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Every school will get ‘The Lost Words’ book

Councillor Andrew Achilleos has teamed up with Trees for Cities to deliver a magical book called The Lost Words along with teaching resources form...

‘We are a council that listens to our residents’

Councillor Damian White, Leader of Havering Council, writes in this week’s Enquirer. “Next week Council members will agree our spending ambitions over the next four...

50th anniversary for Havering Association

Havering Association for people with disabilities are proud to be celebrating their 50th anniversary in 2019. They have been supporting adults with disabilities and their...

‘RAIDS made us homeless’

“It’s been unbelievable, these are innocent people that have done absolutely nothing wrong.” “It has been a nightmare for them, they are victims of circumstances.” These...

International day of action

Vegan campaigner and environmentalist Connor Anderson from Havering, has written in to the Enquirer about a demonstration. Connor says: “As I write this, I am getting...

Meeting for soldiers equal rights

Romford MP Andrew Rosindell led a special meeting held at the Houses of Parliament for the ‘Right of Abode’ for Former British Hong Kong...

Work begins on sports centre

Work has officially begun on the brand new Hornchurch Sports Centre. Last week, the start of construction on the new centre in Harrow Lodge Park,...

Nightmare truckers

Awful Residents who live along Crow Lane and nearby streets in Romford have spoken of the lorry ‘nightmare’ they face on a daily basis. Vehicles park...

Local shop keepers to work with police

Teamwork A meeting was held on Monday February 4 at Harold Hill library with a Counter Terrorist Officer, local police officers, the Safer Neighbourhood Coordinator...

Outstanding career work

Redden Court School, in Harold Wood, has been recognised for its outstanding careers work this week. The school has been awarded the national Quality in...

First birthday honoured at Butterflies group

Supporting Parents Havering’s specialist group for new mums and dads managing the early days of parenthood is celebrating its first birthday. ‘Butterflies’ was set up to...

Asda at Mercury Mall

------------------------------- Client Spotlight -------------------------------- Asda makes pancake day Nothing gets the family together like successfully flipping a pancake, and at ASDA at The Mercury, there’s everything...

Constant verbal abuse

A bus driver has spoken exclusively to The Enquirer telling of the constant verbal abuse and threatening behaviour he faces on a daily basis...

Open day for NHS

Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust is once again opening its doors to welcome new nurses and midwives. The next nurse and midwife...

Havering remembers Holocaust victims

Many Havering residents, alongside the borough’s dignitaries marked Holocaust Memorial Day at a special service in Romford on Sunday 27 January. The moving service led...

Young Carers Awareness Day

There are more than 800,000 young carers across the country and as part of Young Carers Awareness Day today, Saint Francis Hospice would like...

Rabbits dumped on road

Seven rabbits have been rescued who were dumped in a box at the side of the road in Barkingside, Essex. They were found inside a...

Brokers that lived the high life sentenced

Conspiracy to defraud A fraud case involving 30 victims and £434,043 investments has concluded with five men being jailed for a total of 11 years...
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‘How can we make our borough better?’

Councillor Damian White Leader of Havering Council writes for The Enquirer this week. ‘What do you want Havering to be like in the future, how can...

Violence summit a success

Serious violence Havering was part of the first tri-borough Serious Violence Summit which brought together key partners and local communities to discuss jointly tackling violent...

Ford give trucks to charity

Support for RNLI Ford in Essex are supporting the RNLI by supplying the charity that saves lives at sea with a replacement fleet of new...

DISGUST

Cowards THE Member of Parliament for Romford has expressed his utter disgust at the vandalism of an RAF statue in Green Park on the night...

Residents upset over plans

Residents and local councillors have objected to a planning application that has been received to build a community centre and mosque at the end...

Campaign launched

The Hornchurch Aerodrome Historical Trust (HAHT) have launched a campaign to establish a permanent home to remember and commemorate RAF Hornchurch and the Hornchurch...

Centre awarded for being Autism friendly

Congratulations to The Mercury shopping centre in Romford after having been awarded an Autism Friendly accreditation from the National Autistic Society (NAS) in recognition...

Gang member sentenced on class B Drug dealing

A MEMBER of a gang, who is the subject of a tough gang injunction, has been sentenced for dealing the Class B drug cannabis. Basildon...

Biggest quiz comes to town

It’s official! The BBC 2 Eggheads will be hosting the biggest quiz in town and they want you to join them. Saint Francis Hospice’s Big...

Work on play area starts after campaign

Improvement works to the play equipment and sporting facilities in Dagenham’s Valence Park got underway this week, after a crowdfunding campaign raised over £5000...

The Tastes of Malta come to The Mercury

NEW Year, new tastes - the sunshine flavours from Malta have arrived at The Mercury, Romford. Nestled in the heart of the Centre on Level...

Gifts for children at Queens

THE Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund brought smiles to the faces of children who had to spend Christmas at Queen’s Hospital, by delivering sacks full...
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