There have been a recent spate of burglaries in the Village. Crimes can take place at any time of day or night, so please be vigilant and keep and eye open on your own, and your neighbours, properties.
You can phone the police on 101 to report any strange activity, but if it is an emergency and you require the police immediately, please phone 999.
For any one who is new to the village and is interested, we do have a paper delivery service. The papers come from the Post Office at Marks Tey and are delivered to a point in the village where the children collect them and deliver them before going to school. Unfortunately this delivery service is limited to the village only during the week (Mon – Fri), all out lying houses have to fend for themselves. There is a delivery service to the outlying houses as well as the village at the weekend though. The charge is 30p per day in the village and 75p per day (Sat – Sun) for out lying house. This cost may seem high, but it has to cover the cost of the children and weekend adult who deliver the papers and also the cost of the man who delivers early every morning to the village. If any one is interested in having a paper delivered they should contact the Post Office at Marks Tey and let them know your name and address and where your house is situated.SCOUTS, BEAVERS AND CUBS
Places are available for girls and boys to attend our Beaver Colony (6-8 years), Cub Pack (8 – 10.5 years) and Scout Troop (10.5 – 14.5 years).
We meet every Wednesday evening during school term time in the Village Hall. Beavers from 6pm to 7:15pm, Cubs from 7pm to 8:30pm and Scouts from 7:30pm to 9pm.
If you know a young person who might like to join our group, please contact Melvin Tarman (number above) or speak to any of our Leaders on Wednesday evenings.
Places are available for girls aged 7 — 11 years to join Great Tey Brownies
Due to lack of numbers the 35+yr old pack may have to close.
We meet Mondays at the village hall at 6pm
Please don’t let this happen. join now!
If you are nearly 7, call too!
Call: 01206 211350 for details
The maintenance of the roads and lanes in and around our village are the responsibility of Essex County Council. Their contact points have recently changed, and if you wish to contact them regarding any Highways issue, or to report potholes, please telephone 0845 603 7631 or email H&TLocalism&Customereast@essex.gov.uk
Great Tey Parish Council
ANTI SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR HOTLINE
Colchester Borough Council and Essex Police have joined forces to provide you with a direct line to report anti-social behaviour. You can now speak to a team of dedicated specialists who can talk through your problems and deal with your call more efficiently by assigning it to the correct agency.
The ASB hotline number is 282731, it will operate between 8.30am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday. Callers outside these times should leave a message, but urgent calls (i.e. threats to life) should ring 999.
FIRST RESPONDERS GROUP
Russell Cottis is very keen to hear from anyone wishing to find
out more about the FIRST RESPONDERS group in
Great Tey as more people are URGENTLY required.
Please email him on email@example.com or
by telephone 01787 223573