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More than a thousand fundraisers were bathed in glorious sunshine – and colourful bubbles – as they tackled a 5km course.

Scouts past and present came together at the weekend to mark a special anniversary.

For the past year, she has been the name at the top of everyone’s guest list, showing support for not only her chosen charities but for her community - it could only be the mayor of Havering.

Which breed do you choose when you have never owned a dog before?

A memorial plaque commemorating the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps (Anzac) that fought in the world wars, was unveiled at the weekend.

A resident has accused a housing group of talking “rubbish” after a piece of metal cladding fell from a building.

Gallery: Farm fun delights Harold Hill pupils

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

A treat was in store for young animal lovers when staff from a community farm stopped by with some furry friends.

A charity dedicated to improving the lives of poorly and neglected animals, wishes to thank the community for its support at its spring fair.

A woman was thrown into a betting shop window after a car, allegedly driven by an elderly driver, crashed into her this afternoon.

Members of the community held in high esteem by their peers were given worthy honours at a prestigious award ceremony last week.

A primary school invited a special celebrity guest to help pupils to create a long lasting piece of art.

As the dust settles on the London Marathon and participants tend to their aches and pains now is the time to acknowledge the charitable efforts of Havering’s many runners.

Hundreds of people enjoyed the festivities as St George’s Day was celebrated across the borough.

Residents of Dovers Farm Estate celebrated St George’s Day with a number of activities for the whole community to enjoy.

A voluntary service that was borne out of a sincere passion to see practical needs met within the community continues to go from strength to strength.

After months of training and preparation thousands of runners are set to take part in the world’s most famous marathon on Sunday.

Hundreds of excited youngsters and their families made the most of the Easter break by heading down to a historic home for some egg-themed fun.

Families headed down to a children’s charity yesterday for an annual fun day all about the emergency services.

A few weeks ago, the hand-written memoir of Louisa Alice Perris, was discovered by staff at Romford Grange Care Home, Collier Row Lane, Collier Row.

If you fancy great Indian food with a modern twist, then do not read this review.

A charity will be able to grant more wishes for sick children after it raised thousands of pounds at a glittering gala on Saturday.

Dogs big and small bounded around a park yesterday for a good cause.

A four-year-old boy had a dream come true when Transformers’ Optimus Prime made a surprise visit to his school today.

She came, she scored, she inspired a new generation of women footballers after sharing her passion for the game that has made her one of England’s most well-known face.

Spring has officially arrived, and pupils are already taking advantage of the sunshine it has delivered.

Beloved dogs and their owners enjoyed walking and mingling with other pets and dog lovers as they raised money for good causes.

One of the borough’s favourite pubs reopened last week following a £300,000 refurbishment.

British Science Week kicked off on Monday and in good style pupils dressed as flowers and plants to highlight its importance.

Girls of all generations joined together at an annual event celebrating their achievements.

Judy Murray came to Gidea Park on Thursday, March 9 to deliver a training workshop to teach parents how they can help their children develop their tennis skills.

Party poppers, cheers of joy and some celebratory cake were all part of today’s proceedings as the hospital trust welcomed the news of coming out of special measures.

Quizzers put their knowledge to the test while raising thousands of pounds for a good cause.

A dad pulled out all the stops when his son asked him to make an outfit for World Book Day.

School uniforms are out and all manner of zany outfits are in as the borough’s youngsters (and a few adults) come together to celebrate World Book Day.

Children and nursery staff were joined by special guests on Monday to help them celebrate a milestone.

Pupils took a step back in time to play iconic roles made popular in Alan Parker’s 1976 hit film Bugsy Malone.

A British rapper will run a series of school music workshops as a way of showing gratitude for the help he received from mentors.

Swimming, climbing and leaping through fire were just some of the challenges that fundraisers had to face as they took on a gruelling obstacle course to raise money for charity.

Tributes have been flooding in from all corners of the community from people wishing to pay their respects to Paul Freedman MBE.

Neighbours have spoken of their shock at the death of a woman following a house fire in the early hours of today.

A working mum who is battling cancer returned to her old secondary school to give an inspirational speech to students about the importance of hard work from an early age.

More than 150 protesters braved the cold in a determined effort to make sure councillors heard their voices loud and clear.

Pupils at a primary school had an incredible experience singing with thousands of others in one of the capital’s most iconic venues.

Here are the latest pictures from the explosion in Hornchurch last night.

One man tells how he saw injured people fleeing and cars hit by debris

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