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Article by Charles Thompson: Councillor have approved plans to spend £350,000 on improvements for Billericay High Street, over the protests of Labour councillors representing deprived areas in Basildon.
Article by Danny Rust: Nicole Farmer hopes she never has to don the gloves again after briefly having to take over in goal during Billericay Town Ladies’ comeback win over Wymondham Town Ladies in the Women’s FA Cup.
Article by Charles Thomson: Basildon Tories’ decision to axe homes from their strongholds in the Local Plan has cost the borough more £20million in infrastructure investment, planning officers have confirmed.
A knife wielding thief threatened staff before leaving a shop with thousands in cash.
The new owner of a puppy is warning others to be aware of unlicensed sellers after being left with a £1,000 vet bill.
Article by Katie Feehan: A woman has been fined and ordered to pay compensation after her dog injured a child.
Article by The Echo: A town council has demolished a popular skate ramp following years of vandalism.
Article by Alasdair Hooper: This year marks the 250th anniversary of circus in the UK and, for Billericay, the ever-popular Circus Wonderland returns this week.
From the 20th – 24th September 2018, Billericay resident, John Dillion and his 4 man team will coax a £500 Ford Galaxy across Europe, travelling over 200 miles to compete in the 2018 Screwball Rally Challenge.
Article by Tommy Wathen: Billericay Town's multi-millionaire owner Glenn Tamplin is giving himself three weeks to find a new buyer with "the same ambition" as him otherwise he is staying at the club, he has said.
Article by Kirsty Hough: Basildon Council has announced that Billericay Swimming Pool, in Lake Meadows, had a fire this morning (Wednesday 5 September 2018).