Residents and their families at three council-owned tower blocks in Chadwell St Mary are benefiting from a newly improved community room and brand-new community pantry initiative, thanks to a collaborative partnership between Thurrock Council and Kensa Contracting.

On Tuesday 7 March, local residents from Gooderham House, Poole House and George Tilbury House joined Cllr Qaisar Abbas, Cabinet Member for Culture and Communities, to experience their new community room in George Tilbury House at a special event. Residents enjoyed refreshments, while children were invited to take part in arts and crafts activities.


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