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Recycling day On Saturday 29 June, the doors of Chelmsford City Council's Recycling and Waste Depot will be open once again. Residents can find out...

Pub in Brentwood has licence suspended

A pub in Brentwood High Street has had its licence suspended following concerns about alleged drug activity on the premises. The Swan, which is run...

Armed forces flag

Brentwood Borough Council and distinguished guests attended the Armed Forces Day Flag Raising Ceremony on Monday 24th June at the Army Reserve Centre, Clive...

Leader meets Met Chief about reducing crime

Council leader Damian White has met Havering's new police commander Detective Chief Superintendent Stephen Clayman to talk about their ambitions and priorities to tackle...

NHS big tea

The NHS will be celebrating its 71st birthday on Friday 5 July and following the success of last year’s BIG7TEA campaign to mark 70...

Sixty organisations attend a successful VOLFEST 2019

Chelmsford High Street recently hosted VOLFEST 2019, which was organised by Chelmsford Centre Supporting Voluntary Action, bringing together over 60 local organisations filling colourful...

Jail for vile men

Two men have been jailed for a total of 12 years over a burglary where a woman was tied up and tens of thousands...

TOUGHER ACTION

Enforcement Officers in Thurrock now have greater powers to tackle anti-social behaviour after qualifying under a Home Office initiative. The Environmental Enforcement Officers have all...

Pollution concerns

A Grays Councillor has expressed his concerns about pollution recently in the area. Labour councillor, Tony Fish, who represents Grays Riverside, has expressed his concerns...

School children inspired by dramatic production

More than 700 students from the Royal Opera House Thurrock Trailblazer schools recently visited the Thameside Theatre to see English Touring Opera’s (ETO) moving...

‘Boris as PM will be a friend to Havering’

This week Havering’s two most influential men have spoken exclusively to the Enquirer about the reasons why they are backing ‘Boris for Prime Minister’. Andrew...

Brightside visit Parliament

John Baron MP met with a group of students from Brightside Primary School as part of their visit to Parliament. The group spent the day...

30:30 yoga sessions

Businesses and organisations throughout Essex are supporting staff to live healthier and more active lifestyles as part of the Active Essex Foundation’s 30:30 Essex...

Campaign by MP to highlight no deal brexit

A huge advertising campaign was launched recently in Thurrock, to highlight the impact a no-deal Brexit could have on daily life in the UK. 10,000...

Summer Festival a success

South Hornchurch’s Summer Festival was held on Saturday June 15 at the Mardyke Community Centre. Organised by Councillor Natasha Summers and Lesley Bowers who run...

Celebrations for armed forces week in Southend

Veterans, schoolchildren and council staff stood shoulder to shoulder for the raising of the Armed Forces flag outside the Civic Centre on Monday 24...

Interview with former West Ham star Tony Gale

Tony Gale the former professional footballer who was raised in Westminster, London, and now resides in Billericay has played for Fulham, West Ham United,...

Funds for Southend in Sight

Former Southend-on-Sea Mayor, Cllr Derek Jarvis who stepped down as Mayor in May visited Southend in Sight on Wednesday 12 June to hand over...

‘Work smarter not harder ’ says Ross

This week ross elliot who is a business consultant writes about accounts. “The key to improving productivity is to work smarter, not harder. By working smarter,...

Save our shops

Residents Association councillors from all across Havering joined forces last Saturday to fight against the car park increases across the borough. The group launched their...

ANTON & ERIN; Dance Those Magical Movies Cinema Classics Live on the Dancefloor

Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag, the nation's favourite ballroom couple announce a brand new show for 2020 as they 'Dance Those Magical Movies'...

THE OUT OF THE BLUE TOUR John Newman

John Newman is playing The Lexington in London, Saturday, July 20 as part of his Nationwide tour that starts this Sunday, June 30 in...

The Liberty Stylehunter GREEN WITH ENVY

Now we're well on our way through the summer months we're embracing the ultimate colour for summer that will make you green with envy....

WIN WIN WIN – At the cinema

If you’d like to join the Festival Film Club and see your review feature in the Enquirer, simply log onto festivalleisure.co.uk and register your...

News in brief – Purfleet Living

House buyers searching for a new home in Essex can save hundreds of thousands of pounds simply by crossing the Thames, a new report...

Viewpoint…

COMMENT by Frances Hudson Exam season is finally over for the youths in Britain who have just completed their GCSE's and many students have taken...

News in brief – Children visit Uni

Children from Grafton Primary School recently spent the day at Keble College, Oxford University. On arrival, the 40 Year 5 children were split into three...

Man grabbed round neck and threatened with knife

Police are appealing for information after a man was robbed in Basildon. The victim, who's in his 30s, had been walking by garages just off...

Man gets 20 years for rape and stabbing of woman

A man who subjected a woman to three assaults over two days which included stabbing and raping her, has received a 20-year sentence. Stuart Wiseman,...

Havering Fabian

Havering Fabian Society are to hold an open meeting, with free admission, on Monday 24th June at Fairkytes Gallery Studio, Billet Lane, Hornchurch commencing...
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