RESIDENTS and businesses close to Thurrock are being offered a breath of fresh air thanks to a new campaign to improve air quality in the region.
OUR second interview as part of The Grays Lives project is with the owner of the Traitor’s Gate pub, Ben Deverell.
BUSY Bees Day Nursery in Chafford Hundred has been rated “Outstanding” by Ofsted.
THE THURROCK Lifestyle Solutions chief executive, Neil Woodbridge is a dynamic man. You often wonder if he has time to sleep?
THANKS to all the 13 brilliant pickers, who even worked an extra hour, and removed 54 sacks of litter from Old Father Thames at Tilbury Fort on Wednesday. This included a prodigious number of bottles, part of the Storm Eleanor legacy. Joan/June: 121 Steve: 100 Dhundiraj: 121 Gurkhas (4): 122 Karen: 45 Ray: 23 Joka: […]
FOLLOWING the success of last year’s event, Hardie Park in Stanford-le-hope will be staging the second SS17 Community Festival on Sunday 1st July between 12pm and 6pm. Rob Groves, CEO of Friends of Hardie Park said, ‘It’s back and it’s bigger and better than last year.
PEOPLE living with tinnitus are invited to attend a free information event in the Education centre, Basildon University Hospital on Tuesday 26 June, 6.15-7.45pm.
THURROCK schools could be in with the chance of winning £1,000 for their pre-school club to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Kellogg’s supporting breakfast clubs in the UK.
FROM 15th June to 29th June 2018, Amazon will be tripling its donation rate for qualifying purchases made by shoppers using AmazonSmile. Customers who shop at smile.amazon.co.ukcan choose a charity to support before they start shopping and that charity will receive donations from Amazon at no additional cost to the customer or charity.
OVER the next year, we will be interviewing a number of people who live and work in Grays.
HATHAWAY Academy students have undertaken a number of fund-raising activities for their chosen charity, Havens Hospice.
THIS weekend will see a series of events in the middle of Grays to celebrate “The Great Get Together.”
SOUTH OCKENDON football stalwart, Chris Baker, was presented with the an award on Wednesday 6th of June at the Thurrock Association Sunday Leagues AGM at Tilbury Town Football Club to recognise his 50 years of service to football.
THE seventh annual Thurrock Art Trail is back on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th June and for the first time the Art Trail is coming to the Horndon on the Hill Feast and Fayre to bring you a unique festival of art, crafts and family fun. Feast and Fayre began in mediaeval times when King Edward […]
SWEENEY Entertainments brings The Take That Experience to audiences across the UK with their incredible stage show Relight The Fire, recreating the latest Take That favourites as well as all the classic songs from the past.
ON FRIDAY, there will be major celebrations at the port of Tilbury to mark the 70th anniversary of the Windrush.
THROUGHOUT the next year, the Grays Riverside Community Project, in partnership with YourThurrock.Com, is running a project that celebrates, past, present and future, live in the town of Grays. It is a simple plan: we want to interview as many people as possible about living and/or working in Grays. You could have family links going […]
THURROCK Contact the Elderly guests and volunteers were treated to complimentary tickets to watch a fabulous performance of 946:The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips performed by the amazingly talented 2nd year Performing Arts students at Palmers College.
MEMBERS of the Royal Opera House Thurrock Community Chorus have been busy preparing for a special performance. They are taking part in the Windrush 70th anniversary celebrations on Friday 22 June at the Tilbury Cruise Terminal.
THE HORNDON Feast and Fayre will take place on Saturday June 23rd and Sunday June 25th.
RYANAIR will begin operating flights from London Southend Airport next year, it has announced.
Dear Editor, Did you know that over a fifth (21%) people in the East of England are most scared of spiders? This July, the British Heart Foundation (BHF) is challenging the nation to face their fears and raise money for life saving research into heart and circulatory disease. Every year, heart and circulatory diseases including […]
REPRESENTATIVES from Grays Athletic girls under 14 and 15 teams held a cake sale at Little Thurrock Post Office on Saturday 2nd June with all proceeds going to the SANDS (Still Births And Neonatal Deaths) charity, a magnificent total of £1176 was raised on the day.
MORE than 68,000 people around the country and over 2,100 people in Essex have set themselves a challenge, to get outside and do something WILD every day in June. 30 Days Wild encourages people to notice the nature on their doorstep and engage with the outdoors in a fun way, in the hope that this increased connection leaves people feeling happier and healthier at the end of it.