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Sunday, September 6, 2015
Knit and Natter group

A craft group is offering the opportunity to be creative as you chat.

Members of Harold Wood Running Club celebrating after finishing a 10k run at the Olympic Stadium. Picture: Barry Wiseman

Rain, wind and snow are no match for members of one sports group.

The Ford Judo Club members who won medals at an English championship. Picture: Ford Judo Club

An impressive seven medals were won by sports players at an English championship.

The Royal British Legion Band & Corps of Drums Romford performing in Germany. Picture: Ian Yeoman

Entertaining the community for 63 years is no mean feat, but for one Havering group the success just keeps on coming.

Members of Tweedway 50+ Sports Club enjoying one of their meetings. Picture: Pete McEvoy

Over-50s seeking companionship are encouraged to grab a dart, cue or pack of cards and join in the fun at a games club.

The Havering Fire Cadets, who are looking for new members to start in September. The group is based at Harold Hill fire station. Picture: Sue Douglas

Learn about community safety and make new friends through an emergency services youth scheme.

Members of the Havering Group Diabetes UK at one of their meetings in North Street, Hornchurch. Picture: Havering Group Diabetes UK

Health is on the agenda at a charity branch which has raised thousands of pounds over the years.

Harold Wood Bridge Club members Peter Coe, president Mike Wood, chairman Ron Lockhart, secretary John Buckley, and treasurer Dennis Mitchell presenting a cheque for £1,000 to Colin Coe, a trustee of First Step. Picture: Harold Wood Bridge Club

With a membership of 261, the Harold Wood Bridge Club is thriving.

Members of the Elm Park Coffee Club

A friendly community club which has been running for just over a year is still going strong.

Hornchurch Conservative Club members enjoying a drink

A social club with a packed and varied schedule has been entertaining the community for more than 80 years.

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