Borough Councillor Dave Harris, Working for Colchester and Berechurch residents. 
 (Also County Councillor for Shrub End and Berechurch )

Working all year round for the community !

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Lethe Grove planters filled with flowers by Dave and Kims team

Posted by Dave Harris on September 21, 2010 at 1:32 PM Comments comments (0)

At the entrance to Lethe Grove, Friday Wood green, there are 2 brick planters, that have been barren for some time


After we found out that highways verge management do not own them, we foound out they were put in by developers a long time ago. They looked neglected and look unwelcoming


Councillors Dave Harris and Kim Naish arranged with our team of volunteers to grow some plants in their free time, and then over the past few weekends they have been putting the plants in place.

Winter plants and all year round plants have been put in,


This makes a welcome home visual impact for residents of Berechurch Hall Road, Lethe grove, Friday Wood green, Solus estate and anyone passing.


Local residents have expressed thanks for this, and we will keep the area looking good.


Any help offered ring 01206 545889



Councillor Dave Harris,



Litter Pick on the Willows area Completed

Posted by Dave Harris on May 30, 2010 at 11:13 AM Comments comments (0)

Saturday 29th May saw another litter pick with only 2 bags of rubbish picked up,. The litter was mainly on the greensward, and that is probably because of a missing litter bin


Please remind everyone use the litter bins or take your litter home with you.


Keep up the good work as there is less litter around with our concerted efforts



Councillor Dave Harris

Rubbish dumping in the area

Posted by Dave Harris on March 9, 2010 at 4:39 PM Comments comments (0)

There has been an example of rubbish dumping in the area within the past few days.

The wooded area between Solus Estate and Berefield Way has been used by persons unknown to dump household rubbish

Our country side is precious and needs to be protected and maintained

If you live in certain areas of Berchurch you can get a "free booked bulky goods collection" from your door. It makes sense to recycle and get your dicarded items collected or transported to the tip in Shrub end


As a team we have asked for a clean up force to remove the items from the woods, thats costs Taxpayers money of course. we encourage anyone to contact us who has problems getting rid of items.


We are here to help


So ring 01206 545889 to discuss the best way to deal with rubbish items.


Best Wishes

Cllr Dave Harris