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Summer is just around the corner and that can only mean one thing - the return of the Fling Festival! The festival will return to Hylands Park, Chelmsford on Saturday 6 July 2019.
Chelmsford City Council is now accepting award nominations for people who go the extra mile to look after their local environment for this year’s Chelmsford Champions Awards.
To promote Walk to School month back in October, the South Essex Parking Partnership (SEPP) asked schools in Essex to get creative with a poster competition.

Schools across Essex were asked to design posters which represented the things they enjoy when travelling to and from school.
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Chelmsford City Theatres are teaming up with West End star Lee Mead to bring an intimate production of the award-winning play ‘Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me’ to the city this June. Lee, well known for his roles in ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat’ and BBC dramas ‘Casualty’ and ‘Holby City’, will both star in and co-produce Frank McGuinness’s play.
A city play area has been awarded special status as it has been adapted for disabled children and wheelchair users.
The Adventure Castle play area in Hylands Park is now officially accredited by PiPA, also known as Planning Inclusive Play Areas.
Work is now officially underway on the county’s first ever all-through school at Beaulieu in Chelmsford.

Construction on the new £34million school started following a ground-breaking ceremony at the site yesterday.