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Hornchurch mum starts up online campaign to promote activities for children in the borough

PUBLISHED: 07:30 14 July 2017 | UPDATED: 07:30 14 July 2017

Kaljinder Mann who has launched her campaign Havering Fun with Kids with her children Esha 2 and Avneet 5.

Kaljinder Mann who has launched her campaign Havering Fun with Kids with her children Esha 2 and Avneet 5.

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A mum-of-two has launched an online campaign to promote the borough and its family friendly activities.

After signing up for a social media management course with Digital Mums, which specialises in getting mums job-ready and helps them have flexible careers, Kaljinder Mann, of Grey Towers Avenue, Hornchurch, was eager to put her skills to the test.

When she moved to Havering about a year ago, she was pleasantly surprised to see how much there was to do for children and their families.

She said: “I decided to run the campaign “Havering Fun with Kids” as I wanted to make a song and dance about all the great things that are available.

“It’s definitely a lovely place to bring up children, with so many places to go and lots of activities to participate in.”

To find out more about Kaljinder’s campaign, visit her Havering Fun with Kids Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages as well as her blog medium.com/@HaveringFunKids/hello-havering-5f9860827970

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