A WOMAN has been reported for careless driving following an early morning crash which resulted in a road having to be closed. Essex Police officers were called to Balkerne Hill, Colchester, at 8.40am, on Sunday, where they a found a damaged burgundy Toyota. The car had been involved in a single vehicle collision but no serious injuries were said to have been sustained as a result.
THERE are lots of cool places to work in north Essex, but we bet there aren't many cooler than Colchester Zoo. There can't be many more exciting places to work and we're sure no two days are the same. And there are often opportunities at the Maldon Road attraction, particularly now it is now back open to the public.
A major road near Tiptree is shut after a serious accident involving a cement lorry this afternoon (Thursday, June 17). A cement lorry driving along Maldon Road near Tiptree, Essex, has reportedly crashed into a ditch, blocking the road. Traffic is sprouting either side of the closure, which is in place between Fountain Lane and Birch Road to the north of Tiptree.
By Rebecca Creed Digital Audience and Content Editor The B1022 Maldon Road is closed between Fountain Lane and Birch Road A road in Tiptree is closed after a cement lorry left the road and crashed into a ditch. The B1022 Maldon Road is closed between Fountain Lane and Birch Road.
MINDLESS vandals smashed the glass panels in bus shelters in Colchester. Pia Evelyne Bäckman took photos of the two bus shelters, in Maldon Road and Shrub End Road, on Wednesday morning. The glass panels in the bus shelters appear to have been shattered by rocks. It is believed the vandalism took place overnight on Tuesday.
Fun family days out are back on the agenda this summer, following months of coronavirus restrictions and being cooped up indoors. Now that socialising with our relatives and friends is possible, many families are planning fun days out — but most are still inclined to stay close to home.
Passholders at Colchester Zoo will be able to visit the attraction without booking as of Monday. The attraction, in Maldon Road, has announced plans to help those with passes make the most of the zoo. The move is on a trial basis for now, with the zoo having alreading tested out the plans open reopening earlier this year.
How many bikes have been stolen in south Essex within a month THIS is how many bikes were stolen in towns across south Essex within a single month. The latest data from police.uk has shown the hotspots for bikes being taken from central Basildon and Southend, Rochford, Rayleigh and Canvey.
Nearly 1,500 runners took part in Colchester Zoo event Nearly 1,500 hardy souls laced up their shoes for Sunday’s event, which started and finished at the Maldon Road zoo. Watched by elephants, zebras, rhinos and giraffes, runners started in waves to adhere to social-distancing guidelines issued by RunBritain and UK Sport.
INDOOR areas at Colchester Zoo are set to reopen today as lockdown eases, zoo bosses have confirmed.From today, as lockdown restrictions are relaxed further, the indoor parts of the Maldon Road attraction will once again be open to visitors.This mean's you'll be able to see animals like the sealions, lorikeets as well as the zoo's new orangutan arrivals Mali and Tatau.
Which roads are closing for the Colchester Zoo Stampede?LOOK out for road closures because of this weekend’s Colchester Zoo Stampede event.Various roads in Stanway, Birch and Copford are shutting because of the popular 10km run.The roads that are closing include the B1022, Beckingham Hall Road, Maldon Road, Birch Road, Easthorpe Road, Rectory Road, Fountain Lane, Hardy’s Green, Maldon Road and Rectory Road.
Remembering former Colchester Zoo resident Rajang the orangutan WITH the news Colchester Zoo has welcomed the long-awaited arrival of its new Bornean orangutans Mali and Tatau we thought it was a good time to look back at the life of the attraction's most famous former resident, beloved by residents across the town.
These jobs are still on offer at Colchester Zoo COLCHESTER Zoo is one of the biggest attractions in Essex, and even in the east of England.Its hundreds of species also make it one of the most interesting and varied places to work in the county.And there are often opportunities at the Maldon Road attraction, particularly now it is now back open to the public.
Colchester Zoo recruiting for six jobs including animal keeper AT the top of many people's lists of dream places to work in the borough would probably be Colchester Zoo.There can't be many more exciting places to work and we're sure no two days are the same.
COLCHESTER Zoo is welcoming visitors again after three months of being closed.The Maldon Road venue, one of our biggest and best tourist attractions, reopened its doors after lockdown rules eased earlier this month.In the fortnight since, it has proved extremely popular, with a restriction on the number of visitors per day to ensure social-distancing measures are complied with.
Colchester Zoo to trial passholders not needing to book Colchester Zoo has confirmed passholders will be able to visit without needing to book this week as part of a trial.The attraction, in Maldon Road, has announced plans to help those with passes make the most of the zoo.