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Romford Pictures: Havering celebrates St George’s Day

15:54 23 April 2013

Havering

Havering's St George's Day celebrations

Archant

St George’s Day might not be a public holiday, but Havering always rises to the occasion.

The borough celebrated the day of England’s patron Saint on Saturday April 20.

Romford Market was awash in a sea of blue and white flags and residents got involved in all the festivities on offer.

Take a look at the picture gallery above.

Are you doing anything to celebrate St George’s Day today? If so we would love to see your pictures. Send them to lee-ann.richards@archant.co.uk

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