From BBC News:
Welcome to the website for the Burnham & Dengie Hundred ReviewWelcome to the website for the Burnham-on-Crouch & the Dengie Hundred. The Review is a full colour glossy magazine in A5 format that provides local information and local interest articles to readers in Burnham-on-Crouch and the Dengie Hundred Peninsula.
The website provides the opportunity for readers from across the Dengie and the world to read the magazine online and to enter our competitions and read special features. The magazine is archived and back copies are available to read online.
The Burnham & Dengie Hundred Review is the local magazine for the Dengie Peninsula and is written, edited and published by local residents.
The Review is delivered to homes in Burnham-on-Crouch, Southminster and Althorne and to businesses, doctors, dentists, pubs, garages, shops and holiday parks in Mayland, Tillingham, Asheldham, Bradwell, St. Lawrence, Steeple and Latchingdon.
NatWest ClosureNatwest have confirmed they will be closing their Burnham-on-Crouch branch on the 18th March.
Their spokesman, Michael Crow has advised that the ATM will remain and arrangements have been made with Burnham-on-Crouch Post Office to allow Natwest customers to pay money in and take out, to check balances and get change.
At last night's Town Council meeting members were dismayed at the closure news but also concerned that the Post Office would not cope with the extra business. Cllr. Helen Elliott commented that there were now only two tellers on duty and our own experience is that at lunchtimes there may only be one which results in long queues
Anthony Steel, a retired surgeon, has organised a petition and copies are available around the town including One Stop on the High Street.
The photo shows John Whittingdale MP opening the newly refurbished post office.