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Public Survey on the Local Bus Network

From Essex Highways

As part of a Countywide review of the Essex bus network, we would like to get your views on how the local bus network could be improved.

An online public survey has been launched to get the view of bus users and non-users on the bus network. To make the information as relevant as possible, we are most interested in responses which relate to the districts in which the responder travels most often by bus or (if not) where the person travels most often within the county.

Please see the links below to the surveys for each district.

Chelmsford – https://consultations.essex.gov.uk/iptu/bus-network-reviews-chelmsford

Thank you for your assistance and if you have any questions please contact: passenger.transport@essex.gov.uk

Kind Regards

 Integrated Passenger Transport Unit

 passenger.transport@essex.gov.uk

Environmental Project – Thanks to all the volunteers!

This weekend 18 volunteers from Boreham and beyond planted 1,000 tree whips to create more than 200 metres of new hedgerow and other habitat to help biodiversity and combat climate change. This is part of a Boreham Parish Council environmental project and was supported by the Essex Forest Initiative. A big thank you to all  the volunteers who came out to plant trees. A special thank you too to local farmer David Bolton who did not hesitate to help when the lorry delivering our mulch got stuck in the mud. His tractor arrived within minutes and towed the lorry off the field. Brilliant!

Boreham Walks

Fancy a walk in Boreham but don’t know where the footpaths are?

You can view the footpath leaflet by clicking here: Boreham Parish Footpaths Map or you pick up a printed leaflet from the Parish Office, Boreham Village Hall.

More detailed information is available for each walk, by clicking on the links below:

Latest Covid-19 update

The playground equipment is all closed to help prevent the spread of the CoronaVirus. The Parish Council have taped off all of the play equipment, but some of this has been removed and some are continuing to use it. We appreciate that most residents are taking a sensible approach but there are some who continue to ignore the guidelines. Unfortunately if we are unable to stop people from using the play equipment, we may be forced to reconsider the decision to leave the Recreation Ground open. This is for everyone’s health and well-being.

The Parish Council have been made aware on Facebook that there continues to be parents taking off the tape to allow children to play on the equipment.  Government guidelines have instructed playground equipment to be closed as the virus is transmitted on surfaces where children have been playing.  If you see anyone allowing their children to play on the equipment please call the Police on 101.

Planning Applications

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