Search

Paris

New York Knicks Frank Ntilikina is excited about playing a match in London as it will give his family and friends a chance to watch him play.

A National Theatre play inspired by the struggles of people living in temporary accommodation is coming to the Queen’s Theatre.

Heritage: A 17th century European tour

Friday, September 21, 2018

In his latest column, Prof Ged Martin takes us on a stagecoach journey back through the mists of time

Romford’s Lauren Salisbury is hoping to make her country proud at the Youth Olympics in Argentina next month.

Read our World Cup blog over the coming weeks. Lee Power reviews one of the late games on day 13 of the tournament

Given sport’s global popularity and football’s status as the most popular sport, it is perhaps surprising that the beautiful game was not really touched by the ugliness of terrorism until November 13, 2015.

A hundred years ago plans for a chemical company could have changed Gidea Park forever, as Prof Ged Martin discovers

Six Nations: France 22 England 16

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Eddie Jones insists England are negotiating an inevitable slump where the “game does not love you” after France handed Ireland the NatWest 6 Nations title by prevailing in Paris.

In the beautiful romantic city of Paris, Prince Friedrich is turned into a hideous beast by a wicked witch. Can Cupid work his magic and find a great beauty for him to fall in love with to break the terrible curse?

A pantomime production of Beauty and the Beast opened at Queen’s Theatre this week.

Brentwood School fencer Madeleine Gale has become one of the youngest ever winners of the Young Sports Personality of the Year trophy.

The countdown to Christmas has begun, and for theatre-lovers across the land that can mean only one thing – it’s pantomime time!

A politician made himself a figure of fun after being fined for dangerous driving in 1904, says Prof Ged Martin

PROMOTED CONTENT

Vauxhall has completed its sport utility vehicle range with the third, and largest, Grandland X. We put the SUV, now available at Tony LeVoi in Romford, to the test.

“The time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining,” so the saying goes. So if some warm weather is making your conservatory uninhabitable, think about replacing its roof with a flat one and adding a roof lantern instead.

The next step in renewable energy could be right beneath your feet as you walk through a Romford shopping centre.

Newsletter Sign Up

Romford Recorder twice-weekly newsletter
Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy

Most read

Show Job Lists

Education Promo

News from your area

Digital Edition

cover

Enjoy the
Romford Recorder
e-edition today

Subscribe

Education and Training

cover

Read the
Education and Training
e-edition today

Read Now