Anyone in There?

01/07/2020

Sitting at the top of Crown Hill, lies an empty shell of a building formerly a public toilets. It’s a stark reminder to me in which the way a Council handles ‘investment’ projects. It should be remembered that the public toilet project which essentially a strategy constructed to shift the cost to local town and […]

Rayleigh Town Council Cancels 2020

30/06/2020

Last night, Rayleigh Town Council Chairman informed members of the Council, that the following events had now been cancelled in the “interest and concern for the health and safety of members of public.” Primary School General Knowledge Quiz 2020Great Easter Egg Hunt 2020St George’s Day Flag Raising at the Pavilion – 23rd April 2020School Council […]

It’s Armed Forces Day and I Salute You All!

27/06/2020

It’s Armed Forces Day and I just wanted to give a shout out to our Armed Forces who work tirelessly around the world defending our country, promoting peace, delivering aid, fighting terrorism, or helping test for COVID-19! They are always ready to help in times of crisis. The dedicated men and women of our Armed […]

Update: Travellers At Rayleigh Leisure Centre

07/06/2020

When will the travellers leave the site?  Unless the leave on their own accord, officers from Rochford District Council have informed me that the matter is now in the hands of its legal team to follow the legal process to remove the travellers from the site. This could potentially take slightly longer than normal due to […]

Rayleigh’s Market Returns

01/06/2020

I’ve received the following today from Rayleigh Town Council… Following the Government’s announcement that open-air markets may re-open, the market will return gradually on Wednesday 3rd June, but in a limited capacity, only 4 stalls will be permitted.  This is due to the need to keep to social distancing and to be considerate to the other […]

Ryanair PtII and The CAA

31/05/2020

I’m hoping that BBC’s Watchdog programme, is seriously considering an investigation into Ryanair’s rogue business practices. Ryanair’s CEO Michael O’Leary should be a top contender for its rogue trader’s gallery on BBC one’s watchdog. The company is currently withholding hundreds of thousands of pounds if not millions, in ex-passengers money who have had their flights […]

Employer or Employee? Get the Right Advice

15/05/2020

Small businesses don’t always have their own ‘HR department’ so a quick tip that I wanted to share with readers of my blog that the ACAS service is a really useful resource which offers advice the Furlough scheme and all other COVID-19 issues. Many employees will be anxious about returning to work and employers may […]

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