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X Factor finalists Reggie N Bollie perform as part of the Everyone’s Invited party at intu Lakeside in Chafford Hundred this weekend (July 2-3).

One in a Hundred

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Chafford Hundred magazine’s latest One in a Hundred profile features mum-of-two Asha Bhurje, 33, from Douglas Close, Chafford Hundred who runs her own business, ABling Couture UK

From making Christmas crafts to visiting Santa in his grotto, there are plenty of events to choose from in Chafford Hundred to help you get into the festive spirit.

Seventeen-year-old Louisa Johnson continues to wow the judges on X-factor and the people of Chafford Hundred couldn’t be prouder.

Year 13 pupils from Harris Academy experienced a fascinating and informative three-day trip to Poland, where they visited Krakow and Auschwitz.

Vanessa Papworth writes about a special Remembrance Sunday 10 mile run

Steve Bateman from Chafford Hundred Youth Football Club writes about their success

Offensive graffiti scrawled over slides and swings at a toddlers’ play park in Rainbow Road has been removed by residents.

One in a Hundred

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Heidi Windham Edwards is a 41-year-old mother of three who works as a counsellor

One girl was so touched by the care for children at an Essex hospital that she is raising money for an appeal by holding a birthday ball.

Dino pics on system

Council leader Roger Ramsey writes about the upcoming Havering Show

A man who ran 370 marathons in a year helped a secondary school celebrate their sporting successes.

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