Port's pathway to generosity as workers help raise cheer at Christmas for kids

By Neil Speight

Posted: Wednesday, 22nd December 2021 3:46 pm

Basildon kids among those that benefit from port staff's Christmas spirit
Basildon kids among those that benefit from port staff's Christmas spirit
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GENEROUS employees at the Port of Tilbury have made a donation of 115 gifts to Changing Pathways, just in time for Christmas.

Changing Pathways, formerly known as Basildon Women's Aid, is a domestic abuse charity working across the areas of Basildon, Brentwood, Castle Point, Rochford and Thurrock. The charity provides free and confidential services to support people who are currently experiencing, or have previously experienced domestic abuse. The port has supported the local Thurrock centre for many years.

Paul Dale, Asset and Site Director at the Port said: "The team at the port have again shown the strength of their generosity to Changing Pathways and we hope that the donations will provide some festive cheer."


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