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Travellers move into Romford for second time in a week

14:57 14 August 2014

12 caravans unlawfully gained entry to an open space in Lilliput Road, Romford, last week

12 caravans unlawfully gained entry to an open space in Lilliput Road, Romford, last week

Archant

Travellers have arrived on an open space in Romford less than a week after they were evicted from an area just under two miles away.

Havering Council has reported that caravans moved onto King George’s Playing Field earlier today and have until noon tomorrow to leave.

Parks protection officers will be stationed at the playing fields until the travellers have moved on.

Do you live nearby? Has this affected you? Contact Harriet Orrell on 0208 477 3810 or harriet.orrell@archant.co.uk with photos or information.

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