Harold Wood

A secondary school in Gidea Park celebrated its first Good Ofsted rating since becoming an academy and joining the Success for All Education Trust.

Prof Ged Martin follows two young women on their three-wheelers across Havering

First Step says it can no longer continue providing its "outstanding services" by drawing on charity reserves.

Harold Wood Running Club's Adam Bartlett bagged the top prize at Lullingstone Park run on Saturday with a time of 20 minutes and 15 seconds.

Harold Wood Running Club members took on a number of challenges including half marathons and park runs.

Prof Ged Martin reveals a dubious scheme to make money out of the First World War

Harold Wood Running Club's Adam Bartlett broke a new record as he became the first-ever member to finish first at a park run.

The story of a woman's incredible journey transitioning from a man to a woman in the 80s is the focus of a heartwarming play written by two sisters from east London, this LGBT History Month.

Grateful parents from Harold Wood presented £250 to the hospital that looked after their son when he was born prematurely.

Harold Wood Running Club members didn't take any rest over the festive period and continued running regularly.

Harold Wood Running Club turned Raphael parkrun green to celebrate the graduation of their final group of Introduction to Running members.

Updated Man hit by train at Romford Station

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Rail services were disrupted after a person was hit by a train at Romford Station.

The chief nurse at the borough's NHS trust has received her OBE for her services to nursing from Prince William.

A charity which sent a married couple to Havering schools to show pupils what it is like to live in a "normal" home with two adults who are in a long-term committed relationship is hoping to raise money to vist even more schools in the borough.

The family of a seven-year-old boy who died at a Harold Wood pub have thanked the community for its support and said that it has been the 'worst time of our lives'.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

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More than 200 people paid their respects to fallen war heroes at the first Remembrance service held at the new memorial in Harold Wood.

Prof Ged Martin explains that there was relief rather than rejoicing in Havering when the First World War ended

Walk-in services will be closing at South Hornchurch Health Centre.

Residents across the borough will be gathering at Remembrance services this weekend to honour those who sacrificed themselves during the First World War.

A new memorial statue to honour fallen war heroes has been erected in Harold Wood.

A make-up artist from Harold Wood has written a book encompassing her experiences of being single at Christmas.

Former leader of Havering Council and councillor, admired for his "dedication and commitment", Steven Kelly, has died.


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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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