Lokale Zeitungen in southend essex

lokale Zeitungen in southend essex

23 Southend has industrial parks located at Progress Road, Comet and Aviation Ways in Eastwood and Stock Road in Sutton.
By 2006, the majority, or 52 of the Southend population were between the ages of 1654, 18 were below age 15, 18 were above age 65 and the middle age populace between 5564 accounted for the remaining.
16 Victoria and Milton wards have the highest percentage of ethnic minority population.
The old Central Library building has become home to the Beecroft Gallery.In 1914 the enlarged Southend gained the status of county borough, exempt from county council control and a dating sex Etikette single-tier of local government.Formerly known as South East Essex College, (and previously Southend Municipal College) the college changed name in January 2010 following a merger with Thurrock and Basildon College.The Cliffs Pavilion is a large building to host concerts and performances on ice, opening in 1964.The East 15 Acting School, a drama school, has its second campus there.

80 81 York Road Market edit Demolition of the historic market began on 82 The site became a car park.
Jones (jewellers) being the most notable.
77 In fiction edit Southend is the seaside vacation place chosen by the John Knightley family in Emma by Jane Austen, published 1816.59 Southend has several small libraries located in Leigh, Westcliff, Kent Elms and Southchurch.The Edwardian Palace Theatre is a grade II building built in 1912.35 The centre has a 25m swimming pool and a world championship level diving pool with 1, 3, 5, 7 and 10m boards, plus springboards with the only.3m in the.Retrieved 15 December 2014.22 However the business announced the plan to relocate to Bristol in 2016.Retrieved "South End, Essex Jane Austen Gazetteer m".13 During the 2015 general and local election there was a turnout.17, equating to 80,899 votes cast.Wages for jobs based in Southend were the second lowest among UK cities in 2015.