Monthly Archives: November 2014

We BID You A Merry Christmas!

Your little ones will love the biggest & best ever Santa Parade Read More →


In Peace and War – Essex is Forever Fascinating

The sheer numbers of people attending the recent Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day commemorations across Essex, and two million visitors to the Tower of London’s powerful display of ceramic poppies, highlights the nation’s desire to not forget the sacrifice made by men and women in conflicts spanning the last century Read More →


Have a very Happy Essex-mas

This year, give the ultimate gift – the county of Essex Read More →


You’re Going To Need A Bigger Tank

Black Tip Reef Shark Too Big For Scottish Aquarium Finds New Home in Southend Read More →


Empty office block could be transformed into flats

A disused Southend landmark could be converted into sixty much-needed homes, says property expert Mike Gray Read More →


Seafront Fireworks Kick Off Winter In Style

Southend BID’s Big Bang Theory Pays-Off Read More →


Sweet BREEAMS are made of this

London Southend Airport’s terminal extension has been rated ‘Very Good’ under the world’s foremost environmental assessment and rating system for buildings. Read More →


The Snowman and Snowdog fly in to lights switch on

Two of the best loved stars of the festive small screen are stepping in to switch on Southend’s Christmas lights this weekend (Saturday 15 November) after Cliffs Pavilion panto star David Hasselhoff had to return to the US due to family reasons. Read More →


Winter Wonderland at The Royals

The Snowman and The Snowdog and Wallace & Gromit star in jam packed festive celebrations Read More →


Poppy public art in Southend High Street – thanks to the BID

A remembrance poppy artwork, to coincide with the one hundred year WW1 anniversary and Remembrance Day, has been created on the wall beside the railway bridge in Southend High Street. Read More →