Patricia Henry from Chafford Hundred WI writes about a recent visit from a Chafford Gorges ranger.
Steve Batemen, from Chafford Hundred Youth Football Club, rounds up the last few weeks.
Chafford Hundred residents will be dusting off their vocal chords for the annual Carols on the Green on the corner of Felipe Road and Rainbow Road.
Father Christmas will know the names of all the babies at the Kiddycraft mother and child group, as mums made personalised Santa sacks for their little ones.
Christmas cheer rang round Warren Primary School at their Christmas Fayre.
Sheldon the hamster takes his health seriously it seems.
A Chafford Hundred teacher has won an award for her outstanding contribution to education in Thurrock and two other local teachers were shortlisted out of hundreds of nominations.
A Chafford Hundred Councillor is backing a campaign to increase religious tolerance in the borough through education in schools from primary level and beyond.
Patricia Henry from the Chafford Hundred WI writes about a busy Autumn schedule full of fundraising and crafts
Vanessa Papworth writes about the latest news at the Chafford Hundred Running Group
Chafford Hundred is hoping to find the next big singing sensation in its very own X Factor-style competition.
If you see Martina Dennis in her black and pink ‘cupcake wagon’ driving around Chafford Hundred then give her a wave, as her company looks set to be the next big thing in the baking business.
Mum-of-one Veena Virahsammy, of Mayflower Road, Chafford Hundred, is a film maker, radio and TV presenter and media industry blogger.
Father Christmas is heading to Chafford Hundred Gorges this December.
Liam Carson, 17, of Ark Avenue, Chafford Hundred, volunteers in the press department at Thurrock FC, while also studying A-levels
Business partners, Leah Clarke and Sarah Hawkins from Chafford Hundred are proud their business Barney Bears Nurseries, is the new sponsor of Thurrock Youth Football Club.
The rather adorable Alf lives in Edmund Road, Chafford Hundred and is owned by John and Kerry Huckstepp.
A large tree felling operation began at Chafford Gorges this week as part of the nature reserve’s plan to return half of Grays Gorge to natural grassland.
The sun was out as pupils at Harris Primary Academy enjoyed the school’s annual fete.
Warren Primary School had a great turnout for its annual summer fete.
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Twinkle, twinkle you little stars – thanks for making your homes so festive.
Offers for university places are at a record high.