Braintree District Council’s revised draft climate change strategy and proposed action plan to be discussed at Full Council
Extraordinary Council meeting of Full Council, Monday 20 September, Councillors will be asked to review and agree Braintree District Council’s revised draft Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan.
Windmill Celebrates 300th Birthday and Return of Sails
Bocking Windmill will celebrate its 300th Birthday this year, with an open event on Sunday 10th October between 11am – 4pm, it’s first since summer 2019.
Braintree District Council unveils its plan to double the number of cycling trips by 2030
First draft of an implementation plan to increase the number of people cycling has been published.
Venues across the Braintree district to open their doors for Heritage Open Days
The national Heritage Open Days celebration of history, architecture and culture is back from 10th – 19th September 2021.
British Offsite's new venture set to bring 80 new jobs to Braintree
British Offsite, a subsidiary of the Weston Group, has become the third employer to sign-up to the new Horizon 120 Business, Innovation & Logistics park.
Braintree District Council asks, Love it here? Don’t leave it here…
Braintree District Council is asking the public to think of the consequences of littering on the local environment and wildlife.
The popular street market that’s making a return to Braintree
The popular monthly street market, which has proved a huge hit with visitors and businesses since it was introduced in 2018, is making a comeback next weekend (Saturday 28th August).
Budding BMX riders enjoy free taster day
Braintree BMX coaches provided a beginner’s session to BMX, allowing children from the ages of 4 and up to try out the track and learn BMX riding techniques.
Braintree District Council calls for tougher legal action on fly-tippers
Braintree District Council, together with over 150 local authorities and 10 professional bodies, is calling on the Sentencing Council to consider tougher fines and sentences for fly tipping offenders.
Unprecedented year for growth as council works hard to cut grass and vegetation
The recent warm and wet weather has created ideal conditions for an increase in growth of vegetation across the Braintree District.