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Sam returns to Village Green with new band

MORE acts have been confirmed for this year’s Village Green, which is being held in Chalkwell Park, Westcliff, on Saturday July 11.

Southend’s Sam Duckworth, whose Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. were such a hit at the festival two years ago, ret... read on

A QUARTET of beach babes brought some sunshine to town at the launch of the Southend Film Festival programme. read on...
Nitin Sawhney has been confirmed as the headline act at this year's Village Green. read on...
THOMAS Scammell's cheeky grin and boundless energy landed him a place in the 'Kids in Charge' team at a well-known leisure attraction. read on...
HONESTY really is the best policy – ask Stephanie Corder. read on...




Leyton Orient are on the brink of the dreaded drop to League Two after being held by the play-offs bound Blades on Saturday.

Mathieu Baudry gave the O's the lead with only 20 minutes left, but with Bob Harris soon equalizing, and with only rivals Crawley's result throwing the O's a lifeline, the division's massive under achievers' nine-year spell in football's third tier is in serious jeopardy.

United asked all the early questions and Alex Cisak did well to foil Jason Holt at point-blank range after only eight minutes, as the O's defence completely parted, before Jamie Murphy tested the Polish stopper with an 18-yarder six minutes later.

The O's - with so much a... read on

GOAL difference now only separates Southend from an automatic League Two promotion spot after David Worrall’s second-half screamer ensured a happy journey home for the 529 travelling Blues fans on Tuesday night. read on...
West Ham United’s wretched Barclays Premier League form showed little sign of letting up as the Hammers crashed meekly to Manchester City on Sunday. read on...
Super Southend made it five wins on the bounce, to keep their slim automatic promotion hopes alive last Saturday, after Michael Timlin hit a second-half stoppage time winner. read on...
Goal crazy Thurrock hammered five past Waltham Abbey as the Fleet cemented their place in the Ryman League One North play-off places at Ship Lane. read on...



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