The riverfront at Grays is much cleaner than it was – that means we are collecting fewer plastic drink bottles and can concentrate on smaller micro plastics. It’s more intensive and takes longer as Steve Catchpole explains.
Last week we were at Quarry Hill Primary School, showing some parents some healthy and cheap meals to cook their families. 3 ways with mince-Shepherds pie/Spaghetti Bolognese/Chili with rice or nachos, were on the menu for our lunchtime cooking session. […]
News from Thurrock Adult Community College. The South East Learning and Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) and the Digital Skills Partnership have been working with Google to organise some more free digital skills training. These are free for all residents in the […]
Riverside Community Big Local were kept busy over the Christmas period in the planning and execution of our Christmas dinners for the Community! The idea was put forward by Renae Leybourn, one of our board members, and it wasn’t long […]
Fulfil your ambitions with one of these free online training courses. 41 courses covering a wide range of subjects from Customer service to Awareness of Mental Health problems , from Business Improvement Techniques to Equality and Diversity. We are looking at […]
A very quick post to let you all know that to mark World Mental Health Awareness Day on Thursday 10th October Reach Out for Mental Health are hosting a pop-up living room in the heart of Grays town centre, in […]