Cllr Jude Deakin (Mayor 2020-2022)
Jude Deakin is a local Councillor
Contact Jude on 01245 250464 or email email@example.com
Among many other things, Jude campaigns on:
Jude's advice surgeries - all welcome to pop in to discuss any issues or for a chat
|County councillor surgery - at Lunch Club, Church of the Holy Spirit, Forest Drive 1pm - 2pm on the FIRST Wednesday of every month||County & City councillor surgery - at Jubilee Cafe, United Reformed Church, North Avenue 12pm - 1pm on the THIRD Thursday of every month with Cllr Smita Rajesh|
|County & City councillor surgery - at Subway, Bishop Hall Lane (ARU Campus) on the FIRST Saturday of the month from 9.15am - 10.15am with Cllr Smita Rajesh|
All surgeries are currently suspended
Latest news about Cllr. Jude Deakin
Article: May 9, 2022In Chelmsford City Life
Forty two outstanding Chelmsford residents were honoured at the Mayor's Community Evening, held recently at Hylands House.
Hosted by the Mayor of Chelmsford, - Jude Deakin - the event celebrated residents who've made significant contributions to their community. This year's theme was wellbeing and Chelmsford's younger residents and their achievements were also recognised.
Article: Jan 3, 2022
Chelmsford skateboarders can now enjoy the skate ramps at Central Park well into the evening with new floodlights.
The floodlights were funded by contributions that the Lib Dem-led City Council extracted from local developers and are programmed to turn on when it gets dark and turn off automatically at 10pm. One of the lights will stay on for 10 minutes longer to give skaters time to pack up and go home safely.
Article: Dec 17, 2021
A blue plaque in honour of prolific Essex architect Charles Pertwee (1833-1905), has been unveiled at the Cemetery Lodge on Writtle Road by the Mayor of Chelmsford, Jude Deakin.
Charles Pertwee (born 1833), a local architect, was responsible for the design of Cemetery Lodge and the laying out of the cemetery, built between 1885-1886. In addition to this, he also designed many well-known buildings within the city, including several on New London Road; the Essex and Chelmsford Infirmary, Oaklands House, The White House and numbers 180-188, the Co-Operative building on Wells Street and part of the former National School on Moulsham Street. He was also well known for his non-conformist chapels across Essex, including Christ Church; Stock, and more.
Article: Nov 26, 2021
Article: Nov 24, 2021
A swathe of purple crocuses will appear in Chelmsford's Central Park next spring. The bulbs were donated by the Chelmsford Rivermead Rotary Club in recognition of World Polio Day and were planted by the Mayor of Chelmsford, Cllr Jude Deakin, and representatives from the Rotary Club.
Help was given by the Council's parks team, who prepared the flowerbed. The arc-shaped planting area is near the park's tennis courts, just before you reach the railway viaducts when walking towards Admirals Park from the lake.
Article: Nov 9, 2021By Chelmsford City Council
This year's Remembrance Sunday Parade and Service in Chelmsford will take place on Sunday 14 November at the War Memorial on Duke Street, at 10.50am. The Mayor will join veterans and members of the public to pay respect to all those who continue to serve our country's Armed Forces, as well as those who gave their lives during previous wars.
Article: Apr 28, 2021
Lib Dem county councillors have been spending their community grant budgets on projects that benefit their local communities.
Lib Dem County Councillor Jude Deakin nominated North Avenue Youth Club in Chelmsford to receive £1,000. This will cover the set up costs for a defibrillator outside the club. Cllr Deakin also nominated Chelmsford Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society, West Chelmsford Children's Centre and Tennyson Surgery Wellbeing Garden for grants.
Article: Feb 6, 2021
The brand new play area is the 2nd largest play area in Chelmsford and is part of comprehensive improvements made by Lib Dem-led Chelmsford City Council across Saltcoats Park and Compass Gardens.