Welcome to 2020 and our new website which contains (and will contain) a lot of information, not just about Stanway Parish Council, but (over time) much, much more. For example, the Community Section provides a calendar of events which local organisations can add to (noting that this will be subject to editorial review to ensure suitability before publication).
Stanway Parish Council is the third tier of local government in the area and is totally independent from the other two tiers, Essex County Council and Colchester Borough Council.
SPC provides some of your local services, but, to make this website a 'one stop shop', we have created an A -Z which (once fully developed) will provide you with information and links about almost everything in Stanway.
As your Parish Council, we strive to make Stanway a better place to live, work and play. Here, you will find a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search facility or browse through the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require, then please contact us.
Colchester Borough Council have published a very useful compendium of information and contacts, with lots of links to advice and guidance about Coronavirus. Please circulate it as widely as possible, printing it, if necessary, to give to your relatives, neighbours and other residents who may not use the Internet.
For further updates, save the link below in your browser.
Posted: Mon, 30 Mar 2020 11:48 by David Lines
The Essex Resilience Forum (ERF), made up of all the county public sector organisations, is tasked with ensuring that people with the most serious health conditions across – Essex, Southend and Thurrock - are shielded from social contact for 12 weeks during the peak of the epidemic. These people have been contacted already by the NHS and offered food package deliveries.
A distribution hub has been set up in Witham (central Essex), with two other hubs set up by Southend and Thurrock Councils. From this weekend, food deliveries to hubs will begin to be dispatched to the most vulnerable residents. More »
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Posted: Mon, 30 Mar 2020 11:27 by David Lines
If you or someone you know is vulnerable and has been a victim of fraud, please call Essex Police on 101.
Report fraud or attempted fraud by contacting Action Fraud via the link or call 0300 123 2040.
Posted: Mon, 30 Mar 2020 11:23 by David Lines