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Romford Autistic Support Group celebrates official opening of new home

18:00 16 March 2013

Mayor cllr Lynden Thorpe with other vip

Mayor cllr Lynden Thorpe with other vip's at RAGS new premises

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A charity for parents with autistic children is settling into its new home.

Havering Mayor Cllr Lynden Thorpe officially opened the new Romford Autistic Support Group building in Victoria Road, Romford on Wednesday March 16.

The charity, which was previously based in a unit in the Seedbed Centre in Davidson Way, Romford moved into its new premises in January.

The group celebrated the move with a special visit from Romford MP Andrew Rosindell and Hornchurch and Upminster MP Dame Angela Watkinson.

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