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.
Carnival Queen SelectionIt was another great Burnham evening on the 20th May as we chose our Carnival Queen for the September 24th event. The judges had a tough job but made their decision in favour of Jazmine Jefferies, a 17 year old currently working at a Freight Forwarding company, Leonie Hunt was a very strong second place.
Jazmine then chose her princesses by picking their names from a hat and Olivia Bird, 11 from St. Mary's Primary and Connie Nicholls, 10 from Burnham Primary were chosen.
The girls officially become the new court on the morning of this year's Carnival and then will spend the next 12 months representing the town at other carnivals and events.
The girls had sashes placed on them by the currentcourt of Queen Rhea Climaco and princesses Paige Gilmore and Tilly Grindley Miller.
Rhea Climaco has been one of our best Queens for many years and has been a huge credit to herself, the Carnival and of course to the town. She has only been in Burnham a few years but we are very fortunate that she chose our town to live in.