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Article by Piers Meyler: A Billericay community champion who was centre of town life for more than four decades has died at the age of 86.
Trevor Stansfield was a long-time member of the Rotary Club of Billericay, joining the club more than 20 years ago in 1997.
Article by Brian Jeeves: Paris Smith was on target five times as Billericay Town Ladies swept aside their Ipswich Development counterparts in what was a one-sided Eastern Regional Women’s Football League Cup tie at Wickham Market FC.
Article by Charles Thomson: “Ruthless and relentless.” This is Gavin Callaghan’s motto, he says, since taking the reins of Basildon Council last May.
The Labour chief claims council officers are finding it hard to keep pace with he and his fellow group leaders.
Star Wars actor Alfie Curtis has died at his home in Billericay, aged 87.
Mr Curtis shot to fame when his character appeared in the original Star Wars 1977 movie, Episode IV – A New Hope.
Article by Hannah Kane: A mum from Billericay is delighting local families by putting together 'reverse advent calendars' for those less fortunate this Christmas.
Emma Bilton, 40, rallied other mums together and encouraged them to fill a box of festive treats for people in need over the holidays.
Tommy Wathen &Lottie O'Neill: A former Billericay Town cheerleader and model is being sentenced at Chelmsford Crown Court today (Thursday, December 14) after she admitted benefiting from her ex-boyfriend's conspiracy to defraud a large number of elderly people.
Article by Alasdair Hooper: Train ticket prices are set to rise in January once again after the rail industry announced an average increase of 3.4 per cent.
The fare rise will come into effect from January 2 2018 and it is the largest increase for five years.
Article by The Echo: Billericay Town Council has become the first to formally sign an agreement with Essex Police to fund a Community Special Constable.
The move comes as part of Essex Police’s continued commitment to drive up the number of volunteer officers and keep policing local, visible and accessible.
Article by The Echo: Fire crews were called to the scene of a road accident after a car skidded on ice, mounted a pavement and landed on top of a gas regulator in a garden.
Article by Abi Yates: A community have taken a tragedy and turned it into something positive by creating a collection of pictures and memories to raise awareness and funds for mental health.
A book called Moments was put together over the past few months after people on a Facebook discussion page asked for positive and happy thoughts for one day only.
Article by Luke Lambert: Harry Wheeler says Glenn Tamplin will remain involved in the Billericay Town first team after the owner posted a cryptic message on social media.
The Billericay manager and owner said on his Twitter account that he would be coming off social media and ‘hand over lots of other things for three months’ due to stress.
Article by Charles Thomson: A solar farm will remain on green belt land in Billericay until 2046, after councillors approved a six-year extension.
Local Tory councillor Andrew Schrader, who voted against extending the planning permission, said he was ’absolutely furious’ about the decision.