can provide digital assistance for those who need support
In the running to scoop three prestigious LGC Awards
The six new faces all have unique and individual stories
Make sure you are eligible to vote in the General Election on 12 December
Make sure you are eligible to vote in the General Election on 12 De...
Time is running out to book that magical visit
Over 25,000 families took the time to cast their votes
A truly fantastic way to ring in 2020
The painting will go on display in September 2020
In total £20,000 has been made available for creative events
On the three Wednesdays before Christmas: 4, 11 and 18
From Monday 25 November until Thursday 5 December
The community facility building will be a flexible hall space
Over 200,000 trees will be planted across the borough in the next five years
The three-year grant aims to support projects or services that strengthen communities
The three-year grant aims to support projects or services that strengthen com...
Colchester has a historic and established relationship with the Armed Forces
In tribute to the victims of war
Join renowned historical jewellery maker and expert Nicky Wade
Lynn attended a ceremony at Worcester Cathedral to collect her award
The study will also look at improving connections to the Wivenhoe Trail
Located on the balcony of the Town Hall and in front of the War Memorial
The Wednesday market will operate from 10am to 8pm initially until 18 December
Wheels for All is a nationally-recognised programme
Some 200,000 trees are set to be planted over five years
The historic High Street will be pedestrianised for the event