JOHN F Hunt Power has been announced as finalists in the Festival Supplier Awards 2020. The specialist power generation business, part of the Essex-based John F Hunt Group, is, for the second year, shortlisted in the Best Plant & Equipment Hire award category.
GRAYS-based Bright & Beautiful, an ethical and eco-friendly professional housekeeping franchise business, celebrated Christmas early this year by hosting a party on 29 November to bring its elderly clients together to help reduce their social isolation and loneliness.
The I Found the Right Place programme invites employees working across the UK to tell the company why Amazon is the right place for them and what they love most about life at Amazon.
A 360-tonne bridge has been lifted into place as part of construction of a new port for the South East, Tilbury2.
Mothercare closing down sale announces biggest bargains yet Everything must go! The closing down sale at Mothercare is ramping up, with even bigger bargains announced today. From Thursday 28th November, a selection of strollers and pushchairs are 50% off while all furniture is 30% off or 50% off if you buy three or more items. […]
EE continues 5G rollout with coverage arriving in 14 new cities and towns across the UK, including Grays
THE latest data and analysis from lettings management platform, Howsy, takes a look at the cost of renting around the M25 and where is best for tenants and landlords based on rental affordability and yields.
THE Port of Tilbury scooped the inaugural National Infrastructure Planning Association Award for “Best Project” at the organisation’s awards celebration in London on 21 November for Tilbury 2.
UBER will not be granted a new licence to operate in London after repeated safety failures, Transport for London (TfL) has said.
MORRISONS is the first supermarket in the UK to offer food past its ‘best before’ date through a ground-breaking app which offers the food directly to customers for a great price.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is warning millions of Self Assessment customers to be aware of fraudsters in the run up to the 31 January filing deadline.
MORRISONS Grays is opening its café to Christmas party groups – offering £7.50 a head 3-course meals including prawn cocktail starters, British turkey and all the trimmings and traditional Christmas pudding and custard.
ON Wednesday 20 November, over 2,500 students from schools and colleges across Thurrock attended Opportunity Thurrock, the boroughs largest careers and further education exhibitions.
GOOGLE UK External Affairs Manager Michaela Neild initially announced the workshops at the South East LEP Digital Skills Partnership launch event earlier this year.
A STANFORD-LE-HOPE demolition contractor working on the East Square cinema and restaurants project has saved two people from unemployment.
THE CURRY LIFE AWARDS recognises the restaurants around the country that represent the very best in the curry industry.
ANOTHER deal has been struck that will see a logistic company locate at the ever-growing London Gateway Logistics Park.
AN INDIAN restaurant has won the best restaurant award in South Essex.
ON Friday 8th November, Mothercare Thurrock will commence a massive closing down sale with everything* in store dramatically reduced, just in time for Christmas – everything must go. Following the previous closure of 60 stores, it has been confirmed that Mothercare has now gone into administration and is closing all remaining stores across the UK with all stock discounted.
FOLLOWING the launch of new homes at The Shires, Redrow is opening their first show home on Saturday 9th November. The Shires, based in Bulphan, offers a selection of spacious three- and four-bedroom family homes from Redrow’s award-winning Heritage Collection.
HUNDREDS of kind-hearted people turned out last Friday (1 November) to celebrate Thurrock company – Molly’s Grooming – tenth year of business.
ALL the homes at a new housing development in South Ockendon, which only opened to the public last year, have now been reserved – demonstrating the strength of the housing market in Essex.
A GROUP of local apprentices will take the next step on the journey to becoming fully qualified engineers, IT specialists, safety technicians and operations team leaders and start their new roles at Amazon in Tilbury.
WITH planning permission secured for the controversial redevelopment of the council’s civic offices, local business-owners say the £10million project will destroy their livelihoods.