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Prosecco and sparkler

Article by Clare Youell: If you're a fan of the bubbly stuff, this one is definitely for you.

Organisers of the Prosecco Festival in Essex have just announced that there are a few tickets left so fans of the bubbly should get in quick.

Motor racing

Article by Yellow Advertiser: Talented teenager Jason Edwards will get his first taste of senior speedway at Lakeside on Friday – and he’s in at the deep end!

Edwards, who turned 15 last month, has been handed a dream debut for the Vortex Hammers in their National League play-off semi-final 1st leg showdown with Belle Vue at the Arena Essex Raceway (8pm).

Phil Turner outside Billericay Swimming Pool

Article by Hsin-Yi Lo: Basildon Conservative councillors have accused the current administration of exacting political revenge on Billericay in their proposal to withdraw two investments in the town.

Under the previous Conservative administration, they allocated £150,000 in the 2016/17 budget for improvements to the Billericay swimming pool and £78,000 to remove bottle banks at South Green shops to replace them with car parking spaces.

Fraser on his first day of school

Article by Sophie Finnegan: Fraser Simmonds' parents requested a new powered wheelchair so he could play with school friends as he started reception.

A "lonely" boy with a rare muscle-wasting condition is unable to join in with friends after the NHS refuse to fund a powered wheelchair for him.

Glenn Tamplin Ferrari wrap

Article by Tommy Wathen: Tamplin purchased the Ferraris and had them wrapped so Billericay Town fans could have a photo taken with them.

Billericay Town’s multimillionaire owner Glenn Tamplin has shown off his personalised supercar.

Essex County Council Mobile Library

Article by Charles Thompson: A charity for elderly people has criticised an Essex Council plot to axe more than 80 per cent of Basildon’s mobile library services.

Age UK Essex said the planned cuts would have a ’disproportionate effect’ on the borough’s OAPs and warned that local elderly people could become more isolated as a result.

Lake Meadows Skate Park

Article by Hsin-Yi Lo: Stronger security measures are being introduced to protect a skate park from being vandalised after it was repaired once more.

The skate park in Lake Meadows, Billericay, has always been a target of vandalism.

Swimming pool

Article by Charles Thomson: An investigation has been launched into whether Billericay Swimming Pool should be closed.

The ’options and viability appraisal’ was ordered after a Basildon Council report said more than £1million would have to be spent to keep the pool, in Lake Meadows, functional for the next 10 years.

Graphic of new classroom block - Ingleton Wood

Article by Hannah Kane: Students at a school in Billericay will get to learn in brand new classrooms in a new development costing over £1 million.

Mayflower High School, Billericay, will see its existing set of four demountables demolished once the new build is complete, with its 1,500 students expected to be able to use it by November.

Valentine Pomeranian Dog

Article by SophFinnegan: A woman is left heartbroken after she said three men broke into her home and stole her beloved dog while she was on the school run in Billericay.

Valentine, the miniature Pom, was taken from her home by the 'three men' who 'kicked in' the back door to gain access to the property on Thursday, September 7.

Billericay Art Trail 2017

Article by Kelly Buckley: Virtual reality 3D painting, a children's photography competition, a portrait artist of the year competition and a visit from a New Orleans style brass band... this is just a brief smattering of some of the events going on in Billericay over the next couple of weeks, during its annual art trail.

Amie Willenberg

Article by The Enquirer: After two weeks of bumpy roads, dirty feet and odd food, it is hard to keep the smiles from the faces of Billericay residents Damian Holland and Amie Willenberg.

Thanks to donations made after an appeal on the Facebook Billericay Discussion Page, Damian and Amie were able to take out a variety of football kits, balls and some much-needed and much-loved book bags to local schools in Gilgil; a rural town in the Rift Valley of Kenya plus a huge array of baby clothes to the Saidia children’s orphanage.