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A COMMUNITY supporting a Grays Co-op store has shown its support for a charity set up following the ...
THURROCK Nub News aims to support the local community promoting shops, businesses, charities, clu...
A BOROUGH store will be launching a collection point tomorrow (Monday, 16 August) where donations of...
It’s that time again, your activity packs are ready with even more exciting things to do with your neighbours and the wider community. We want everyone to get involved and make the most of summer with our International friendship day activity, Summer Fun Games and recycling/ sustainability crafts. Download and print your packs here now and let’s get the fun started.
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Members get more from Co-op with exclusive member deals and personalised offers, plus 2p for every pound spent goes to you and Co-op will give the same to local communities.
On top of that, you’ll benefit from exclusive member prices across our family of businesses such as Co-op Legal Services, Insurance and Funeralcare.
STAFF at a Thurrock store have congratulated a popular member of their team who has just clocked up
DO you or someone you know receive Healthy Start Vouchers? Co-op stores have started topping up t
THE Co-op's Socketts Heath store has been working with Thurrock Foodbank and today (Sunday, 29 N
THE annual general meeting of Thurrock and Brentwood Mind will take place next month in a virtual fo
A SHOPPER at a Grays convenience store had a surprise this week when she popped in and found she was
A BUSY year shows little sign of slowing down for one of Thurrock’s largely unsung heroic services
A GROUP of friends in a local community group is celebrating a successful fight against cancer by on
MORE than 70 lonely residents in the borough who have missed out on regular social meetings organise
SHOPPERS at a Thurrock store have been supporting the Mind charity today (Thursday, 3 September).
WOULD you like to come along to a FREE craft event and get creative? Thurrock Play Network will b
LIKE most Co-op stores, the Socketts Heath branch in Grays supports three local good causes annually
A CHARITY that puts the well-being of community members of all ages at the forefront of its thinking
POP into the Socketts Heath Co-op store in Grays and it is likely the first thing that strikes you i
RESIDENTS in a Grays community are out and about this morning cleaning up their area. Members of
GRAYS' community-run Lightship Cafe at Grays Beach is about to open its doors again after the Co
FOOTBALL COACHING!! Open to ages 11- 17 Need something to do during lockdown? Want some extra foo
With the summer holidays upon us its now time to move our activities from 'online to outdoor'
SS17 Walkers Tuesday, August 4, 2020 at 10 AM – 11:30 AM Passionate about Hardie Park Hard
A COMMUNITY activist has praised fellow enthusiasts for their work in helping create a new local ame
Aveley Residents - there has been lots of comment locally on social media with regards to litter bei
The amazing Hardie Park and its projects have been guided and driven by Rob Groves for many years. H
East Thurrock United Youth Football Club Our FutureRocks 4-6 football group now train at the new
SWEATY MAMA WEST THURROCK IS BACK!! I’m so happy to confirm that I am bringing back face to face
I can confirm that as of Saturday 1st August my HIIT classes will now be held face to face over Blac
THURROCK Council's Fostering Service has organised two 'virtual' information
Hairraising adventures and Lockdye capers with Second Stanford Scouts who kept in touch throughout t
Lockdown hair. Thanks to all at Second Stanford-le-Hope scouts for keeping our youngsters sane - wel
Please share We are looking for volunteers to get involved in coaching our #futurerocks football
So many great memories as the scouts enjoyed their digital events. Well done all at Second Stanford-
OF all the many community groups in Thurrock few are as active in their neighbourhood as the Friends
KEY workers in the Stanford-le-Hope area who are on the front-line saving lives in the fight against
FRANCES Puckey and daughters Paula Engwell and Nicole Yates all from Grays joined the Co-op-inspired
THURROCK Nub News reader Sarah Allcock is the latest to contribute a memory to our Walk With Dad ser
Did my walk in memory of my dad, died of Prostate Cancer 2009 accompanied by my dog Katie.
THE Friends of Hardie Park, a Stanford-le-Hope charity supported by the local Co-op stores on Stanfo
Proudly wore our T-shirts from Bonners to Orsett Village and back to remember Dudley and Graham toda
What is the Community Wellbeing Index?
The index gives an insight into what's important to people in a local community. From the quality of education, housing affordability, and public transport - to the amount of green space and the number of community centres in an area. We have gathered data for over 28,000 communities across the UK, to understand how they score across these and many other wellbeing measures.Click here to find out Thurrock's Score
MORE than 350 girls and young women exemplify the spirit of community that is part of the driving force behind the Co-op movement.
Hardie Park in Stanford-le-Hope is one of the local Co-op's chosen charities because of its massive impact on the local community.