Thurrock

What is Thurrock known for?


special scientific

In recent years, there has been a move away from Cockney in the inner-city areas of London towards Multicultural London English whereas the eastern outskirts of Greater London have more speakers of Cockney dialect. Today cockney areas are situated in Canvey Island, Dagenham, Barking, Romford, Chigwell, Harlow, Tottenham, Enfield (London Borough of Enfield), Basildon, Thurrock,Cheshunt, Bexley, Sidcup, Welling, Eltham, Islington and Brimsdown.


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miles (32 km) east north-east of Charing Cross in London. The expanded site was opened in 1968 after a pipeline (Pipeline transport) was constructed to link two Shell (Royal Dutch Shell) refineries in Stanlow in the North West of England at Ellesmere Port in Cheshire, and Shell Haven on the Thames Estuary at Stanford-le-Hope in Thurrock. The pipeline allowed "white oil" products, such as petrol and diesel (Diesel fuel), to be transported cheaply and efficiently across the country. Along with Buncefield, a number of other pipeline-fed installations were built at the same time. These depots were always shared by the oil companies who have benefited together from the lower costs compared with other transportation methods. However, when they opened, such depots, including Buncefield, sometimes became difficult to manage from an industrial relations perspective. Drivers and other operatives from different oil companies, but members of the same Trades Union, usually the Transport and General Workers Union, were able to coordinate their industrial action more effectively by being on the same site as one another. In 1990 a further pipeline was completed, linking the site to the Lindsey Oil Refinery in Humberside. DATE OF BIRTH 28 August 1962 PLACE OF BIRTH Aveley, Thurrock, Essex, England DATE OF DEATH


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, Thurrock Council website, May 2008 *'''Delete'''. It's about as notable as my house, which interestingly enough isn't very far from it. User:Xezbeth User:Xezbeth X e z b e t font color "gold"


skills

, Thurrock; (Suffolk area) Aldeburgh, Eye (Eye, Suffolk), Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Southwold http: www.eswater.co.uk External posts In April 2004 Hall was appointed the inaugural Chair of the industry-led sector skills council, Creative & Cultural Skills. Creative & Cultural Skills. Accessed 8 February 2010 The sector skills council has introduced the first formal creative apprenticeships

; has won government approval to build a state-of-the-art National Skills Academy for backstage skills National Skills Academy. Accessed 8 February 2010 located with the Royal Opera House production park in High House Purfleet in Thurrock, Thames Gateway; and recently launched a web 2.0 careers portal called Creative Choices. Creative Choices. Accessed 8 February 2010 ref>


independent location

rock band called The Forgotten Five. thumb left The entrance to the village of Bulphan, by John Winfield (Image:Village entrance, Bulphan, Essex.jpg)'''Bulphan''' is a village in the borough of Thurrock in the East of England and one


stage comedy

title Author Interview: Russell Brand publisher Docklands24 accessdate 31 May 2010 When Brand was seven, he was sexually abused (child sexual abuse) by a tutor. ref>


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Schools in Thurrock include; The Ockendon Academy, Harris Academy Chafford Hundred,Gable Hall School, Gateway Academy, Grays Convent High School, William Edwards School & Sports College, Grays School Media Arts College, Deneholm Primary, Little Thurrock Primary, Quarry Hill Infant and Junior, St Thomas Of Canterbury Catholic Primary, Stifford Clays Infant and Junior, Stifford Primary, Thameside Infant and Junior School, Tudor Court Primary


local history

;Catton, Jonathan, ''A Short History of Thurrock'' in and archaeologists recently unearthed the remains of a jungle cat. Man has been in the area since prehistoric times and the land has been farmed by the Romans (Roman Empire) and Anglo-Saxons Thurrock has numerous List

Thurrock Council, Thurrock Heritage Forum and the Thurrock Local History Society began an initiative to place heritage plaques marking the famous people, events and organisations associated with Thurrock. Plaque scheme By June 2013 there were plaques to: *Joseph Conrad *Alice Mangold Diehl (Musician and Novelist, born in Aveley) *Dracula's connection to Purfleet *The arrival of the Empire Windrush

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important international

Orbital Motorway , the railway line between Southend and London Fenchurch Street which provides direct access to Central London and, eventually, Stratford International Station, the Port of Tilbury and the nearby London City Airport make Thurrock an important international trade centre. There is a grass airstrip south of Bulphan village. A ferry for passengers on foot connects Tilbury with Gravesend on the southern bank of the River Thames. Rail transport in the borough is provided


national public

tvshowbiz article-392247 Russell-Brand-A-modern-rakes-progress.html title Russell Brand: A modern rake's progress work The Daily Mail location London date 23 June 2006 accessdate 31 May 2010 Brand said during an interview on National Public Radio's ''Weekend Edition Saturday'' that he had "a strange relationship with his father, whom he saw sporadically and who took him to visit prostitutes during a trip to the Far East". ref name "NPR Booky Wook">

; After Brand's parents divorced, his father remarried twice.

Thurrock

'''Thurrock''' is a unitary authority area (unitary authorities of England) with borough status in the English (England) ceremonial county (Ceremonial counties of England) of Essex. It is part of the London commuter belt and an area of regeneration within the Thames Gateway redevelopment zone. The local authority is Thurrock Council.

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