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Nightmare neighbours

A 46 year old woman who has been convicted for her involvement in the robbery and stabbing of an 75 year old elderly gentleman ,has been reported as being a nightmare neighbour for many...

Successful student opens first sports clinic

A former student from Barking and Dagenham College is proving an inspiring success story with the opening of his new Sports Injury Clinic. 27 year old Tyrone Cassius studied sport at Barking & Dagenham College...

Charity helps to bin knifes

This week The Enquirer had the opportunity of meeting with Mark Clarkson the Operation’s Manager for a Christian charity called 'Word 4 Weapons’. The East London base charity do a fantastic job in the local...

‘Gallows Corner must have more investment’

This week, Havering’s Leader of the Council, Councillor Damian White, writes a piece on the re development of Gallows Corner in Romford for the East London Enquirer. “I very much welcome the announced shortlisting of...

Trust recognised

Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust has been recognised for the support it provides to new nurses joining Queen’s and King George hospitals. It was named Preceptorship of the Year at the Nursing...

Ofsted ‘very impressed’

Ofsted Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman visited Barking & Dagenham College on Friday, remarking that “It's a really impressive place.” Ms Spielman and her colleagues were there to find out about the College's highly regarded community...

Chair of young Labour attends party conference

Last week the Chair of Havering and Dagenham Young Labour Nick West attended the Labour Party Conference in Liverpool. In an article for The Enquirer, Nick tells us how he sees the future of his...

Band appeal for donations

THE Haverettes All Girl Marching band are appealing for donations after recently hitting hard times. The only all girl marching band in Havering are widely known not just in the borough but throughout east London...

Dumped on Dunton Road, Romford

THE so called Dunton Road ‘dump’ will finally be cleared on Wednesday 3rd of October thanks to the intervention of Havering Council. The dump, next to the garages of Dunton Road, Romford, five minutes away...

Residents invited to have say on housing

Residents in Havering are being invited to have their say on prospective ideas and designs for the biggest housing regeneration project in the borough. The joint venture partnership between the London Borough of Havering and...

Roundabout shortlisted

Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, announced that Gallows Corner has been shortlisted as one of the first five potential local road schemes in the government’s Major Road Network programme. The programme, which allows councils to bid...

Met police launch recruitment campaign

THE Metropolitan Police Service is today launching its most ambitious police constable recruitment campaign to date featuring the voices and stories of serving officers, as it seeks to double the number of new recruits...

Pupil’s mural

Rayleigh and Wickford MP Mark Francois was shown the results of painstaking efforts by pupils to create a beautiful mural depicting a religious scene, when he paid a recent visit to Wickford Church of...

MP welcomes more police

Dagenham and Rainham MP Jon Cruddas has welcomed London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s boost in officers but believes it is not the ‘solution’. Last week the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan announced an increase in the...

Film foundation to show first screening of UK film

ON Friday, October 5 the Romford Film Foundation will be presenting its screening of ‘Winter Ridge’ at Premiere Cinema in the Mercury Mall. This will be a red carpet event that will include a Question...

Tougher stance on gang culture

‘I’m going to be tough on crime and tough on anti-social behaviour’, were the words of Councillor Joy Morrissey as she spoke about her bid to become the next London Mayor. The Ealing Councillor was...

Largest fine for knife sales

The London Borough of Barking and Dagenham in co-operation with the London Borough of Redbridge have taken a major step in London’s fight against knife crime after B & M Retail Ltd were ordered...

Woman who used snapchat to incite fatal fight between boyfriends jailed for manslaughter

A woman who filmed her ex-boyfriend dying and then boastfully posted the video on social media has been sentenced to 14 years for manslaughter. Fatima Khan 21, (06.06.97), of Jersey Road, Ilford, was sentenced...

Foundation off to a flyer

THE Romford Film Foundation have now firmly put their name on the map, with several film festivals behind their belt and the up and coming Walk of Fame partnership, Joe Sultana has more in...

School celebrates ofsted outstanding

Music Eastbury Community School’s sixth form provision had a lot to celebrate as they have just been rated Outstanding by Ofsted following a visit in July. Barking and Dagenham’s schools have received further recognition from...

‘Speak a picture’ launch

The Sycamore Trust launched their new ‘Speak with A Picture’ programme last Friday 14th of September. Havering’s Deputy Mayor Councillor Michael Deon Burton and Barking MP Margaret Hodge were present at the site's base in Woodward...

Puppies Attacked

“The individual responsible for this should be locked up for a very long time”, were the strong words of the Romford MP Andrew Rosindell following the attack of a puppy in a Romford park. The...

Poignant battle of Britain service held

A poignant Battle of Britain service was held at St Andrew’s church in Hornchurch last Sunday as local members of the community and Havering’s VIP’s came out to pay their respects to all those...

First mayor dog walk

Havering’s first ‘Mayors Walkies’ was held at the end of August at Dagnam Park, Harold Hill. Hundreds of owners and their four legged canine fur babies came out to walk around the beautiful park to...

Adecco into one office

ON Thursday afternoon Ilford and Romford Adecco branches celebrated their merger into one large office in Romford at a special opening ceremony, officially opened by Havering Mayor Councillor Dilip Patel. Alex Fleming, President of Staffing...

Generous parents raise money to refurb ward

Generous donations from a bereaved parent have helped refurbish ‘Snowdrop Suite’ at Queen’s Hospital in Romford. The Suite, a dedicated place for families to spend time following the loss of a baby, had a makeover thanks...

MP launches petition for high crime areas

THIS month the MP for Dagenham and Rainham Jon Cruddas is launching a petition and campaign calling on the government for more investment in policing, and a new strategy/approach that takes account of and...

Busker star goes back to roots for charity

Music sensation Josh Gleaves, will be busking under the stars at Saint Francis Hospice’s annual Star Walk. On Saturday 22nd September hundreds will walk the new route around Romford raising money for the charity’s specialist...

Fire Service celebrated

Havering Council celebrated Emergency Services Month, by raising the Emergency Services flag outside the town hall in Romford on Friday September 7. At a special celebration morning, 999 emergency services arrived and stood to attention...

Victory

‘Victory’ for Havering residents as Hornchurch police station remains open thanks to Havering Council. The police station has been closed to the public since December 2017 and was identified for disposal in the Public Access...