Hornchurch, England Newswire

Hornchurch, England Newswire

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  1. Dynamic Asian dancer to take Queen's Theatre Hornchurch audience on funny yet captivating tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Romford Recorder

    One of the first British Asian dance students to perform on a theatre's stage, hopes to entertain an audience with his dynamic one-man show. Shane Shambhu, 40, first performed on the stage at Queen's Theatre, Billet Lane, Hornchurch, 22 years ago and has now created, directed and choreographed Confessions of a Cockney Temple Dancer.

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  2. Flashback: French glamour, a polio panic and a long-awaited crossingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 23 | Romford Recorder

    The leader of the town of Colombes, which was one of Romford's global sister cities, announced her intention to hold a second visit to Romford in a letter to Romford's own mayor, Cllr W S Gardner. Mayoress Mme Raymonde Bouchu timed her quick-fire return to coincide with the visit of 20 Colombes school-children as part of a foreign school exchange program.

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  3. Hundreds of people line Romford's streets for Armed Forces DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Romford Recorder

    Crowds clapped and cheered on our local armed forces this morning in appreciation of the sacrifices they have made protecting our country. Veterans, cadets and brownies were among the many groups to take part in the Armed Forced Day parade from South Street to Havering Town Hall before finishing with a speech from the borough's Mayor councillor Linda Van de Hende and a poem by Maria Wilkinson, of Marks Road, Romford.

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  4. Legendary surrogate feline mum nurtures motherless Harold Hill kitties back to healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Romford Recorder

    Despite giving birth to five healthy kittens last month, she stepped into help when two more were added to her brood. The two two-day old kittens were from the Essex Havering and Harold Hill RSPA branch, Chippenham Road, Harold Hill, and had been taken from their mother who was too poorly to look after them.

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  5. Julia Dockerill MP column: Parliamentary work begun in earnestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Romford Recorder

    Sitting down to write my first column for the Recorder as Hornchurch & Upminster's new MP, I realise this is one of the first opportunities I have had properly to reflect on the whirlwind of the past seven weeks. Memories and moments jostle in my mind as I sort through the highlights of the campaign trail, recall my jampacked first week in the House of Commons and look ahead to the political challenges set to define this Parliament.

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  6. If only an app could sort out roadworksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Romford Recorder

    There's a new app for people going to Glastonbury that pairs you up with other people going so you don't have to take as many cars. You arrange the meeting, share the petrol costs and leave them with a field's worth of mud in the passenger footwell before going on with your life.

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  7. The non-league re-shuffle: What does it all mean in Thurrock?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 23 | Thurrock Gazette

    THE biggest non-league reshuffle in 13 years is 'good news for football', according to one of the Isthmian League's key figures. A review of the third and fourth steps of the non-league football system has been conducted, in a bid to improve geographical anomalies, cut down on travelling costs and encourage more step 5 clubs to climb the pyramid.

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  8. Early hot air balloons often came down in HaveringRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 23 | Romford Recorder

    In May 1785, watched by a large crowd, he released a small balloon, before taking off himself in the "boat" of a larger balloon. The small balloon was "picked up in the meads below Hornchurch" by a boy working for a local miller.

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  9. Essex League Premier Division: Roy Smith backing Hornchurch to handle ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Romford Recorder

    Harrow Lodge Park captain expecting plenty of runs at Valentines Park, but keen for team to make it three wins in a row Hornchurch captain Roy Smith is confident his team can deal with the threat of Ashar Zaidi if he is available to play for Ilford in this weekend's Essex League Premier Division derby match. The Pakistani all-rounder has been in stunning form for the Valentines Park club this year, scoring 352 runs in the league and taking 11 wickets.

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  10. RSPCA issues snake safety advice after woman bitten in Upminster ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 23 | Romford Recorder

    Visitors to a popular park have been warned to be on their guard after a poisonous snake bit a woman enjoying a picnic this week. While celebrating Father's Day with a picnic at Upminster Park on Sunday, the family, which included young children, are believed to have disturbed an adder lying in the grass.

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  11. Havering Council leader expresses disappointment at Ardleigh Green Bridge delayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Romford Recorder

    Businesses, drivers and residents will have to endure more disruption after it was announced bridge replacement works could be delayed for up to two years. Ardleigh Green railway bridge replacement works was due to be completed by the end of 2017 but have been put back, and all four lanes of traffic now set to be re-opened in spring 2019.

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  12. Essex Senior League: Redbridge snap up former Clapton goalkeeper Richie RobinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Ilford Recorder

    The talented shot-stopper caught the eye with Tons last season, making some brilliant saves for the Old Spotted Dog club. Jon Fowell regularly talked up the potential of Robins and listed him as the best goalkeeper in the league on a couple of occasions.

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  13. Essex League Premier Division: Ilford ready for Hornchurch even if Essex star Ashar Zaidi is absentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Romford Recorder

    Spinner Theeban Tavarasa talks up the talented youngster at Valentines Park and urges them to take their first-team chances Ilford may be without Essex's Ashar Zaidi for Saturday's Essex League Premier Division home match against Hornchurch and Theeban Tavarasa feels they must find a way of winning when the talented all-rounder is absent. The Valentines Park club are sixth in the table with 76 points after winning two of their opening six league fixtures.

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  14. Essex League Premier Division: Roy Smith happy with Hornchurch after win over SouthendRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Romford Recorder

    A solid bowling and batting performance ensured Hornchurch moved up to fourth in the table following their third league victory of the season. Smith saw the likes of Tom Moore and Paul Walter depart in the winter along with Mohib Shah and overseas batsmen Rashidi Boucher also returned home.

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  15. Hornchurch fundraisers muscle up the courage to leap from the sky for friend's sick sonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Romford Recorder

    A group of friends may not have set a world record in their skydiving attempt but they will always be superheroes in one sick little boy's eyes. Lucas White is a four-year-old boy, from Hornchurch, who was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy - a life-limiting muscle wasting disease - and his parent's friends have been campaigning to raise money for him ever since.

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  16. Petition started to stop overdevelopment in HaveringRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 20 | Romford Recorder

    From left, Romford resident Lorraine Moss, Independent Residents Group Cllr Keith Roberts, IRG leader Cllr Jeffrey Tucker, Harold Hill resident Jan Sargent, and IRG Cllr Graham Williamson. Picture: Lorraine Moss With fears that Havering Council's ambitious scheme to build 30,000 homes by 2035 would result in a severe strain on services, a petition has been created on Change.org.

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  17. Hornchurch's Holy Cross Church marks centenary of wartime painter's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 20 | Romford Recorder

    Holy Cross Church held a launch event on Sunday, June 18, to celebrate an upcoming exhibition about a popular artist who was killed in the First World War. Holy Cross Church in Hornchurch, is holding an exhibition about Ernest Stafford Carlos whose painting 'The Pathfinder' is depicted in a stain glass window.

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  18. Tredgett ton sets up Hutton winRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 19 | Romford Recorder

    Alex Tredgett's superb century set Hutton up for a crushing 162-run win over Old Southendian in Essex League Division Two. Captain Dan Hagger chose to bat and saw Tredgett put on 92 for the first wicket with brother Cameron .

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  19. Billericay get better of BelhusRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 19 | Romford Recorder

    Joe Joyce and Roy Heffernan combined well for the second wicket, but Ross Poulton and Andy Smith made inroads with the ball for Billericay. Marchant returned to end the innings on 183, but the visitors saw Nick Van Lint fall cheaply in reply.

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  20. JAILED: Pharmacist who stole 5k in prescription drugs to deal on the streetRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 19 | Guardian-series.co.uk

    Niren Patel, of Ilford, was charged on March 27 after a number of thefts were reported at the pharmacy he worked at in Hornchurch. After the Met Police's controlled drug liaison team investigated further, they found the 38-year-old had created fake orders for almost A 5,000's worth of prescription medicine.

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