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07:00 07 April 2014

Chris Carter and Sam Blewett

Chris Carter and Sam Blewett

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Have you got a story to tell us? Or maybe you want to talk to us about something that’s already appeared in the Recorder?

Editor Chris Carter and reporter Sam Blewett are in Havering today to talk to you about what matters to you most.

Head to the first floor of Romford Shopping Hall in Romford Market Place between noon and 2pm – we’ll even throw in a free cuppa.

“It’s important to us that we come to you, our readers,” Chris said. “We want to hear about your concerns, your stories from around the borough.”

If you can’t make it today, Chris and a reporter will be back again. Look out for when.

You can still get in touch with us on 020 8477 3878 or by emailing news.desk@romfordrecorder.co.uk.

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