Public health news
Havering is Breastfeeding Welcome
Havering Council is launching a Breastfeeding Welcome scheme and is encouraging cafés, restaurants and other local venues to register.
The Change4Life roadshow is coming to Havering
Families in Havering are invited on 24 and 25 January 2018 when Public Health England’s Change4Life roadshow comes to the Brewery shopping centre, to help families choose healthier snacks.
London’s devolution deal to benefit the people of Havering, Barking and Dagenham, and Redbridge
Today’s the Mayor of London and the Secretary of State for Health as well as health and care leaders across the capital, signed a landmark devolution deal to improve health and care in London.
Miles the Mole marks World COPD Day at Queen’s Hospital
The Council’s air quality champion, Miles the Mole, visited Queen’s Hospital, Romford yesterday (15 November), to mark World COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Day.
Have your say on your Local Pharmacy
The Havering Health and Wellbeing Board is undertaking a pharmaceutical needs assessment (PNA).
Council Leader calls on Jeremy Hunt to “urgently review” plans to close King George’s A&E
Leader of the Council, Councillor Roger Ramsey, has called on the Secretary of State for Health to urgently review NHS plans to close King George’s A&E department.
Cycle hubs open in Havering
Havering Council has partnered with Cycle Confident to offer free cycle training across the borough.
Havering pupils learn about air pollution with Miles the Mole
Havering Council has officially launched its Miles the Mole air quality campaign.
Change4Life's #BeFoodSmart roadshow
Change4Life's #BeFoodSmart Roadshow came to Havering on 8 & 9 February 2017 to educate on how to eat smarter @ The Brewery Shopping Centre. Check out a live demo of the 'Be Food Smart' app.
Change4Life Roadshow rolls into Romford to help families “Be Food Smart”
Families in Havering are invited to “Be Food Smart” on 8 and 9 February 2017 when Public Health England’s Change4Life roadshow comes to the Brewery shopping centre.
Talk to us about childhood obesity
Havering residents are being invited to share their views on how children in the borough can be supported to lead healthier lives as part of a new London-wide campaign.