The club which is based at Cranham Community Association, in Marlborough Gardens has just launched its new programme for the next year.

Year five and six students at James Oglethorpe Primary School came out on top as they faced other schools in the borough at Rainham Cricket Club, and will now represent Havering against other schools from all over Essex.

In June last year, a 25-year-old man was robbed of his Yamaha motorbike worth £9,000 just two hours after he had bought it.

Volunteers who have helped out the community by completing thousands of hours of unpaid work, by doing everything from making sure hospital patients receive the correct treatment, to running lunchtime clubs have been rewarded for their efforts.

“Our thoughts will be with them, their loved ones and the whole community when we mark a minute’s silence at noon.”

A Harold Hill resident is angry at Havering council after it won’t pay for damage caused to her garden when a council owned tree fell down during a storm.

The hub in High Street opened on Monday and will provide information and advice, emotional support, peer support, social activities and training to carers.

A Romford historian is trying to raise money to restore the grave of his classmate who was tragically killed when a sports pavilion was flipped over in heavy winds and crushed him.

Gallery: Gallery: Duke of Kent visits Havering

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent visited Coborn Engineering, Langtons House and Gardens and Sapphire Ice and Leisure Centre.

Prince Edward will be given a tour of both of places in Romford and Hornchurch.

Both James and Isla are West Ham fans, and the club has supported Isla’s fight, as she was mascot for the clubs game at the London Stadium against Bournemouth last season.

Ms Lame visited Romford recently to check out a number of nightclubs and to learn about how the Havering Community Safety Partnership has gone about making the town centre safer.

If you know your Romford from your Rainham, why not see if you can get all the questions correct?

Members donated £20,000 to Saint Francis Hospice and £5,00 to Havering Home Start.

A man posing as a fake gardener was caught on CCTV as he stole £8,000 from the 83-year-old from Hornchurch.

Three cars were believed to have been involved in the crash.

Ron felt a “crushing” pain as he was hit by a mobility scooter and suffered fractures in both of his legs and ankles.

Work will include completely rebuilding the platform one ticket office and entrance from the station car park.

Trains have been delayed and cancelled from Fenchurch Street and Liverpool Street this morning.

An 83-year-old grandmother from Hornchurch had her life savings stolen by a man posing as a gardener.

Rubbish left by Travellers at a Harold Hill pub has been cleared and the landowner is going to bring in 24-hour security to stop it happening again.

Sofas, mattresses, a child’s scooter, bags of nappies, camping chairs and wooden pallets are among just some of the items left by a group of Travellers at a Harold Hill pub.

A Hornchurch school is celebrating 50 years since it first opened with a 60s themed summer fete.

Police were called at around 23.20pm last night (Friday, June 1) to reports of a large fight.

A Cranham homeless charity has organised a music festival in Upminster in memory of a 25-year-old woman who died from addiction.

The illegal group of Travellers that were camped in a Harold Hill pub for more than two months have finally moved on and left huge piles of rubbish behind.

A man has been arrested on suspicion of drug driving after a car crashed into a bus in Harold Hill.

Over 500 volunteers will be given awards for their outstanding contribution to volunteering in their community.

Romford FC has reached its target of £2,000 in the first step to bring the club back to the borough.

A teenage baker from Hornchurch who has a rare kidney condition has created her own dessert to be sold in a high-street restaurant to raise money for charity.


The next step in renewable energy could be right beneath your feet as you walk through a Romford shopping centre.

There are many reasons people decide to join a gym. Some want to pack on muscle for strength, train for endurance, or lose weight. But did you know it also does wonders for your mental health? Two members at Romford’s Better Gym in the Market Place talk about their personal fitness journey and the importance of replacing bad habits with good ones.

Sean Watson, director at the family-run St Michaels Homes which runs Howard Lodge and Dudbrook Hall, answers the common questions people have about care homes.

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