Benfleet


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Benfleet

a town in SE England, in S Essex on an inlet of the Thames estuary. Pop.: 48 539 (2001)
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And David, also of Benfleet, who works for Barclays Bank, said the family was still in shock.
The children have since been cared for by Mr England, a 39-year-old senior design engineer with the Ford Motor Company, who lives at Kents Hill Road, Benfleet, Essex, and by their grandparents.
Joan Woodland, 73, from Benfleet in Essex, said yesterday: ''I don't want my comfortable and contented life spoilt.
The body of partner David Burns, 58, of Benfleet, also Essex, was found yesterday morning, washed up on the coast.
Safety consultant Richard Golding, 43, of Benfleet, Essex, was also jailed for nine months.
Castle Point Borough Council, as a local housing authority, is a provider of social housing, operating predominately in the areas of Canvey Island, Benfleet, Thundersley and Hadleigh, Essex with some 1 522 residential properties.
The dog is used by dog handler PC Jim English and lives with the officer's family in Benfleet.
Talking for the first time of her life as a millionairess, Joan, of Benfleet, Essex, who scooped pounds 6.
On an edition of The Wright Stuff, broadcast from a television studio in Birmingham, he was harangued by 43-year-old housewife Maria Hutchings, from Benfleet, Essex, over the phasing out of special needs schools.
Ukip party leader Nigel Farage enjoys a pint in the Hoy and Helmet pub in South Benfleet, Essex, yesterday as his party make gains across England following voting in England's council elections
And there was traffic chaos in Essex with flooding in Basildon, Billericay, Benfleet and Southend.
21 c2c employees raised GBP500 by walking the 12 miles from Benfleet station to Shoeburyness station, sponsored by their colleagues and collecting extra donations on the way.