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Pickett picks up a win at O2 Arena

More than 500 people have signed a petition calling on the council to do more to keep the area looking clean and tidy.

A new three-year partnership agreement between Thurrock council’s adoption service and a child and family charity will bring significant benefits for children and parents involved in adoption.

From winning Best New Festival at the UK Festival Awards 2013, We Are FSTVL returns for its third year bigger and better then ever, drawing in some of the best electronic acts from around the world.

As we go into the year 2015, the boys return to both school and football training after a well-deserved two week break over Christmas.

Thousands of tributes have been paid to Chafford Hundred resident Bradley Arthur, whose body was found on Tuesday after he went missing on New Year’s day.

Steve Batemen, from Chafford Hundred Youth Football Club, rounds up the last few weeks.

Lynda Taylor from the Gidea Park guides and brownies rounds up recent and upcoming events

A group of Chafford Hundred children went on a mythical trip to find some secretive guests of the Chafford Gorges Nature Park.

Budding anglers took to the Chafford Gorges Nature Park to learn the art of fishing at a family fishing event.

The Harris Academy Chafford Hundred is opening up its doors to would-be pupils this September.

Claire Voyle is a marketing assistant who recently launched a burgeoning photography business.

The sun was out as pupils at Harris Primary Academy enjoyed the school’s annual fete.

The giants of rock, metal and pop descended upon the Royal Park to put on some of the most anticipated shows of the year.

Thousands of devoted dance music lovers braved the downpour and descended onto Damyns Hall Aerodrome for the second incarnation of We Are FSTVL.

Perri Kiely and Jordan Banjo of dance troupe Diversity, speak to Richard Wyatt about pulling out all the stops for a re-imagining of their critically acclaimed show ‘Limitless’ at the British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park.

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