Do you think you might have a story? Come and meet our reporter in Romford this week

PUBLISHED: 16:00 18 October 2018

Come and meet our reporter Liam Coleman at our readers' surgery in Romford on Friday.

Come and meet our reporter Liam Coleman at our readers' surgery in Romford on Friday.


If you think you might have a story - be it good or bad - come and meet our reporter Liam Coleman in Romford on Friday.

Do you have a question for a reporter at the Recorder? Maybe you have a problem that you think we could help with? or maybe you just want to come and have a chat about the football or about this incredible heat wave we seem to be having!

Well our reporter Liam Coleman will be at Costa Coffee in South Stree from 10am till 11.30pm on Friday (October 19) so don’t be scared and come along and introduce yourself.

He has been working on stories about everything from the council’s PSL review, to the new houses set to be built on the old ice rink, so if you have an opinion about any of the above please feel free to come and tell him!

If you can’t make the surgery but think you might have a story then please contact Liam by emailing him on or call 07557232077.

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