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    Colchester Town centre Happy Friday Everybody! Take a look at our Colchester Glaziers Facebook Page- https://www.facebook.com/Colchester-Glaziers-113439500065998/ You can also visit our Testimonials page https://colchesterglaziers.co.uk/emergency-glazing-testimonials/

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    Essex Chambers of Commerce have chosen Colchester Town Hall as the venue for their Breakfast Networking events in 2020.The series of six events start on Tuesday 11th February with a presentation from Sam Good of Our Colchester, the town’s Business Improvement District, on plans by the BID to enhance Colchester’s town centre. On Friday 24th April local MP, Will Quince, will be bringing [...]

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    A CASH pot of £25,000 a year has been set aside to help give Colchester’s independent traders a boost.The Our Colchester Business Improvement District (BID) has launched a project with architects HAT Projects to support businesses. Streets and areas which are set to benefit include Queen Street, Eld Lane, Scheregate Steps, Trinity Street, Sir Isaacs Walk, Crouch Street, Priory Street and St[...]

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    A MASSIVE overhaul of CCTV in Colchester looks set to be undertaken in a bid to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour.Colchester Council is looking to spend £250k on the transformation which will replace the existing analogue system in the town centre with a new modern digital network. The high definition cameras could also extend beyond the town centre and include other crucial areas like [...]

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    Colchester Glaziers New Years Video

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    Colchester Glazier's Christmas Video

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    This is the time of year I get seduced by seed packets and need to stop myself buying seeds, which are no longer low-cost. A lot of are around ₤ 1.99 and a couple of packets can rapidly build up ₤ 10.00 which is great, in lots of ways good value for money, however I always end up with method too many seeds and seedlings. This year I am being more mean; attempt sprouting old seed initially. [...]

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    By late Feb/ early March I have scratchy gardening feet and want to get started. I can not withstand the lure of the seed packet. The majority of years I begin with sweet peas as they are relatively sturdy and when brief on space later in the Spring, they will withstand the outdoors weather condition, next will be Broad beans likewise relatively hardy. I plant the hardiest very first and then as [...]

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