Voluntary and community news
Community Conservation Week kicks off at Wennington Village
Volunteers from the 12 Estates joint venture (JV) partnership between Wates and Havering Council were joined by businesses that work with the JV and members of the community this week in Wennington.
Christmas cheer served up at thank-you lunch for volunteers
Havering Council and Wates Residential Joint venture laid on a free Christmas lunch to thank volunteers for their work over the past year.
Havering Hubs receive digital tech and training boost
Visitors to Havering Hubs are set to benefit following a donation of 15 laptop computers from Cognizant.
Operation Gambler sees joined-up action against crime
Havering Council joined local police recently on a cross-borough operation, Operation Gambler, targeting car thieves, burglars and other crime and anti-social behaviour.
Harold Hill Community Hub hosts event to offer support and boost skills
On Thursday 3 March, the Harold Hill Community Hub hosted an event to support residents with advice on free childcare, employment, developing skills, reducing bills and improving wellbeing.
Havering’s crowning glory returns with help from sponsors
The popular floral crowns have returned to a number of locations across the borough.
Railway request brings cheer to resident
The family of Havering resident David Middleton have thanked Havering Council for allowing him to enjoy a ride on the miniature locomotive in Lodge Farm Park this week.
Golden Havering is blooming!
Havering is definitely the pick of the bunch as it shined brightly at London in Bloom, winning a host of awards.
Residents join the Council in support of the Great British Spring Clean
Come rain or shine, residents young and old have been out in force sprucing up their communities across the borough.
New Year's Day Parade float lands cash for charities
A flag-covered jetliner float has landed Havering 2nd place in London’s New Year’s Day Parade, winning £9,000 for local charities.
Working together for a safer Havering
Residents, volunteers and community groups across the borough are invited to be part of a community event which looks at how working together can help prevent crime and the threat of crime.
Rainbow Flag flies proud at Town Hall to celebrate LGBT History Month
Havering Council is flying the Rainbow Flag to mark LGBT History Month.