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Ford Galaxy rally car - Screwball Rally 2018

From the 20th – 24th September 2018, Billericay resident, John Dillion and his 4 man team will coax a £500 Ford Galaxy across Europe, travelling over 200 miles to compete in the 2018 Screwball Rally Challenge.

Article by Tommy Wathen: Billericay Town's multi-millionaire owner Glenn Tamplin is giving himself three weeks to find a new buyer with "the same ambition" as him otherwise he is staying at the club, he has said.

Swimming goggles

Article by Kirsty Hough: Basildon Council has announced that Billericay Swimming Pool, in Lake Meadows, had a fire this morning (Wednesday 5 September 2018).

Billericay Town Football Club logo

Article by Luke Lambert: Glenn Tamplin has sensationally revealed he is quitting as Billericay Town owner and is putting the club up for sale.

Merry Christmas decoration

Article by Kirsty Hough: For the last 25 years, the Billericay-based garden centre has unveiled its festive displays on the August Bank Holiday.

Judge gavel

Article by By Katie Feehan: A teenage driver who led police on a chase while high on drugs has been spared jail... so he avoids “mixing with criminals”.

Harry Wheeler

Article by Matt Harris: Harry Wheeler was sacked by text by Billericay Town owner Glenn Tamplin five minutes before the end of Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at Chippenham Town on Saturday.

Article by Matthew Critchell: A student equalled his sister’s incredible academic success with nine top grades at GCSE and an A-Level aged just 16.

Spice King Billericay High Street

Article by Kirsty Hough: A man has been arrested after immigration enforcement officers raided a take-away.

Lindsey Morgan, far left, gets her name on the scoresheet Picture: NICKY HAYES

Article by Danny Rust: Billericay Town Ladies manager Kim Coster wants her side to be challenging for honours after picking up a thumping opening day win.

Harriet Nicol

Article by Alasdair Hooper: Around 200 people came out in support at a charity football game in memory of a St Martin’s schoolgirl who took her own life last year.

Empty chairs

Article by Tommy Wathen: A-level results are finally out and students are learning whether they have got the required grades for their chosen university course.