Football: Tilbury grab three important points

Football: Tilbury grab three important points

Bostik Div North Tilbury 3 v 0 Witham Town TILBURY grabbed three important points against Witham Town on Tuesday night at Chadfields. Goals by Lewis Smith (39′ pen), George Sykes (72′) and Oliver Spooner (78′) secured all three points for the Dockers. The result leaves them third from bottom but moving in the right direction. […]

Arthur Bugler school given cash boost by house builders

Arthur Bugler school given cash boost by house builders

A Stanford-le-Hope primary school has been awarded £1,000 by Persimmon Homes towards new screens for its school halls. Arthur Bugler Primary School has been looking to raise £6,000 for new screens to replace old projectors and is still trying to meet its target. The school was given the donation after applying for Persimmon Homes’ Community […]

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn praises One Community on visit to Tilbury

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn praises One Community on visit to Tilbury

By Katie Sewell JEREMY CORBYN has praised a Tilbury-based voluntary organisation for the ‘absolutely crucial’ services it offers the local area. The Labour leader visited Thurrock today (Thursday) to meet with trustees of the One Community Development Trust, an organisation that works with local people to develop their skills and improve economic prospects. The Trust […]

Thurrock Cycle Campaign to join national protest in London.

Thurrock Cycle Campaign to join national protest in London.

Thurrock Cycle Campaign to join national protest in London. By Matt Hill The 13th October will see cyclists, campaigners and environmental groups come together to support the “Stop Killing Cyclists” led protest – ‘National Funeral For The Unknown Cyclist / The UK’s First Pedal On Parliament’. The message is hard hitting and pulls no punches […]

Brexit: Government in a hole over housebuilding says Thurrock MEP

Brexit: Government in a hole over housebuilding says Thurrock MEP

AZAD Azam, Managing Director of DPB Ltd and a member of the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) said: “If the Government suddenly makes it much harder to recruit tradespeople from the EU, then that would seriously impact on the capacity of our business and potentially add significant delays to the new homes we’re building.”

Find out more about A13 widening project at drop-in information events

Find out more about A13 widening project at drop-in information events

Find out more about A13 widening project at drop-in information events RESIDENTS are invited to take a closer look at £79million plans to widen the A13 through Thurrock at a series of drop-in information events next month. The Thurrock Council project, which is one of the largest local authority-managed road schemes in the country, will […]

Excluded pupils are being failed by education system, says MP for Harlow Robert Halfon

Excluded pupils are being failed by education system, says MP for Harlow Robert Halfon

THE ‘ever increasing’ number of pupils excluded from school in England are being left abandoned to a forgotten part of the education system—alternative provision—which too often fails to give them the education they deserve, says the Education Committee in a report published today. The report expresses concerns about the over-exclusion of pupils and at the […]

Cricket: MCC set to play at Belhus

Cricket: MCC set to play at Belhus

MARLEYBONE Cricket Club is set to stage a series of matches this summer against a National Asian Cricket Council XI, and Belhus Cricket Club will be hosting the curtain-raiser of the series on Wednesday, 27th June.

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