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If you are a resident of Basildon Borough and you haven't received a copy of the latest edition of 'together' magazine (Winter 2020 edition) through your letterbox by Monday, 21 December 2020, let us know by completing our online form. (Please note: We will only use the details you provide on this form for the purpose of sending you a copy of the latest edition of 'together' magazine, and only on this one occasion.).
Mental health - focused on meeting your needs - Covid-19 Community Response - Shop local shop safe - The Community Hub - Street Tag helping to get Basildon moving - Reimagining Basildon Town Centre - How a life was changed in five hours - Retraining can get you back on course - Basildon borough begins new bloom - Update from your District Commander - We're Cleaning Up Campaign underway in borough parks - Molly the milk carton - The Gateway to Grime - Events - How the council works - One small change, can make a big difference.
Think you know Basildon - Citizens advice volunteer appeal - Youth zone gains momentum - Basildon town centre - but not as you know it - Digital tech on show at new campus - Parents supporting parents - Jobs, training & more - The Advice Store's first year - Community governance review - Investing in what's really important for Basildon - Harmonies boost feel-good hormones - Preserving Basildon's 'green urban borough' status - Uniting Basildon - 'Our Place' Basildon's biggest ever borough conversation - Pitsea shops tune in to stay safe - 30 years of service to the borough - Elections 2020 - Bag a bargain at uniform bank - Believe in Basildon Business Awards - Events - Crunch times
Together at Christmas - State-of-the-art campus moves into town centre - What a year! Basildon at 70 - Basildon at Christmas gets explosive start - Giving back to Wickford at Christmas - Streetlights back on in the borough - Valuing Our Place - Bringing the West End to Basildon - Bringing confidence and friendships on the court - Housing News - Celebrating the borough's volunteers - Making green energy more affordable - Town Centre development - Training the future radio presenters - Lottery is just the ticket for local charities - Keep Well This Winter - Events - Crunch times - Committee meetings & Christmas opening hours - Councillor contacts
Our Place survey - Back on track with everyone active - White tie and tales of yesteryear - Let the memories shine - Basildon at 70 heroes - Sharing our past with our future - Free New Town Sounds music festival - Howzat for a community club! - Community at the heart - Neighbours getting together to tackle crime - Festival in 70 years time... - Create your own Basildon Story - Classic cars, music and carnival spirit - Made in Basildon: driven worldwide - Improving the lives of local people - Celebrating Swan at 25 - News readers - Bit Time Basildon - Events - Crunch times - Elections
Building confidence through boxing - Springtime on the farm - Thanks for the memories, 70 years of new town - Fighting against cancer - Bringing Evita to life on the Towngate stage - The Advice Store is ready to help - Learning to thrive with diabetes - Housing News - Brighter days for brighter futures - A cafe to remember - Safer Basildon - Help is on hand for childhood worries - Celebrating 100 years of carnival magic - Neighbours unite under one Parasol - Reaching out to dads - Gone too soon - Committee meetings - Crunch times
Winning panto formula is back...oh yes it is! - Keeping the Dogs Trust message alive this Christmas - Conserving nature for future generations - A helping hand for struggling families - Putting Billericay on the musical map - Keeping heritage at the heart of the community - Wombling free in Wickford - Combatting loneliness one tea party at a time
Through the keyhole of a Sempra home - Basildon's finest fitting out the City - Keeping the Olympic spirit alive - From the classroom to the racetrack.
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