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The St. Luke’s Hospice charity shop in Billericay this week is celebrating its 10th year of helping to raise funds for vital Hospice services.
ITV crews are set to descend on Billericay, after boss Glenn Tamplin revealed they will be filming a documentary on the club - starting today (16th February 2019).
An Essex human resources specialist who has spent more than 25 years honing her expertise has set up a business serving local small and medium-sized businesses.
A Billericay school celebrated Chinese New Year last week as part of a new partnership with a Chinese school.
Billericay Tennis Club is throwing open its courts to former British and Davis Cup Players, Danny Sapsford and Luke Milligan and inviting anyone who wants to enjoy a day of coaching by stars of the game on 16th February.
Over 100 guests watch some of the cream of Billericay’s young talent perform at an evening showcase event on January 25th 2019.
Jim Shaw, a local hairdresser, barber and owner of Essensuals Toni & Guy Billericay received the incredible news that he had won the Best International Men’s Commercial Collection in the International Hairdressing Awards.
Article if Katie Feehan: Brewers are appealing for information after thugs smashed their way into a business and stole a safe containing thousands of pounds in cash.
Article by Paige Ingram: A 16-year-old boy was found stabbed in the leg outside a parade of shops in Billericay last night.
Article by BBC Essex: A woman's family are aiming to raise more than £500,000 so she move to the US for a trial cancer drug to treat a rare form of the disease.
Article by Lottie O'Neill: Police conducted a raid in the early morning and arrested a man in connection to a murder investigation.
Article by Ellis Whitehouse: A football club owned by a millionaire is rallying fans to support its application for a share of £100,000.