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More than a thousand fundraisers were bathed in glorious sunshine – and colourful bubbles – as they tackled a 5km course.

Scouts past and present came together at the weekend to mark a special anniversary.

Fifth time’s the charm for one fundraiser, who’s donning her pyjamas once more for a popular night walk.

Two riotous comedies and a bold production of a classic sci-fi novella have been announced as the headline shows for a theatre’s autumn season.

A daughter is paying tribute to the “angels” who cared for her mother before she died of cancer, by taking part in a community charity walk.

“We’re here to record the history of Havering, and make it accessible.”

Gallery: Farm fun delights Harold Hill pupils

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

A treat was in store for young animal lovers when staff from a community farm stopped by with some furry friends.

A young fundraiser swum her way to £500 in memory of her nan.

A club providing veterans with much-needed social opportunities is appealing for support in the face of dwindling numbers.

With the now-lost royal palace, the Roman Road and centuries-old Romford Market part of its past (and present), Havering really does have a rich and varied history.

With obesity in adults and children continually rising, concerns abound not only as to the content of the food we are eating, and how active we are, but also to the medical conditions which can come on as a result.

Hundreds of excited youngsters and their families made the most of the Easter break by heading down to a historic home for some egg-themed fun.

The world was a very different place in 1908, with royals ruling vast territories, women campaigning for the vote and the devastating First World War six years away.

The narrative concept of a young working-class girl seeking the wisdom of an older, intellectual male, with both learning vital lessons about life and love, is a familiar one on the stage and screen.

Families headed down to a children’s charity yesterday for an annual fun day all about the emergency services.

Fairytale favourites good and bad have joined forces this week for an inclusive drama group’s biggest production yet.

Philosopher, magician, mathematician, cosmologist, poet. Italian maverick Giordano Bruno was a true Renaissance polymath, who caused quite a stir in the 16th century.

It may feel like Christmas has only just been and gone, but with Easter soon upon us, here are some holiday highlights families can enjoy.

Dogs big and small bounded around a park yesterday for a good cause.

The 20th century, as so many others, was a hotbed of conflict, with continents ravaged by two world wars, and smaller campaigns waged in Vietnam, Korea, Afghanistan, the Persian Gulf states.

A fairytale land thrown into chaos when its good-evil equilibrium is disturbed is the subject of an inclusive drama group’s latest show.

The world wars cast the longest shadow over the 20th century, but it is a different conflict of the time which will be in the spotlight next week.

A schools’ mental health awareness event – the first of its kind in Havering – has been hailed as a huge success.

Spring has officially arrived, and pupils are already taking advantage of the sunshine it has delivered.

Online dating is well-ingrained into our society, but can its technology be harnessed for other social interaction?

Young people will be encouraged to think about their mental health and wellbeing at a special schools event taking place next week.

Quizzers put their knowledge to the test while raising thousands of pounds for a good cause.

With anticipation building for Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast, Queen’s Theatre has announced the tale as its latest pantomime.

A year after staging swashbuckling comedy The Pirates of Penzance, the Havering Music Makers returned to the Kenneth More Theatre (KMT) for the opening night of a darkly entertaining show about a barber with murder on his mind.

Every building has a story, we are told, and Georgian manor Rainham Hall’s tale certainly ignites the imagination.

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