A FUNDRAISING campaign has been started to bring Christmas lights back to Corringham Town Centre.
Every Sunday there is fun at Hardie Park. Full details on the poster.
TICKETS sold out in record time for this event. On Friday 26th May almost 300 women and one man enjoyed a night of entertainment
SS17 5km Fun Run – Saturday 3rd June 2017 THE GOOD people of Hardie Park are very excited about hosting their first ever 5km Fun Run and we would love for you and your family and friends to participate! The event is on Saturday 3rd June at Hardie Park and the race starts at 10am. […]
FRIENDS OF HARDIE PARK calls out for votes to bag a share of bag charge fund Friends of Hardie Park is bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative. Tesco teamed up with Groundwork to launch its community funding scheme, which sees grants of £4,000, £2,000 and £1,000 – […]
Saturday 24th June 2017 Mr Bobby Davro CORRINGHAM Hall are proud to welcome back to the hall the funniest man in the country. Mr Bobby Davro, Stand up comic – TV presenter, panto star and general all round entertainer. Bobby will have you crying with laughter throughout his amazing show. DO NOT MISS this STAR […]
Diary date.. Tuesday 4th April 2017 is the next Hardie Park bounce day Bounce bounce with Bizzy Bouncers Events from 11-3pm for £5. Hardie Park is off Scratton Road in Stanford-le-Hope.
ROBIN Parsons has starred in the award winning performance of “Forever Jackson”. He is the No.1 Jackson tribute in Europe and we are proud to welcome him live on stage to give you the greatest performance ever to the legend that is Michael Jackson. He is set for the Corringham Hall on Saturday March 25th […]
IMPULSE Leisure is supporting a local young professional rugby player with free membership to their Corringham centre.
THE Fobbing and Corringham WI will be meeting at the Village Hall, Springhouse Road, Corringham on Tuesday February 21 at 2.30pm.
A BIG-hearted Stanford resident is undertaking a number of acts of charitable kindness across the area. Paul Luke has started the “Stanford Le Hope and Surrounding Area Fundraising Team”. Paul said: “I started my fundraising team just under two years ago and have since raised nearly £25,000 for a number of local groups and charities. […]
THE STANFORD and Corringham Townswomen Guild recently celebrated their fiftieth birthday.
ESSEX Police have returned for the second time in a week to stamp out pony and trap racing on the Manorway in Corringham.
CHILDREN from four schools in Corringham helped to brighten up the town’s Christmas trees with hand-made decorations. The pupils from Abbots Hall, Arthur Bugler, Giffards
THE Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) prohibiting horse-drawn carriages on the A1014 Manorway, Corringham will now be implemented permanently.
Yobs in Corringham Town Centre: UKIP councillor calls meeting as fears grow that streets aren’t safe
A LEADING UKIP councillor called a meeting to address the fears and concerns of residents and traders over mobs of youths in Corringham Town Centre.
CHAIRMAN of the residents and trader’s association of Corringham (RATA) Alan Phillips was delighted to present a cheque for
£250 to Stanford Air Cadets Chairman Dick Newman.
THE skyline of the Thames estuary in Thurrock changed today with the demolition of a chimney and two distillation columns at the former Coryton refinery.
HIS name is Gillie and he is 13 years old. He has been my grandad’s constant companion since my nan passed away two days before Christmas. He is absolutely heart broken
DOZENS of classic cars are coming to Corringham Village Hall (CVH) on Saturday (July 19th). It will be more Corringham Graffiti than American Graffiti as every make and model of car you can think of will be coming to the town. One of the cars owned by Derek Bye stopped by at the CVH, so […]
LANGDON Hills Country Park is hosting family-friendly and free bicycle rides every month until the winter offering a great way to see the countryside up close. The monthly rides are led by Thurrock Council’s Rangers and follow cycle paths across the Country Park and surrounding land.
THE Rotary Club of Corringham Thameside is pleased to announce that they have been successful in obtaining a grant from the National Lottery of £5,000. The money will be spent on replacing a number of items of equipment to help the club to raise its profile within the community and to attract new members.
Officers are looking to trace the man pictured in CCTV following reports a local woman aged in her 20s was threated while in Southend Road at around 9pm on June 7. Anyone who recognises the man pictured is asked to contact Pc Paul Lamb at Grays police station on 101.
AN ALL day event will be held at Corringham Village Hall dedicated to the memory and the times of 1914-1918. Lots to do, lots to see.