Parish Clerk: Donna Tristram
Victory Hall, Villa Road
Stanway, Colchester, Essex

Tags: Services

Ability Using Sport - Non Profit Organisation for Local Residents

Non Profit Disability and Community Group offering sports activities.

Posted: Fri, 02 Jul 2021 16:50 by Donna Tristram

Tags: Community, Health, Services

Councillor Vacancies

Stanway Parish Council have received two resignations from Brian and Jill Sleeper and accordingly are advising parishioners of these casual vacancies

Posted: Wed, 10 Mar 2021 11:48 by Donna Tristram

Tags: Community, Councillors, Notices, Services, vacancy

Violence & Vulnerability Unit Newsletter

Violence & Vulnerability Unit Newsletter from Essex Police

Posted: Thu, 04 Mar 2021 23:26 by Donna Tristram

Tags: Community, Crime, Domestic violence, Grants, Health, Newsletters, Notices, Police, Services

Become a Stanway Community Special Police Officer

Essex Police are recruiting Community Special Constables to serve in their community and Stanway Parish Council is willing to contribute to the daily incidental expenses of CSCs dedicated to their area. Follow the link to watch a video about the life of a Special. For more details, visit the Community/ Policing section of our website. If you are interested, please get in touch with us and we shall... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 04 Feb 2021 11:32 by David Lines

Tags: Community, Crime, Police, Services

Community Policing update

A number of reports on our Community Policing webpage have been updated, including an alert about new email scams, a newsletter from the Violence and Vulnerability Unit, the Police and Crime Commissioner's weekly newsletter and the latest report from our Community Policing team. Follow the link for more information.

Posted: Wed, 03 Feb 2021 17:27 by David Lines

Tags: Crime, Domestic violence, Police, Services

Grants available via Essex Climate Action

A special report from the Essex Climate Action Commission which may be of interest to Stanway residents. It goes over all things eco happening in our county at the moment, and offers updates on Essex County Council's various environmental projects. It also offers information about possible grants for lower income households

Posted: Tue, 12 Jan 2021 17:26 by David Lines

Tags: Climate, Community, Services

Digital Chat & Support (Online)

Digital Chat & Support (Online)

CBC's Digital Access Support Team are pleased to let you know they are hosting Digital Chat & Support (Online) Sessions, and are now encouraging residents of the Borough to join them, the first one of 2021 being on Wednesday 6th January. These sessions will give individuals the opportunity to chat with a Digital Access Support Officer and ask any digital or technical questions they may have.

The... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 21 Dec 2020 11:09 by David Lines

Tags: Community, IT, Services

Find food support and advice

There is a wide range of support available within Colchester. Businesses and organisations are offering free meals, as well as fun activities for children during the school holidays. Find businesses and organisations that are local to you by following the link and using the map on the Colchester BC website

This also includes three venues that are providing activities with a meal.

Posted: Thu, 17 Dec 2020 15:28 by David Lines

Tags: Borough Council, Christmas, Community, Covid-19, Services

Christmas Card appeal

Colchester Borough Council are working in partnership with FaNs Network and ASDA to spread festive joy to local care home residents this Christmas.

They would love people to help support this special community project, which is working to ensure 831 local care home residents receive a personalised Christmas card.

From today, a special post box will be located at the exit foyer of ASDA Colchester. All... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 01 Dec 2020 16:55 by David Lines

Tags: Christmas, Community, Covid-19, Services

Protective winter blanket of support for residents worst hit by pandemic

Essex County Council is wrapping a protective blanket around the most vulnerable this winter, providing warmth, food, emergency grants and support to residents hit by the pandemic.
A government winter grant of £3.8m is being added to £2.4m existing funding to see struggling families and adults through Christmas and the dark days of winter.
The blanket £6.2m package for December to March... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 30 Nov 2020 16:12 by David Lines

Tags: Community, Covid-19, Services