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Article by Kirsty Hough: A town council is planning to demolish and rebuild a community centre to place its own office there at a cost of £1.2million, which will be partly funded from a council tax increase.
The Co-op, on Stock Road, Billericay, was targeted last night, at around 9.20pm with thousands of pounds being stolen.
Article by Yellow Advertiser: The Rotary Club of Billericay’s third Spectacular Soapbox Derby is set for Bank Holiday Monday, May 7.
Article by Olly Hill: Local residents are getting ready for the ‘fight of their lives’ as Basildon Council gets ready to submit a local plan that would see up to 3000 new houses in Billericay.
Article by Tommy Wathen: Meet Georgia Box - Colchester's own YouTube singing sensation that is taking on the UK Charts with her new original track, titled 'I Don't Want You Anymore'.
Article by Luke Lambert: Billericay Town returned to the top of the Isthmian Premier League after seeing off the challenge of Tonbridge Angels.
Internationally renowned guitarist Remi Harris, who has appeared at The BBC Proms with Jamie Cullum and performed at Buckingham Palace will perform at the Fold Theatre in Billericay on 28 April as part of a three month nationwide tour of the UK & Ireland.
Billericay Choral Society’s first concert in 2018 sees them present Edward Elgar’s “Spirit of England”, plus patriotic songs at the United Reformed Church.
Article by The Enquirer: This is the shocking footage taken on Billericay High Street last night, outside of Pizza Express.
Article by Christine Sexton: Pet owners have been warned to be on alert for anyone acting suspiciously around animals after the notorious cat killer has struck again in south Essex.
Baby pygmy goats and chicks visited a Billericay care home on Wednesday afternoon to give residents the chance to hold them and find out more about the animals.
Article by the Echo: Three Prezzo restaurants in south Essex are expected to remain after the chain announced the closure of almost 100 restaurants.