We hit the streets of Collier Row for campaign

PUBLISHED: 18:00 14 March 2013 | UPDATED: 11:01 15 March 2013

Town crier Harry Matthews with butcher Alan Jackson

Town crier Harry Matthews with butcher Alan Jackson


The Recorder’s Shop Local campaign continued in Collier Row last Friday.

It aims to save shoppers money and give local traders a boost.

Recorder staff and town crier Harry Matthew were in Collier Row Road handing out goody bags and speaking to residents and shopkeepers.

Elsewhere the Recorder team – with newshound mascot Scoopy and Romford town crier Tony Appleton – were meeting the public to show off the new-look newspaper.

The team visited Asda in Dagenham, Tesco in Dovers Corner, Rainham, and Homebase in Romford.

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