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Free training in spotting domestic abuse

Chelmsford residents are being offered free online J9 training to raise awareness and to help victims of domestic abuse.

Council urges anyone faced with eviction to contact them ASAP

Chelmsford City Council is asking anyone who thinks they may be in danger of becoming homeless to contact them as early as possible.

Flying the flag for Armed Forces Day in Chelmsford

On 21 June Chelmsford City Council will be joining other local authorities to raise specially commissioned Armed Forces Day Flags in unison.

City Talk: the angels of Broomfield Road

The pandemic is in full swing. Chelmsford’s west end is quiet and empty, the shutters down on the shops and pubs.

What’s the council actually for?

If you’re over 18 and own or rent a home, you probably pay council tax. But do you know what it’s being spent on? Let’s break it down.

City Theatres to receive £125,000 from culture fund

Chelmsford City Theatres has received a pot of funding which will be used to help local freelancers and performances this summer.

Free federation memberships for Chelmsford businesses

Chelmsford City Council is financially subsidising business memberships to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).

£1.8 million pledged to business support scheme

Chelmsford companies will get support from a major business and skills programme in the coming months, following the impact of Covid-19.

Nominate your community stars in volunteer awards

Hundreds of volunteers, businesses and groups who have helped Chelmsford through the pandemic are being celebrated in a new campaign.

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