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In the News: July 2021

In the news: Basildon Market to host four weeks of free Family Fun Days from this Saturday

Basildon Market will host free Family Fun Day's every Saturday over the next four weeks.

In the news: Public engagement exercise to decide on new Swan Mead play area

A public engagement exercise will take place next Wednesday for residents to decide on their favourite play area option for Swan Mead Park.

In the news: Leader of Basildon Council to host open meetings across the borough

The Leader of Basildon Council Councillor Andrew Baggott will be holding open meetings for residents across the borough over the next few months.

In the news: Loungers become first restaurant to join East Square cinema scheme

A popular café/bar chain has become the first to sign up for one of the six new restaurant units in Basildon's East Square.

In the news: Donated PC's kit out Autism Centre at borough school

Laptops and computers donated by the council to Every Child Online have started making a difference across the borough.

In the news: Free family fun day at the new Wickford Market this Saturday

A free family fun day will be taking place this weekend at the new Wickford market in the high street.

In the news: Parkruns return to the borough this Saturday

Basildon Council is delighted to confirm that Parkruns will return to the borough this Saturday.

In the news: Wildflower meadows blooming across the borough

Basildon Council has worked with community groups to create stunning wildflower meadows across the borough.

In the news: Car Park charges to resume during weekdays

Car park charges will resume in council owned car parks from Monday 19 July.

In the news: Park Wardens to stay patrolling our parks after trial extended

Park Wardens will remain operating throughout the summer, to give our parks additional security through their busiest months of the year.

In the news: £350,000 investment agreed into reopening Laindon Community Centre

Councillors have agreed to invest £350,000 into the first phase of works to refurbish and reopen Laindon Community Centre.

In the news: Consultation launched on separation of food and garden waste

A consultation has been launched to seek views on proposals for separate food and garden waste collections.

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