Great Oakley Parish Council serves the Villages of Great Oakley and Stones Green in the Tendring District of North East Essex.
Please contact us if you have questions concerning the work of the Parish Council, if you have any concerns that you feel the Council should be aware of or where it can help or support you. This website will provide news and information relating to our community, for the benefit of residents and others further afield. You can use the tabs on the left to find your way around this website.
Click on the dates in red or blue boxes on the mini-calendar at the right of this page to see details of this months "events". To find out about our local Clubs and Associations and their contact details please use the Village Directory on this website - click on the "Parish Information" tab on the left of this page to find the directory webpages.
With the advent of a reduced presence around our area of visible police resources you may want to find out about what is happening and planned to keep us and our families and property safe. We can do so by clicking here to visit the Tendring District pages on the Essex Police website. Here you can click upon the "Oakley" area of the map to find details of our local team of officers, their contact details and information such as numbers, types and locations of reported crimes and much more related to the "Oakley" area i.e. Great and Little Oakley and Stones Green.
Essex Community Messaging (ECM)
Essex Community Messaging (ECM) is a service which you can use to keep informed about the kind of crime and policing issues which affect you. Sign up for free by clicking here to receive accurate and up-to-date information, crime prevention advice and notifications from Essex Police officers, Essex Watch liaison officers and other key partners, such as Neighbourhood Watch.
Choose to receive this information via email, text or voice message. Click here to download a few representative messages received from the ECM system.
Select what information you would like to receive - based on where you live, work, go to school or socialise, or on issues in which you may have a particular interest, such as scams, internet crime or rural crime.