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Paul Edwards

Article by Kirsty Hough: Tributes have been flooding in to a “legend” who died suddenly. Paul Edwards, 34, died on Thursday following a fatal crash in Epping.

UK Power Networks logo

Article by Richard Duggan: Residents across the Brentwood and Billericay areas were left without electricity following an unplanned power cut this morning (Saturday, June 30).

Billericay Town Football team training

Article by Luke Lambert: Harry Wheeler says Billericay Town’s players need to reach the required intensity quickly if they are to win a place in his team come the first game of the season.

Eva in the NICU after she was born three months early

Article by Lottie O'Neill: A Billericay mum has described her shock at giving birth to her daughter after just 27 weeks of pregnancy and how her tiny child weighed less than a bag of sugar.

Classroom chairs

Article by Alasdair Hooper: The Billericay School has maintained its “good” rating from Ofsted following an inspection in May.

Housing minister James Brokenshire with Basildon Tory leader Andrew Baggott yesterday

Article by Charles Thomson: Tory councillors met with the Government housing minister yesterday to discuss the borough’s Local Plan – but have refused to discuss what was said.

CCTV of theft suspects

Essex Police has released CCTV images of two men wanted for questioning over a theft in Billericay.

Stephen Lazell

Article by James Gregory: The wife of a convicted paedophile has said she will stand by her husband despite him being sentenced for watching child and animal pornography.

Stephen Lazell, 59, of Abbots Ride in Billericay, accessed indecent images of babies and children over a 13-year period.

Paul Hart - Southend Wheelers

Article by The Enquirer: A managing Director from Ramsden Heath near Billericay has smashed a national 50-mile cycling record.

Jim Wroe was seriously injured during the Billericay Soapbox Derby over the Early May Bank Holiday weekend

Article by Tommy Wathen: A fundraising page has been set up to support the "community hero" left seriously injured following a crash at the Billericay Soapbox Derby earlier this month.

BARK volunteers at garden project

Article by Kirsty Hough: A volunteer group is building a new garden for a pre-school. Billericay Acts of Random Kindness have started work on the new play area for the children at Noah’s Ark Pre-School in Mill Hill Drive.

Dementia Friends

A care home worker at Anisha Grange Care Home in Billericay will attempt to educate people about dementia by making them Dementia Friends throughout May.