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London Stansted records best month yet as strong recovery continues in November

THE airport welcomed 1.83 million passengers during November, representing 97% of the passengers served in the same month in 2019, the highest proportion of traffic seen at Stansted throughout the recovery period.

Nearly 400 arrested for drink and drug driving in last six weeks of 2022

TO keep roads in Essex safe, more than 370 arrests were made for drink or drug driving offences in the last six weeks of 2022.

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EDUCATION

National Theatre’s Hamlet reimagined for young audiences touring to schools in Thurrock

INTRODUCING young audiences to the world of theatre, an energetic retelling of one of Shakespeare’s most well-known tragedies Hamlet will be seen by five schools in Thurrock as part of a six-week schools tour across England culminating in performances at the National Theatre in March.  

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London Stansted records best month yet as strong recovery continues in November

THE airport welcomed 1.83 million passengers during November, representing 97% of the passengers served in the same month in 2019, the highest proportion of traffic seen at Stansted throughout the recovery period.
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Sport

Rugby: Thurrock’s big guns outmanoevure Artillery

THURROCK'S young full back Rhys Cotter proved to be the difference between the sides when slotting a 45-metre penalty kick in the 86th minute to give Thurrock their biggest scalp of the season so far.

COMMUNITIES

Building a new life in Thurrock for LGBTQI refugees

MICRO Rainbow CIC is receiving vital funding for their work in Thurrock supporting asylum seekers and refugees who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI).

Stanford-le-Hope Primary celebrate positive Ofsted

STAFF and children at Stanford-le-Hope Primary School are delighted with the outcome of their most recent Ofsted inspection. Three inspectors visited the school on  22nd and 23rd November 2022. The overall effectiveness of Stanford-le-Hope Primary School has been graded as a good, with each individual area also rated as good.   

Kinds Inspire: Together we can help our young people to heal

A DEVASTATING youth mental health crisis is happening all around us. However, the systems – the responsible adults, the schools or the community groups and volunteers, can learn skills to make a lasting difference, says trauma informed children's charity, Kids Inspire. 

Thurrock successful in Active Essex bid

ACTIVE Essex Foundation (AEF) Sports and Youth Crime Prevention are pleased to announce that five Locally Trusted Organisations (LTO’s) who deliver youth sport prevention projects across Essex, Southend and Thurrock were recently successful in receiving the Ministry of Justice ‘Youth Justice Sports funding’.

Save Our Thameside: Thurrock Labour candidate writes to Michael Gove

THE LABOUR candidate for Thurrock has written an open letter to the Secretary of State for Communities, Michael Gove.

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