THERE are organisations in the borough, that quietly, modestly but effectively do a grand job of getting the community involved.
Ngage, based in The Beehive at Argent Street are one such group. Whether it is nurturing the twenty community forums, consultations for the community hospitals or indeed acting as brokers for a variety of groups. They are a vital cog in the community wheel in Thurrock.
The key message, in our humble opinion is that if it isn’t broken, then don’t fix it.