Essex County Council Cllr John Spence thanks volunteers for their incredible kindness as #Essex pulls together in response to the coronavirus outbreak: “A golden lining has been the volunteering – over 4,000 people in Essex. It’s a wonderful thing and we’re very grateful for all that you are offering.”
If you’d like to join the volunteering efforts, please visit the Essex Welfare Service website and register to help: essexwelfareservice.org.uk #EssexCommunityShield #UnitedinKind ...
This is a great project with Essex County Fire and Rescue Service & Essex Police working together to educate our children. Roger Hirst, Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex, said: "The joint education teams do a fantastic job, teaching our young people in schools. "Now with some innovative thinking, that learning can still be delivered during these difficult times - education and preventing incidents from happening in the first place is the best way to keep people safe from harm. “Thank you and well done to everyone who has been involved in setting this up."We've worked with Essex Police to launch an online education hub so we can continue delivering safety lessons to children while schools are closed.
We're working to add content and resources for all ages, from 5 through to 18.