Branch Committee Members
During 2017

Chairman
Anthony Finnegan-Butler
Email: acfbutler@sky.com
Phone: 01255 851 035

Secretary
Joan Wrigley
Email: ukipclactonjohn@hotmail.co.uk
Phone: 01255 820833

Treasurer
John Roper
Email: mojacarjohn123@gmail.com
Phone: 01255 761012

Membership Secretary
John Wrigley
Email: ukipclactonjohn@hotmail.co.uk
Phone: 01255 820833

Events Organizer
Mike Vaughan-Chatfield
Email: mikevc@btconnect.com
Phone: 01255 814 801


Ben Smith
Graham Townley
Kate Hammond

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UKIP CLACTON MEETING


Dear Clacton Member,

The branches of Clacton and Harwich are to hold a joint hustings to select a candidate to stand for the party in the seat of Tendring Rural East in the 2017 Essex County Council Elections to be held next May.

You are invited to attend these proceedings at WICK LODGE, Jaywick Lane, Clacton-on-Sea to be held on Wednesday December 14th at 7.00pm for 7.30 pm.

The candidates offering themselves forward will be able to introduce themselves and make their case to the voting members assembled. They will have a limit of five minutes each.

We look forward to seeing you on the night where you will have the opportunity to select your party’s Candidate for Essex County Council.

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Reply From The Essex Police & Crime Commissioner

A few days ago your Chairman, Cllr. Mary Newton, wrote to Essex Police & Crime Commissioner, Nick Alston. This is the reply from Nick Alston:

Dear Councillor Newton,

Thank you for your email regarding proposed cuts to funding, in particular to those affecting PCSOs, which are still currently subject to consultation with affected staff.

Whilst the announcements made by the Chancellor of the Exchequer were encouraging, significant financial challenges still remain for Essex Police and constabularies up and down the country.  At present out best estimate is that Essex Police will need to find savings of between £10-12 million in 2016-17.  Given that 83% of the force’s budget is spent on staff it is inevitable that moving forward the number of people employed by Essex Police will get smaller.

Most of the savings which will need to be made are a result of cost pressures  such as changes to National Insurance and inflation that all police forces still have to meet.  In addition, the government has indicated that part of the central funding may be “top-sliced”, in effect ring-fenced at the national level for certain specialist functions such as increasing the number of trained firearms officers.

The definitive figure will not be made known until the full financial detail of the Comprehensive Spending Review is shared by the Government in mid-December 2015. Over the coming weeks the Chief Constable and I will be discussing in detail how to deliver the £10-12million in savings we still need to find next year. We are aiming to complete this work as soon as possible as currently valued members of police staff, including highly professional and highly valued PCSOs, remain unsure of their future.

Once any decisions are made the Chief Constable and I will of course make them public and to this end please do visit my website (www.essex.pcc.police.uk) where news article and blogs are regularly published.

Thank you for your correspondence.

Kind regards,

Nick Alston CBE

Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex
3 Hoffmanns Way | Chelmsford | Essex CM1 1GU | T: 01245 291600
Email:  pcc@essex.pnn.police.uk | Web: http://www.essex.pcc.police.uk

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