“THE housing market is now so broken in Thurrock that private sector property rents are often 50% higher than most homeless families can afford to pay. Our available stock of social housing is not remotely adequate to meet the needs of Thurrock.
CHADWELL Community Forum’s June 21st meeting will be addressed by Sharon Hogarth, Manager of College Health which now runs both the GP-practises in Chadwell St Mary. She’ll review the last twelve months and anticipate how the enlarged practise will progress, taking into account the planned merger with Tilbury Medical Centre later this year.
CHADWELL St Mary Community Forum will meet on Thursday February 22nd 2018 in Emmanuel Church, Sleepers Farm Road, at 7.30pm.
LOOKING for free activities to do with the children now that schools are out for summer?
CHADWELL Community Forum’s next meeting is on Wednesday 19th July in Emmanuel Church-hall starting 7.30pm.
DESPITE the hot weather, Chadwell Community Forum’s summer quiz-evening grossed £184.00 last Saturday night, £172.00 net of prizes.
A CHADWELL St Mary councillor has expressed his dismay after an unlawful encampments populated by traveller moved onto land in his ward. The veteran councillor and deputy leader of the Labour group blames that the travellers were bad to gain access due to a broken fence down at Thames View in Chadwell. Cllr Gerard Rice […]
CHADWELL Community forum is holding a quiz on Saturday June 17th in the Scout Hall, Waterson Road, 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Teams of 8 maximum, entry fee £3.00 per head. Please bring your own food and drink. There will be a raffle drawn on the night. Everyone welcome! For further details contact Peter or […]
CHADWELL Community Forum’s AGM will be held on Wednesday May 17th 2017 at Emmanuel Church, Sleepers Farm Road, Chadwell St Mary, starting at 7pm.
THE Port of Tilbury were so inspired by the dedication of the people that run Chadwell St Mary Boxing Club and the impact it is having on the local community, that making their decision
BARE Escentuals came along to the monthly meeting to give members tips on buffing, contouring & shading along with much more. Several ladies had a personal make up session which they all thoroughly enjoyed.
HUNDREDS of Chadwell St Mary residents are fearful for the future of their health service after receiving a letter from the Chadwell Medical Practice,
ON Saturday 17th December Santa came to the Chadwell St Mary Centre Hub, bringing toys and smiles to the hundreds of children-and their parents.
CHADWELL resident Iris Witcher celebrated her 100th birthday with a visit from the mayor.
ESSEX Police are appealing for witnesses following an RTC in Chadwell St Mary. Officers were called to River View at 7.05pm on Friday, October 21.
THE latest Clean for the Queen community litter-pick produced 18 bags of rubbish from the Orsett Heath area this weekend.
THE latest “Clean for the Queen” community litter-pick produced 18 bags of rubbish from the Orsett Heath area this weekend. Thanks to the local community forum, councillors, and Tink the Terrier.
ESSEX Police are appealing for information after burglars smashed their way into a home in Chadwell St Mary and stole a set of sentimental medals.
Art and Patchwork Exhibition in Chadwell St Mary
FIRE CREWS were called to a fire on the 13th floor at flats on Godman Road in Chadwell St Mary. The fire was in the bin chute room and crews quickly extinguished the fire by 19:45hrs.
IDEAS Fair in Chadwell St Mary on Tuesday July 7th. Come along and help the community as it is your chance to help shape the future of Chadwell.
THE CHADWELL community was in celebratory mood after they opened their community hub. The mayor of Thurrock, cllr Tony Fish was there to open the hub.
Mayor of Thurrock Tony Fish said: “As a local resident I feel the centre has great potential to develop services that have the flexibility to meet the community’s needs, to create more active citizens in Chadwell, and to make our community stronger and more resilient. I wish it well for the future.”
The café will be open Week days 6.00am – 3.30pm, Saturdays 6.00am – 2.30pm and be closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays. The menu offers cooked breakfast, sandwiches and baguettes, Panini’s, jacket potatoes, desserts and drinks. All food is cooked on the premises and when you enter Feathers you will be say ‘wow’ as Grant has made sure that the furnishings and décor are more boutique restaurant than café in what he calls his very own ‘boutique café’.
A FORMER Thurrock resident is cycling from Hartlepool to Thurrock in order to raise funds and awareness for HIV. Karen North is now a Sunderland University student, who has made Hartlepool her home but she originally hails from Thurrock.