Havering, England Newswire (Page 3)

Havering, England Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Havering, England. (Page 3)

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  1. Havering gears up for Christmas with weekend of festive funRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Romford Recorder

    There will be a chance for everyone to get well and truly in the yuletide spirit at Rainham Village's Christmas Fayre from 10am to 4pm A whole host of tribute acts, Irish dancers and majorettes will have everyone feeling jolly, and Rainham Hall will also be open for all participants to try their hand at some free arts and crafts workshops. The Mayor of Havering will be attending the Rush Green community centre's Christmas Bazaar at the centre in Rush Green Road, Romford, between 1pm and 4pm.

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  2. Havering wins millions of pounds of extra funding from City Hall for Romford ring road improvementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 30 | Romford Recorder

    Havering will be one of the first boroughs to benefit from additional funding from the Mayor of London to help transform Romford town centre. London mayor Sadiq Khan and Transport for London announced today the first round of winners of a new multi-million pound funding programme, which will transform neighbourhoods across the capital into greener, healthier, more attractive public spaces.

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  3. Romford FC historians uncover the untold story of 'the Chelsea of non-league football'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 30 | Romford Recorder

    The long and turbulent history of Romford Football Club has finally been documented in full by two determined local historians. The fifth and final volume of John Haley and Terry Felton's history of Romford Football Club, 1967-1981 From Brooklands to the Final Whistle , was published last week.

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  4. Wapping women on heels of leaders after another win, as Will rescues men a pointRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 30 | Newham Recorder

    Wapping's women remain on the heels of East League Premier Division leaders Ipswich after a 3-0 win over Maidstone at a chilly Lee Valley. And great build-up play between Hannah Gage, Bee Armstrong and Becky Hart gave Katelynn Roganowicz the chance to drive into the D and set up Ness Sharman for a clinical finish to open the scoring.

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  5. TGI Friday's to open first restaurant in Havering at The Brewery next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 30 | Romford Recorder

    A branch of TGI Friday's will be opening at The Brewery shopping centre. Picture: Chris Ison/PA Archive/PA Images You could soon make everyday feel like a Friday, as TGI Friday's will be making its way to Romford next year.

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  6. Long read: Do pressures on police and mental health "crisis"...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 29 | Ilford Recorder

    A charity is bidding to raise A 100,000 to keep a cherished playground for disabled children in Upper Clapton open. Photo by Paulina Sobczak photography One of the country's top children's social care experts has warned that excellent work protecting Redbridge's most vulnerable children could be under threat.

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  7. Watershed moment as review announced into 'stupid' King George Hospital A&E closure planRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 29 | Ilford Recorder

    Public demonstration outside Redbridge Town Hall urging councillors to oppose the NHS's current sustainability and transformation plan which would close King George Hospital's A&E department. King George Hospital's emergency department is no longer under threat of imminent closure after health bosses ordered an immediate review of the original decision.

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  8. Revealed: Wandsworth is one of the top place to live if you're 'disadvantaged'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 29 | Wandsworth Guardian

    Wandsworth is one of the top places to live in England when it comes to social mobility for people from disadvantaged backgrounds, new figures reveal. The figures, published by the Social Mobility Commission in its annual State of the Nation report, assessed 16 indicators for every major life stage - from early years through to working lives - and found Wandsworth borough was ranked fourth in a list of 324 local authorities, Wandsworth Council's leader, Cllr Ravi Govindia, said the council would continue to make progress, including through its Aspirations Programme through which it helps residents achieve their full potential.

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  9. Havering 90' Joggers dress up as dinosaurs for Hornchurch park run...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 29 | Romford Recorder

    Members of the Havering '90 Joggers took part in a dinosaur-themed run to raise awareness of mental health charity Havering Mind. It's not everyday that you see dinosaurs running around a park, but a club got dressed up in the inflatable costumes to raise awareness of a good cause.

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  10. Illuminating Elm Park event sees whole community come together to celebrate ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 28 | Romford Recorder

    Elm Park residents were out in force on Friday to celebrate the neighbourhood's Christmas lights switch-on. Photo: Stephanie Nunn Christmas cheer was brought to the streets of Elm Park in droves on Friday night when the Mayor of Havering officially turned on the town's festive lights.

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  11. Tesco Express stores across east London raise more than A 2,500 with Halloween charity fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 28 | Romford Recorder

    Tesco Express stores making a donation to the Make A Wish charity. Left to right Martin Leatherdale, Bernard Leatherdale, Tesco Borough Community Champion Angie Brown, Shaun Campbell and store manager Ismail Hoque Tesco Express stores across east London raised more than A 2,500 for the Make A Wish foundation during a Halloween-themed fundraiser last month.

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  12. How does provision for educational, health and social needs differ between east London boroughs?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 28 | Newham Recorder

    If you're a parent of a child with special needs, you will have seen changes to available support since new government legislation was launched in 2014. Children and young people aged up to 25 who require extra help for their educational, health and social needs now receive an education, health and care plan.

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  13. Athletics: Harold Wood members enjoy Mo 10kRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 28 | Romford Recorder

    And it proved to be a very worthwhile trip for three of them, as they set personal bests for the distance despite having to do battle with a hilly course. Craig Brown led the Wood quartet home in 51 minutes 30 seconds, as Kaye Jackson recorded a new best of 52.46 and Parisa Skeldon and Lynsey Mann also went faster than before.

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  14. Havering Council identifies notorious Grenfell Park fly-tippers who...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 28 | Romford Recorder

    Havering Council investigators have recovered four vehicles and identified six suspects after a traveller incursion resulted in a large amount of fly-tipping in Grenfell Park earlier this month. Eleven caravans entered the park, which is next to the Romford YMCA and has the River Rom running through it, just before midnight on Friday, November 17, followed by five transit tippers, which began dumping rubbish.

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  15. Gang of notorious Newham fly-tippers interviewed in connection with vast fly-tip in Romford parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 28 | Newham Recorder

    A notorious gang of fly-tippers known to operate in Newham appear to have moved their illegal activities into neighbouring boroughs. Havering Council has confirmed its Environment Agency officers have seized two vehicles and invited six suspects for interview under caution after a park in Romford had five van-loads of rubbish dumped in it overnight earlier this month.

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  16. Heroic seamstress reunites brides with dresses after Hornchurch wedding shop's unexpected closureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 27 | Romford Recorder

    A seamstress is salvaging the wedding plans of brides after a Havering bridalwear shop unexpectedly closed and its owner allegedly moved to Florida. Hornchurch wedding retailer Couture Bride & Groom closed suddenly on Sunday November 19, with the premises' landlord claiming shop owner Steve Goodchild had fled to Florida without paying rent - an announcement made by a sign placed in the shop's window.

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  17. Havering's mental health trust is nominated for two national health care awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 27 | Romford Recorder

    The North East London Foundation Trust, based in Goodmayes Hospital, has been nominated in the 'Healthcare IT' and 'Patient Safety' categories of the Health Business Awards. The awards recognise the contributions of organisations and individuals working inside and alongside the NHS across 19 categories, focusing on facilities, specialism and innovation.

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  18. Bollards bothering businesses removed within 24 hours after Upminster Bridge shopkeepers protestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 27 | Romford Recorder

    Arnie De'milia owner of De'milia barbers in Upminster Bridge, with the bollards he said would 'totally destroy' his business. Photo: Matt Clemenson Upminster Bridge shop owners are celebrating this week after convincing Havering Council to do away with two bollards they claimed were 'totally destroying business'.

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  19. Redbridge's mental health trust nominated for two national healthcare awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 27 | Ilford Recorder

    The North East London Foundation Trust, based in Goodmayes Hospital, is hoping to scoop the awards in two categories - "Healthcare IT" and "Patient Safety." The Health Business Awards recognise the contributions of organisations and individuals working inside and alongside the NHS across 19 categories, focusing on facilities, specialism and innovation.

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  20. Heritage: The Liberty of Havering - a mini republic that lasted 427 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 24 | Romford Recorder

    In 1465, Edward IV issued a charter giving special privileges to the inhabitants of his royal manor of Havering . As tenants of the king, Havering people already possessed various privileges, such as exemption from paying tolls at markets and bridges throughout England.

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