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Thanks to NHS Volunteers

As the Gazette goes to press this week, the country remains on an emergency footing as we tackle the Covid-19 crisis. With the death toll continuing to rise sharply, my message to everyone remains the same: Stay at Home, Protect the NHS, Save Lives.

Help Available in Essex During Coronavirus Outbreak

THE ESSEX WELFARE SERVICE is a new service available to anyone in the county who requires urgent help during the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. The service is also there to report anyone who you are concerned about.

Stay At Home. Protect The NHS. Save Lives.

Stay at home. Protect the NHS. Save lives. At a time of national crisis it is vitally important we all follow official guidance in order to stay safe and to protect others. I cannot emphasise strongly enough how important it is that everyone follows the latest advice from government and the NHS.

Brentwood Borough Council Offers Community Support

Brentwood Borough Council is taking a leading role in ensuring the most vulnerable people in the Borough are supported while they self-isolate and socially distance themselves during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Brentwood Borough Council Keeps In Touch with Businesses via Teleconference

Businesses and high streets are facing a monumentous challenge due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and it is great to see Brentwood Borough Council is making sure local businesses are being kept informed and being heard. The government recognises the need to balance its information and gui

Good News for Ongar High Street

2nd April 2020

Update: 

As a result of the Coronavirus, Essex County Council has made the difficult decision to suspend current works in Ongar High Street.   This is necessary in order to protect staff, the public and to help restrict the spread of the virus.

1st Warley Scout HQ Rises From The Ashes

It's great to hear from 1st Warley Scout Group about the outstanding progress they have made in the last year to rebuild their headquarters in Eagle Way after it was destroyed by fire five years ago.

Flying Off The Shelves

Pictures of supermarket shelves in Brentwood emptied of toilet paper, pasta, tinned goods and hand sanitiser have been sent to me this week by constituents who are rightly baffled how the Government’s message of “wash your hands” has been interpreted by some as “stockpile now”.