Chelmsford City Council


Contacting the Press Office

Members of the media can contact the Press Office for any help they need to put a story together, whether you have an enquiry about our services, would like to receive our press releases, are seeking a comment from a Council spokesperson or need other information.

You can contact:

  • Samantha Dordoy (Communications Manager), for queries relating to Financial Services, Planning, Economic Development, Museums, Leisure, Major Projects and Public Health & Protection.
    Call: 01245 606459
  • Stephanie Burrill (Communications Officer), for queries relating to Arts & Culture, Parking, Recycling & Waste, Parks, Licensing, Hylands Estate, Theatres and Street Care.
    Call: 01245 606253
Not sure who to contact? Please send an email to both.

Latest news

  • Frank sanazi avatar.png Cracking comedy in ChelmsfordThis October Chelmsford's Civic Theatre and Cramphorn Studio gives you not one, not two, but THREE top comedians! 20/09/2018
  • diadem 1.jpg Help save the oldest gold treasure in EssexAn ancient treasure from the time when Stonehenge was new has been unearthed in an Essex field and Chelmsford Museum are appealing to the public to help save it. 11/09/2018
  • gift shop The Stables Gift Shop to closeAfter reviewing the level of use and financial viability of the Gift Shop at the Stables Visitor Centre in Hylands Park, it has been decided that the shop will close at the end of September and the area used for other purposes. 11/09/2018
  • Cinderella You shall go to Chelmsford Civic Theatre's Panto!Grab your glass slippers and your best ball gown, thank your fairy godmother, you are having a night on the town! Cinderella, the fairy godmother of all pantomimes, is coming to Chelmsford's Civic Theatre from Friday 30 November 2018 to Sunday 6 January 2019, and tickets are selling fast. 11/09/2018
  • School Pastors (L to R): Paul Taylor, Jo Godward, Paul Bonham, Carol Laker, Rob Purnell, Cllr Linda Denston, Sarah Petherick, and Jordine Nunn School Pastors launched at festival in South Woodham FerrersAfter months of preparation and meetings between Chelmsford City Council, school representatives, members of churches from the local community and the police, a new initiative is being launched at William de Ferrers School, South Woodham Ferrers, Essex. 31/08/2018
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