THE litter pickers have struck again, this time 14 of them on Tuesday morning at the RSPB Centre in Purfleet.
JOIN us at the Lightship Café, in Grays Beach Park, this Friday (20th of April) and get ready to be pampered.
HIDDEN Gems, Thurrock’s celebration of Creativity, Community and Culture delivered by Thurrock CVS and Creative Blast has continued apace over the Easter Holidays with various free, fun and engaging creative activities for local people.
Shedders, skills and smart cars THE Men’s Shed project at Hardie Park in Stanford le hope are hosting a Classic Car and Craft event to raise funds for the growing venture. The event will take place on Sunday 15th April between 10am and 4pm and consists of a classic car display, craft stalls, food, drink […]
LOCAL Church 24-7 Prayer Stanford has recently celebrated the end of two successful Aspire courses at both Ortu Gable Hall and Ortu Hassenbrook Academy. The Aspire Course is a 10-week bespoke course for students in Year 9.
KASSI’S CAKE SALE FOR NEW SLIDE KASSI May, aged 10 who attends East Tilbury Primary School has kindly donated £140 to Hardie Park for their new slide fund. She has held three separate cake sales in memory of her late grandad who loved to spend time with her at the community Park run by volunteers […]
LABOUR MEMBER of Parliament for the East of England, Alex Mayer, cut the ribbon on a new foyer at the Irish Club in Dock Road, Tilbury.
Emergency First Aid at Work Training (Level 2) valid for three years on Thursday 22 March 2017 – start at 9.30am and finish at 16.30pm
AT the weekend the 14 volunteers collected another 56 sacks of rubbish including at least 222 single use drink bottles from the beach area of Grays.
FOR the third year running Kim Taylor from Tubsie promotions will be running a fundraising night at The Old Regent Ballroom. This years event at The Old Regent will be a club classics theme, with dressing up optional!
THE Stanford Le Hope & Surrounding Area Fundraising team have launched their Easter egg appeal for 2018.
DUE to the severe weather forecast for this weekend, the Great British Spring Clean Litter Picks are being re-timed as follows.
MEMBERS of Thurrock’s NEW LGBT+ Community Forum are holding an event to mark LGBT+ History Month (this month-long event celebrates the history and achievements of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people in the United Kingdom).
FOR most of us January starts with us catching up with things we were too busy to complete in December, and for Thurrock CPT it is no different. We have held a vast amount of meetings and partnership strategy groups during January, and have also achieved some great results.
CHADWELL St Mary Community Forum will meet on Thursday February 22nd 2018 in Emmanuel Church, Sleepers Farm Road, at 7.30pm.
THE GRAYS Beachcombers will be back on the foreshore this week, in their on-going campaign to clean up the borough.
WEST Thurrock and South Stifford residents are calling on Thurrock Council to improve the lighting on the zebra crossings along London Road.
KINETIKA is delighted to announce their involvement in PROCESSIONS, a mass participation artwork to mark the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, which gave the first British women the right to vote.
THERE will be a meeting for local residents and those with an interest in one of the UK’s most exciting regeneration schemes.
SOUTH OCKENDON residents are being kept awake by “noisy” roadworks taking place on Daiglen Drive.
FRIENDS of Hardie Park in Stanford-le-hope are launching their second Footpaths Personal Development Programme supporting local residents suffering with anxiety,
depression and mental health issues. The programme provides a 12 week support plan offering personal development workshops, skills training and 1-2-1 sessions.
VOLUNTEER Centre Thurrock is holding a special ‘New Year, New You’ Volunteer Recruitment Fair in Grays Shopping Centre on Friday 26th January between 10am – 4pm.
THE THURROCK Autism support group gives you a chance to meet other parents/carers of children on the Autism spectrum. It’s a great place to chat, share experiences and even ask for advice from others who just “get it”.
THURROCK Soup events aim to help inspire social enterprise and business ideas from Thurrock residents and offer advice and support in starting a new business and in identifying funding. To take part, participants are invited to treat themselves to a bowl of tasty soup and a roll for £5, all of which goes into a […]