News

It's been our mission since 2011 to find, collate and distribute news, events info and information about Billericay. 

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The Billericay School logo

Article by Poppie Webster: A whole year group has been told to stay home and self-isolate after a fellow pupil tested positive for Covid-19.

Studio 360 hold winner sign - The Echo Gym of the Year 2020

Article by Matthew Critchell: A gym boss has spoken of the bitter sweet feeling of being crowned with the Echo gym of the year award, just before being forced to shut his business due to the lockdown.

Reids Bar Billericay

Article by Ellis Whitehouse: A popular bar has announced it will close for good due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Air conditioning unit

Modern ventilation systems found in most offices could impact the spread of coronavirus this winter, Billericay property and construction consultancy Ingleton Wood is highlighting.

Pizza Express Billericay High Street

Article by Poppie Webster: Billericay High Street's Pizza Express is set to close along with 72 of their other stores across the UK.

Minivan with no tyres

Article by Poppie Webster: A minivan drove four miles through the Basildon borough with flat tyres.. wearing them so thin the driver eventually lost all of them.

A mother and daughter duo are opening a new zero waste store in Billericay to help residents reduce waste and change lifestyles to improve the environment.

Scarlett Nugent holding cut hair

Article by Claire Nugent: Scarlet Nugent donated 12 inches of her hair to be used in wigs for children who have lost theirs through chemotherapy.

House plan drawing

Settling to a new home is probably one of the hardest parts of a move. And while often, we consider unpacking as the last step towards fully settling in, there are actually a few things that make a whole lot of difference in making your new house feel like home.

Cheque presentation at Quilters Junior School

Nearly 80 organisations have now registered to take part in next month’s Virtual Fun Walk with participants able to walk the distance anytime during the month to raise money for their favourite charity or local good cause.

Mark Noble signing football boot

Basildon Council has welcomed the Mark Noble Football School to the borough as it begins delivering football classes to sold-out demand, helping children remain active during the pandemic.