Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Bishop of Bradwell impressed by the Thurrock sense of community

LAST WEEK, THE Bishop of Bradwell, John Wraw spent two days travelling the borough visiting a whole host of organisations and communities. From DP World, Ockendon Academy, through to a one-to-one with the chief executive of Thurrock Council, Graham Farrant.

It was certainly a whistlestop tour. YT caught up with the bishop at St Peter’s church in Grays, just before a community celebration and asked him to assess his two day visit.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Thurrock sence of community??? just where did he visit, it is certainly not apparent in most of the areas that I walk through in Thurrock it is more of a dog eat dog area with every man for themselves.

  2. To be fair Lambo Thurrock (on the whole) does have quite a good sense of community. Much more so than most places these days. I know nearly all my neighbours, regularly walk past people I dont know and get a good morning and talk to many fellow Thurrock commuters on my way into work.

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