October 16, 2020
Enjoy Brentwood More’s history columnist, author and vice-president of the Brentwood Writer’s Circle, Sylvia Kent talks about our first offices in the borough.
October 9, 2020
With bottle green velvet booths and glitzy chandeliers, Brentwood’s newest High Street eatery is the place to go for authentic Italian cocktails and a glamorous take on pasta favourites.
October 8, 2020
A landmark agreement between the NHS and a private Brentwood hospital has meant thousands of patients in east London and Essex have been able to keep receiving treatment while Romford and Goodmayes hospitals cope with the coronavirus pandemic.
October 6, 2020
Christmas is not cancelled this year in Brentwood. The traditional lights on event, which normally attracts crowds of around 15,000 to the town centre, will be taking place, only without the audience - streamed online for residents.
September 25, 2020
Enjoy Brentwood More’s history columnist, author and vice-president of the Brentwood Writer’s Circle, Sylvia Kent recounts the fascinating tales of her neighbour, who happened to be England’s first professional woman criminologist.
September 7, 2020
“I haven’t made any money since March,” says owner of sewing and craft studio, Beautiful Things, “I’ve kept a roof over my head and kept paying the rent but that’s it.”.
September 3, 2020
Enjoy Brentwood More’s history columnist, author and vice-president of the Brentwood Writer’s Circle, Sylvia Kent writes about Essex’s first airlines.
September 3, 2020
With the loss of all financial support to the pandemic, Enjoy Brentwood More looks at how a Brentwood gardening club has been keeping themselves busy through lockdown.
August 11, 2020
With social distancing here for a while, what better opportunity for you and your furry companions to get acquainted with Brentwood’s many nature reserves. Wheelchair-friendly paths, routes with rich history and butterfly meadows and all recommended by locals - here’s our pick of Brentwood’s best dog walking routes.