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Wivenhoe Community Information

Wivenhoe Wildlife Charter - Councillors agreed in June 2018, a Management Plan for St Mary's Churchyard. Details will be published as and when we determine them to communicate what we are doing.

Wivenhoe Wildlife Charter and Wild About Wivenhoe Annual Report - Read more about how we are supporting the Wildlife here in Wivenhoe 

Wivenhoe Citizens Advice is in need of volunteers- Please see the attached poster for more information. Volunteer Poster 

 Clifton Terrace Drainage Issue- The investigation into the drainage problem at Clifton Terrace continues. The situation has been complicated by the need to engage with a local property owner. The Council is committed to resolving this matter at the earliest opportunity.


Felled tree in WTC car park
- Following a recent survey of a tree in the Wivenhoe Town Council car park it was recommended that it be removed because it was diseased and posing a danger.

Notice of Vacancy in the Office of Councillor
- Please find attached a copy of the Notice of Vacancy arising from the resignation of Councillor Chris Singleton.

Upcoming Committee Meetings:
Follow the 'Council Information' tab above to see the agendas.

Town Council Services: To view the services we currently provide and find more out about our team, click here. For details about our Privacy Notice, click here.

For Other Services see our useful links page. 

Welcome to our new Mayor, Cllr. Bob Needham.
Bob was appointed as Wivenhoe Town Mayor at the Annual Town Council Meeting on Monday 21st May, 2018. Together with the Mayoress, Mrs Audrey Crosby, he says he is pleased to be Mayor of his home town and will relish the opportunity of serving the community. He is keen to promote the strengths of Wivenhoe and admires the strong heritage, artistic and community values that exist within the town. Bob's theme for the year is 'synergy' and realises that folk working together can produce far more in unity than they could ever do as individuals alone.

Colchester Borough Council Have Your Say  Find out how to have your say at any of the Colchester Borough Council Meetings held at 6pm unless otherwise advertised.