Brentwood Borough Council

2021 Conservative hold, from 2019

Counting complete. After 12 of 12 seats declared.

Change compared with 2019
  1. Conservative

    • Councillors elected in 2021 total 9
    • Councillors elected in 2021 change +3
    • Councillors overall total 22
  2. Liberal Democrat

    • Councillors elected in 2021 total 3
    • Councillors elected in 2021 change -1
    • Councillors overall total 13
  3. Labour

    • Councillors elected in 2021 total 0
    • Councillors elected in 2021 change -1
    • Councillors overall total 2
  4. Independent

    • Councillors elected in 2021 total 0
    • Councillors elected in 2021 change -1
    • Councillors overall total 0
  1. Brentwood groups help community with food parcels and more

    Nic Rigby

    BBC News

    A community group based in Brentwood, Essex, is celebrating its success at getting donations to vulnerable residents.

    Molly Miller, who runs BRAG with Jazz Cooper, pictured with Mr Hossack,

    The Brentwood Community Hub brings together a number of voluntary groups with the help of Brentwood Borough Council with donors dropping items off at the Town Hall.

    The Hutton Community Food Hub said it was helping 250 families and handing over 300 food parcels a week.

    Council leader Chris Hossack said: "The way the community has come together is extraordinary. These guys have established themselves, rallied volunteers and residents, complied with the rules that are in place to sort the donations and deliver them."

    The groups also include Christian charity Manna Meals, community groups Brentwood Covid-19 Mutual Aid, which has 2,100 members on Facebook, and Brentwood Residents Action Group (BRAG).

    Molly Miller, who runs BRAG with Jazz Cooper, said: "Our primary aim was to provide help to the over-60s self-isolating who were unable to shop."

  2. 'More PPE needed across Essex'

    Sarah Jenkins

    BBC News

    A local council has said more personal protective equipment (PPE) is needed across Essex.

    Brentwood Borough Council tweeted that while many local companies have been donating unused and unwanted stock, "more is needed".

    It has appealed for anyone able to provide protective equipment to email PPESupplies@essex.gov.uk

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  3. Town hall goes NHS blue in tribute to care workers

    Brentwood Town Hall turned blue last night as part of the weekly Clap for our Carers event

    Cpl Eddie Griffin, 14, from the town's Imperial Youth Band played trumpet, leading into police sirens being sounded and blue lights going on in tribute to the NHS, emergency services and caring professions.

    Brentwood Town Hall
  4. Parks, play area and open spaces close in Brentwood

    All parks, play areas and open spaces are now closed in the Brentwood Borough Council area.

    Public toilets in Brentwood High Street and Ingatestone are also shut.

    The following closures are in place for Brentwood:

    • Golf course
    • Bowling rinks
    • Multi-storey car parks, except to residents of Baytree Centre - season ticket holders to use William Hunter Way car park
    Play area

    All refuse services are running as normal, along with cemeteries and burials.

  5. If you are joining us: Conservatives lose big in Essex

    Doug Faulkner

    BBC News Online

    The Conservatives have lost control of four councils across Essex.

    Chelmsford City Council was the scene of the biggest surprise. The Lib Dems overturned a 45-seat majority to take over the authority.

    Southend, Basildon and Tendring fell to no overall control, while Thurrock and Colchester also remained without an outright majority.

    There were Conservative holds in Castle Point, Maldon, Epping, Rochford, Brentwood and Braintree.

    Harlow stayed under Labour control.

    Lib Dems celebrate victory
  6. Brentwood Borough Council: Conservative hold

    The Conservatives have held on to Brentwood Borough Council.

    The party had 25 of 37 seats at the start of play.