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Hospice Care Week St. Luke’s Hospice…

Hospice Team Clinical drop in day
On Thursday 12th October - During national Hospice Care Week St. Luke’s Hospice highlighted their work to clinicians by holding an ‘open invitation drop-in day’ at the Hospice. Sarah Linzey, at St. Luke’s Hospice explains ‘’surveys taken from local people indicate that up to 1/3...

Women’s Health Event

WOMEN’S HEALTH EVENT TO PROVIDE THURROCK WOMEN A CHANCE TO FIND OUT WHAT THEY CAN DO TO PROTECT THEIR HEALTH An event has been set...

Mindless and Cruel

A popular animal sanctuary has been targeted by thugs who have vandalised, burgled and abused the animals over the last two months. Hopefield Animal Sanctuary...

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Women’s Health Event

WOMEN’S HEALTH EVENT TO PROVIDE THURROCK WOMEN A CHANCE TO FIND OUT WHAT THEY CAN DO TO PROTECT THEIR HEALTH An event has been set...
Hospice Team Clinical drop in day

Hospice Care Week St. Luke’s Hospice…

On Thursday 12th October - During national Hospice Care Week St. Luke’s Hospice highlighted their work to clinicians by holding an ‘open invitation drop-in...

Chinese comms firm Huawei open academy in Dagenham

Last week, Barking and Dagenham College and Huawei, the Chinese global information and communications technology solutions provider, launched the Huawei Authorized Information Network Academy...
Old Park Meadow natural burial ground

New Chelmsford burial ground has environmental agenda

A new environmental initiative officially got up and running last week after it was opened at a ceremony featuring councillors and conservationists at the...

East London politicians support Amber Rudd’s acid buying restrictions

Local MPs and councillors have welcomed the Home Secretary’s announcement last week of tough new laws to crack down on acid attacks. Amber Rudd responded...
Havering Cllr Roy Morgon

Havering councillor says people would not object to council tax rise

In an interview with The Enquirer this week, Havering Hacton Ward Councillor Ray Morgon speaks of his belief residents “wouldn’t mind” paying more council...
Indian Food Festival

Chelmsford Indian Food Festival “nearly sold out of food”

The Chelmsford Indian community celebrated on Saturday evening by holding their annual Chelmsford Indian Food Festival at Boreham Village Hall. Hundreds of people turned up...
Nathan the Goat

Mindless and Cruel

A popular animal sanctuary has been targeted by thugs who have vandalised, burgled and abused the animals over the last two months. Hopefield Animal Sanctuary...

Charities gather in Hornchurch for World Mental Health Day

Tuesday was the internationally recognised World Mental Health Day and mental health charity Havering Mind, alongside other local groups including Havering Samaritans, attended the...

Esteemed guests attend community group Transformation Thurrock breakfast fundraiser

Christian community organisation Transformation Thurrock launched itself as a new charity at a breakfast event held at Park Inn hotel in North Stifford on...
The kittens were found abandoned on Oak Road

Appeal after act of vile animal cruelty in Crays Hill

The RSPCA is appealing for information after four tiny kittens were found abandoned recently in a cardboard box near Billericay in Essex. The animal welfare...

First ever Romford Film Festival is a roaring success

Hollywood glitz came to Romford last weekend when film and music legends attended the first ever Romford Film Festival. Premier Cinema, located in the Mercury...

Dog poisoned by algae in Stanford-Le-Hope pond

A Stanford-Le-Hope man was forced to take his dog to an emergency vet appointment at the weekend after the canine was struck down with...
Zombietastic

Zombietastic

“Performing Arts students at South Essex College got into the spirit of horror at Southend scare attraction Hide and Shriek at the weekend. Level 2...
Essex-police

BASILDON: Murder. CHARGE and VICTIM NAMED

Police have charged a man with murder following the death of a 49-year-old man in Basildon. Steven Keeble, 36, of Moss Close, Basildon, is due...
Louise

Louise proves she is the best in Essex

Brentwood’s Council leader has been named one of the top seven council leaders in the UK as part of the prestigious Local Government Authority’s...
John with Jim Shrubb

Coffee’s a winner

John Baron MP has officially opened the new Cornerstone Coffee Shop at Christ Church, Perry Street, Billericay. John was joined by Reverend Margaret Fowler and...
Thurrock Trailblazer schools

Pirouetting pupils’ chance to dance

Royal Opera House Thurrock Trailblazer schools were able to see some world class ballet at the Thameside Theatre recently when they had the opportunity...
The festival was host to a variety of workshops and performances

Celebrating cultures

The festival was host to a variety of workshops and performances Last weekend saw the inaugural Festival Day take place in Chelmsford, and around 1,000...
Anna Green with children's art work

Fighting grief with art

A Havering based hospice is planning on using an innovative art therapy as a tool to help bereaved children come to terms with loss. Saint...
Sarah in happier times

Race against time for Sarah as brain drops from her skull

A women from Rochford is on a race against time to raise £130,000 for life saving surgery in Spain. Rochford District Councillor Mike Webb is...
Kent Corbin

Jez in grays

Fresh from the party conference in Brighton, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was in Thurrock on Saturday, September 30, taking a walk round Grays town...
Mind

Awareness for World Mental Health Day – “Ask for help”

A former homeless women who tried to commit suicide as a teen is highlighting the importance of mental health support for World Mental Health...
SWCLP

Resurgent Labour canvas Southend

Labour Party members were out on the streets of Southend last weekend in an attempt to convey the party's message of hope, which had...
JAMES ARTHUR COVER

The boy’s comeback

X Factor winner James Arthur has his autobiography published today and the singer is appearing at Lakeside this evening to meet fans and sign...
Cllr Roger Ramsey

Leader slams pilot

“It’s politcians not the police” Havering Council’s leader, Councillor Roger Ramsey, has been questioning whether the borough should continue with the tri-borough policing pilot. The initiative...
The Comedians Guide to Survival

A first ever film festival

Tomorrow marks the start of the first ever Romford Film Festival, which aims to showcase and award filmmakers from the UK and around the...
Hebb and Huelin

Full Council meeting outlines future plans

At last week’s meeting of Thurrock’s full Council, Cllr Shane Hebb presented his annual report as Cabinet Member for Finance and Legal, where he...
“Tri-borough is working”

“Tri-borough is working”

Following the widespread criticism of the of the Metropolitan Police’s tri-borough initiative, The Enquirer spoke with the Met’s Deputy Assistant Commissioner Mark Simmons about...
Silk River

Silk river

Thurrock was last week visited by the Silk River ‘art walk’, celebrating a major bilateral year of cultural exchange between the UK and India As...

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