Romford MP Andrew Rosindell presents Havering Museum with a portrait of the Queen
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A portrait of the Queen is now on display at Havering Museum thanks to Andrew Rosindell.
The Romford MP visited the museum in High Street, Romford recently and presented the staff and volunteers with the Royal portrait.
He also gave the museum a painting of the Royal Palace at Havering-atte-Bower.
The palace was originally Edward The Confessor’s hunting lodge in 1042 and was also used by 27 monarchs over the next 600 years.
Mr Rosindell said: “I would like to thank everyone involved with the museum for all the magnificent work they are doing for the people of Havering.
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“The museum is not only preserving the history of Havering and making it accessible to a wide audience, but has proved a vital link in the community through its involvement with the over 50s, schools and youth groups.”
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