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Riverside Community Big Local deliver 20 new Chromebooks to Thameside Primary school.

CHILDREN at Thameside Primary School were thrilled to receive 20 brand new Chromebooks from the Riverside Community Big Local.

Planters brighten up Grays Beach Park

VOLUNTEERS have been working hard to brighten up the area around the Lightship Cafe at Grays Beach Park. Led by local resident, Tricia Nicholls, new...

The Grays Lives Project: Giving for Thurrock

BEFORE the day, we spoke to Giving for Thurrock's Amanda Sweeney about how the project could help people in Grays.

The Grays Lives Project: The Thurrock Centre for Independent Living

WHAT is the Thurrock Centre for Independent Living and what does it do for the people of Grays.

The Grays Lives Project: An Open Door for people in Grays

OPEN Door are something of an institution in Grays. Their core business is housing and homelessness issues but as you may witness from our interview with Linda Benson there is so much more to them.

The Grays Lives Project: Batias: Promoting independence in Grays

SET up in 1992, BATIAS has historically worked with people with learning disabilities however they can also support people with physical and sensory impairments, complex needs and behaviours that challenge.

The Grays Lives Project: How Citizens Advice can help you (and you help them)

THE CITIZENS Advice Bureau do an awful lot for the people of Grays. You can also do an awful lot for them.

The Grays Lives Project: A cut above in Grays

WE went down to Orsett Road to speak to barber Jamiel Hussein. We discussed how he came to Grays and how he came to be running a barber shop in the heart of the area.

The Grays Lives Project: The spice of life in Grays

AS part of our films concentrating on people who meet and discuss their lives in Grays, we spoke to Choudury Khalikuv.

The Grays Lives Project: Supporting patients in the community

SOCIAL proscribing is not the snappiest of titles but if it I something that can help thousands of people in Grays, then it has to be praised.

The Grays Lives Project: Dial DIAL for help if you are disabled

THIS part of the Grays Lives Project concentrates what a host of community and voluntary organisations are doing at the Beehive in Grays.

The Grays Lives Project: Open Doors

THE GRAYS Lives project now moves to the Beehive near Argent Street in Grays.

The Grays Lives project: Reach Out for Mental Health Part Two

LAST WEEK, we interviewed Kirsty Eaton who heads the Reach Out for Mental Health project. At the same time, we interviewed Kirsty's support team. Three people who want to support her programme to prevent people taking their own life.

The Grays Lives Project: Reach Out For Mental Health

RECENTLY, we went down to the Seabrooke Rise Community House in Grays to speak to Kirsty Eaton and her team who are part of an organisation called Reach Out For Mental Health.

The Grays Lives Project: Running the Mangal restaurant

RECENTLY, we conducted a series of Grays Lives interviews at the Mangal Turkish restaurant on Orsett Road, Grays.

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