Thurrock

What is Thurrock known for?


sporting career

. It has borders with Thurrock across the River Thames to the north; the former city of Rochester (Rochester, Kent) and Medway to the east; the borough of Tonbridge and Malling (to the south); and the boroughs of Sevenoaks (Sevenoaks (district)) and Dartford (Dartford (borough)) to the west. He supplements his sporting career by working for a stone merchants in Thurrock in Essex. Robert has become a CPA chartered public accountant and it is not clear what


called creative

; 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>


brand

Product Support Early life Brand was born in Orsett Hospital, Grays, Essex, England, the only child of Barbara Elizabeth (née Nichols) and photographer Ronald Henry Brand. Nick Barratt. "Family Detective: Russell Brand". ''Daily Telegraph''. 2007. This article gives his place

of birth as "Thurrock". Thurrock is the unitary authority within which Grays is located. Brand's parents separated when he was six months old, and he was raised by his mother; he has described his childhood as isolated and lonely.

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>


white+oil

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


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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"


providing education

, Southend-on-Sea and Thurrock. In all there are some 90 state secondary schools provided by these authorities, the majority of which are comprehensive, although one in Uttlesford, two in Chelmsford, two in Colchester and four in Southend-on-Sea are selective. There are also various Independent Schools providing education in Essex. Essex County Council. (2006). Secondary School Information


excellence

, and recently the Stanford and Corringham Sixth Form Center was opened, as a joint Sixth Form College between Gable Hall School, Hassenbrook Specialist Technology College and St-Clere's School. Partnerships The Tilbury and Chadwell St Mary Excellence Cluster.excellence Tilbury and Chadwell St Mary Excellence Cluster brings together Chadwell St Mary Primary School, Corringham Primary School, Grays


creative amp

, 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


quot products

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


support early

Product Support Early life Brand was born in Orsett Hospital, Grays, Essex, England, the only child of Barbara Elizabeth (née Nichols) and photographer Ronald Henry Brand. Nick Barratt. "Family Detective: Russell Brand". ''Daily Telegraph''. 2007. This article gives his place

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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