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About Thurrock Council

Thurrock has a rich heritage. Tilbury Fort protected London from seaward invaders from the 16th century to the second world war and Queen Elizabeth I famously came here and rallied her nearby army to face the threat of the Spanish Armada. Nowadays, Thurrock is home to one of the UK’s biggest shopping malls and a haven for culture and creativity; there is plenty to do at the weekends in Thurrock. Open green space includes the Thurrock Thameside Nature Reserve, a stunning and innovative visitor centre built on a former landfill site, with superb views over Mucking Flats SSSI and the Thames Estuary. Footpaths and cycle ways in 120 acres of nature park, which will expand to 845 acres, plus great birdwatching and ship watching. 

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Thurrock Diversity Network work alongside disabled adults in Thurrock to promote the wellbeing of the community, read more on their website:  

Thurrock Family Information Service is a service directory for families and young people, search their website:

Stronger Together Thurrock encourages local people to have a greater say in what happens in their neighborhood and to take control over where they live and the decisions that affect them, read more on their website:

Thurrock Council Voluntary Service is an organisation that supports, develops and promotes the voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise sector in Thurrock, read more on their website: