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In the News: March 2021

In the news: Park wardens introduced to improve community safety across the borough

Park wardens are out patrolling from today (Thursday 1 April) to improve community safety across our borough's parks and open spaces.

In the news: Borough leisure facilities preparing to welcome back customers

Borough leisure facilities are getting ready to reopen and welcome back customers next month.

In the news: Basildon Council launch Rediscovering your Parks campaign

Basildon Council is today launching our Rediscovering your Parks campaign, to recognise the huge benefits our borough's parks and open spaces have had throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

In the news: Basildon Council to donate over 100 laptops to our borough's schoolchildren

Basildon Council are donating over 100 laptops to Every Child Online, to help support disadvantaged children in our borough.

In the news: 3500 trees being planted in Wickford Memorial Park as part of 26-acre extension

3500 trees are currently being planted in Wickford Memorial Park as part of the 26-acre extension to the park.

In the news: Basildon Council donate £3550 to support three charities in Pitsea

The Pitsea Town Centre Working Group have agreed to donate a total of £3550 to support three charities in the town.

In the news: Basildon Council to create five remembrance tree circles across the borough

Basildon Council are working to introduce five community orchard blossom tree circles in separate areas across the borough.

In the news: Vandalised Swan Mead Play Area to get £150,000 improvements

£150,000 is to be spent on a brand new play area for Swan Mead Park.

In the news: Basildon Council to continue with £20,000 yearly grant to Basildon, Billericay and Wickford Council for Voluntary Service

Basildon Council has agreed to continue providing a yearly £20,000 grant to Basildon, Billericay and Wickford Council for Voluntary Service (BBWCVS).

In the news: Basildon Council and the West Ham Foundation working collaboratively in the community

Basildon Council are working together with the West Ham Foundation to grow our joint delivery of projects, to further support and provide opportunities for our borough's

In the news: Council welcomes partnership with Sanctuary Supported Living

Rough sleepers in Basildon will now be helped by Sanctuary Supported Living after Basildon Council agreed a new partnership aimed at overcoming barriers to homelessness.

In the news: Planning permission granted for Basildon Youth Zone

Basildon's state-of-the-art OnSide Youth Zone moved a huge step closer last night after a planning application was approved by Basildon Council.

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