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Hockley Parish Council
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Hockley and District Horticultural Society have opened their trading hut and will be open from 10am to 12 noon every Sunday morning until Sunday 29th October. We are located behind Hawkwell Village Hall with free parking. We have compost; grow bags and all sorts of fertilisers, all at very competitive prices. Membership is £3 per family per year. There is also friendly advice on various aspects of gardening.
17th Mar 2017
Hockley Christmas Lights – Street Event is back!
The Parish Council are pleased to announce that it has agreed to host the Christmas Lights Street Event on Saturday 25th November this year. Further details will be available later.
27th Feb 2017
THE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER
WANTS TO TALK WITH YOU
Police and Crime Commissioner Public Meeting
Thursday, March 9, 2017 - 18:30 to 20:30
Do you care about the way your community is policed?
Do you want to know the facts about crime in your area?
Come along to Roger Hirst's public meeting and have your say
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex will be holding the next District meeting in Rochford on Thursday 9th March. The event will be held at the Council Chambers, Civic Suite, 2 Hockley Road, Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 8EB and will begin at 6.30pm finishing at 8.00pm - you are welcome to join or leave the meeting at any time
The local district meetings specifically address issues that the community are facing, and the Police and Crime Commissioner will bring the community together with the local district commander and the local community safety partnership manager to hear the concerns of the community, and discuss the work the police and CSP are doing to address these. The Police and Crime Commissioner will be there to help the local community get the answers they need about crime and safety in their local area.
This is an open meeting and all members of the public are welcome.