Community safety news
‘Change that Counts’ to help those who are sleeping rough in the Braintree district.Published: Tuesday, 18th December 2018
A new partnership has formed in Braintree to raise money for those sleeping rough
Scheme to combat loneliness launches in the Braintree DistrictPublished: Wednesday, 24th October 2018
MeetUpMondays is a ‘loneliness busting’, simple idea that actually has the capacity to change lives.
Campaign launches today promoting self-referrals on Connect Well EssexPublished: Wednesday, 21st March 2018
Braintree District Council and the Livewell campaign are supporting the roll out of a new self-referral tool on Connect Well Essex.
Be a good neighbourPublished: Thursday, 1st March 2018
With forecasters predicting severe weather we’re urging people to be watchful and look out for the vulnerable in your local area.
Damage to John Ray Park Fitness Trail in BraintreePublished: Friday, 25th August 2017
Council staff cleared up the mess and are now working to quickly make the area safe
Everything parents need to know on the latest crime issues at free information sessionsPublished: Wednesday, 23rd August 2017
The Braintree District Community Safety Partnership are inviting parents and carers of children/young people who attend school in the Braintree District to free information and awareness sessions.
Parent/Carer information sessionsPublished: Monday, 21st August 2017
The Braintree District Community Safety Partnership is inviting parents and carers to free information and awareness sessions to hear the latest on all things drugs and alcohol, gang and knife crime
Live Well Stay Safe event rated informative and enjoyable by residentsPublished: Wednesday, 12th April 2017
An event organised by the Braintree District Community Safety Partnership supporting older residents to stay safe out and about and in their homes in the Braintree District was praised by attendees.
Event to support residents live well and stay safePublished: Monday, 27th February 2017
An event which brings valuable services and information all in one place is being organised for residents who find it difficult to access such local services.
Essex Keep Safe Network receives honorary awardPublished: Wednesday, 25th May 2016
A community project which started in Braintree has received an honour from The High Sheriff.