ONE of the unsung heroes in this borough is Brian Johnson. The tragedy of the death of his ‘Pink Princess’ daughter, Katie has already been well documented but Brian has continued to show his commitment to his family and his football team. The Grays Tigers U-9’s have won their league with two games to spare. […]
TWENTY years ago it would have been inconceivable that we would have been chatting to Russians, Poles, Latvians and Lithuanians in Thurrock. But with Glasnost and Perestroika the people of Eastern Europe have been flocking to our shores. YourThurrock interviewed the class at the Community House at Seabrooke Rise in Grays to discuss the changes […]
THE newly-formed charity has a concert at Grays Working Men’s Club at 6pm to 11-pm on Saturday March 28th. Charity founder, Beverley Boase discusses the reasons for the formation of the charity and their plans for the rest of the year. Among the many acts are ChavTown Band, Tall Dark Friend and David Harvey.
VOLUNTARY, Community and Faith groups from across the borough came together to showcase their work at Thurrock Council Offices. YourThurrock spoke to just a small selection of the vast number of groups that are clearly working hard to nurture and extend a sense of community in Thurrock.
IT WAS like a return to the good old days when you went to the Sainsbury’s petrol station and staff offered to fill up your car.
The store manager Mike Agah looked resplendent dressed as Marilyn Monroe as there were a host of activities at the Chafford store.