A list of Service Availability for the local area has been put together and can be downloaded using the link below. The list covers a range of services, including but not limited to welfare services, pharmacies, home delivery and takeaway, and shops for food supplies.
Following the alert sent out this morning, please see the official
government response to messages such as the one shown below:
“The Government has only sent one text message to the public regarding new rules about staying at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Any others claiming to be from UK Government are false.
Criminals are able to use spoofing technology to send texts and emails impersonating organisations that you know and trust. We would remind anyone who receives an unexpected text or email asking for personal or financial details not click on the links or attachments, and don’t respond to any messages that ask for your personal or financial details.”
The Town Council Offices will be temporarily relocating to the first floor of the Columbine, Princes Esplanade, Walton on the Naze, CO14 8PZ whilst refurbishment to the Council House is undertaken.
The Office at the Triangle Shopping Centre, Frinton on Sea will close on Friday 26 July to allow for final packing. Contact by telephone 01255 676666 or email firstname.lastname@example.org will still be available on the 29, 30 and 31 July, although this may be limited on the 1 & 2 of August due to the move.
The refurbishment is due to take approximately 10 weeks from 5 August 2019.
The Town Council apologies for any inconvenience caused during this time and we look forward to welcoming you to our refurbished Town Council Offices in October 2019.
The Town Mayor Councillor Mrs F. Robertson and Deputy Town Mayor Councillor Mrs A. Oxley were invited to judge an annual sandcastle building competition held by the Daniel Connal Partnership at Frinton on Sea beach on 14 June 2019. The Town, and Deputy Mayor did a brilliant job judging the sandcastles and really entered into the spirit of the event. Luckily the weather was kind on the day and a good time was had by those who attended.
Frinton and Walton Town Council are negotiating with Tendring District Council to purchase the Council House Building from them. Once the purchase is completed plans will be drawn up to make the main office bigger to enable the staff to continue with the service that they currently offer the residents of the Town Council Area. The purchase will cost £25,000 and there will also be additional costs to make the building fit for purpose and a safe place for staff to work and people to visit
Following the success of the past two years, the Town Mayor Councillor Jack Robertson requested that instead of exchanging Christmas cards that once again this year a contribution was made to the Walton and District Community Food Bank.
The food bank is a voluntary organisation which relies entirely on public donations to stock the Food Bank and these donations were gratefully received
Public consultation on TDC local plan –
issues and options consultation document (September 2015) –
consultation exercise between 1 September and 13 October 2015.
A public consultation is being held on
Thursday 17 September 2015 using a display of material (on loan) from
tending district council between 10 am and 4pm at the town council
offices, the council house, triangle shopping centre, Frinton-on-Sea.
Walton’s popular market was due to close permanently at the end of September 2007. Town Councillors were determined to retain the market which was so important to the life of the town. Rapid negotiations took place and with goodwill from Town and Country Markets and Tendring District Council, an underlease of the market was transferred to the Town Council on 23 November. The Town Council then negotiated short leases with Tendring District Council until April 2012 when a five year lease was agreed securing the Markets future.
The Town Council of Frinton & Walton operate Walton Market every Thursday throughout the year, and every Monday during the summer.