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Thursday, September 19, 2019

Police in Havering have launched an urgent appeal following an aggravated burglary in Collier Row.

An attempted burglary resulted in a police chase in Collier Row this morning.

Two well-known faces from the world of snooker players raised funds for Saint Francis Hospice at a special event organised by the Boston Global Company (BGC) to commemorate friends and colleagues that the company lost during the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York.

A severe leak has flooded a Harold Hill woman's home and forced the charity shop below her apartment to have to close for two days.

Ahead of the return of the Barclays FA Women's Super League this weekend, The FA has today released a video to celebrate the growing popularity of the women's game, starring former footballers Ian Wright, Peter Crouch, Sue Smith, Glenn Hoddle and Petr Čech, alongside presenter Gabby Logan.

Despite a drop in the number of reports of littering residents have noted that during the summer holidays certain areas in the borough become rubbish hotspots.

Residents of the Romford block of flats which went up in flames last week have blasted the alleged lack of working fire safety measures inside the building.

The streets of Collier Row turned purple in support of an anti-knife crime charity for this year's carnival parade.

A riot of colour lit up Romford town centre on Saturday as the borough marked its second annual Pride parade to celebrate Havering's LGBT community.

A support group based in Hornchurch hosted a day of festive activities for people with complex needs.

Romford's MP has said Boris Johnson will inject the Conservative Party with "leadership, positivity, enthusiasm and the X-Factor" following his announcement as Britain's new prime minister today.

Councillors voted against reviewing the recent car parking charges increases despite a large protest by campaigners calling for the council to bring back 30 minutes of free parking.

Cute baby swans were rescued by parks protection officers this afternoon after they got trapped in a storm drain.

Comedian Jimmy Carr returns in episode two of Major League Baseball's three-part series to uncover some of the unique traditions associated with America's favourite past time.

A Royal Navy veteran from Upminster has shared his experiences of heading back to Normandy to take part in the official programme of memorial events to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for torrential rain and thunderstorms across London.

Two hot air balloons that were part of the mayor's Hot Air Balloon Regatta landed on the Romford Golf Club's course this weekend.

Ahead of the Mitel & MLB Present London Series 2019, Major League Baseball has unveiled comedian Jimmy Carr as the frontman of a hilarious three-part series to give a taster of what fans can expect.

A pair of Romford cosmetic tattoo artists are using their skills to provide free eyebrow and nipple tattoos to people who have had cancer.

Three fly-tippers have been ordered to pay back more than £230,000 after they illegally dumped waste in a "highly-organised" operation in Barking, Havering and Essex.

With lots of sunny weather and a line-up of top dance acts, it seemed that We Are FSTVL's seventh edition was off to a good start.

Pellegrini happy with 10th place finish from his team

Midfielder has been offered new terms by Essex club with current deal to expire in summer

Neighbours actor Guy Pearce has been spotted at Rainham Hall as filming takes place for Tom Hardy's A Christmas Carol.

Rainham Hall has taken on a much more wintery look and been closed to the public for three days while "an exciting filming opportunity" is shot at the National Trust site.


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Leaders are Readers is a specialist tuition centre that teaches children to read, write, learn maths and excel at English. They run Saturday, summer and winter schools for children aged 3 - 12.

As the dust settles from the back to school rush, year six pupils and their parents begin to look to the next year ahead and getting prepared for secondary school. Drapers' Academy is also preparing, kicking off with their school Open Evening for next year's Year 7's.

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