News published May 2019
Upminster crematorium raises £8,000 for Singing for the Brain
South Essex Crematorium raises £8,000 for Alzheimer's Society.
Council reduces unhealthy packed lunch consumption by 300,000
Pupils at Engayne School, Upminster celebrate Veggie Run's first anniversary.
Investors and developers flock to Havering
‘We are open for business’ was the overriding message from Havering’s Leader to more than 120 investors and developers at an event in Romford.
Foster Care Fortnight: How fostering has transformed my life
Fostering transformed my life, says foster carer Emma
Government minister praises Council’s schools expansion programme
Lord Agnew praises Havering's plans for schools improvement
Council launches £40m investment campaign for roads and pavements
Havering Council has launched a new campaign, ploughing £40 million into improving the borough’s roads and pavements.
Planning and design experts join Havering Quality Review Panel
Leading architects, urban designers and built environment experts have formed the Havering Quality Review Panel to ensure the highest possible quality of development is achieved in the borough.
West Ham players are a treat for Veggie Run pupils
Veggie Run pupils receive a surprise visit from West Ham United players
Havering Show takes off with new sponsor
The Havering Show returns this August Bank Holiday Weekend, Sunday 25 and Monday 26 August 2019, boasting a bigger and better line-up than ever before and a new sponsor for the main stage.
Events lined up to mark Dementia Awareness Week
With around 3,000 people believed to have dementia in Havering, the borough is marking Dementia Awareness Week (May 20-26) by continuing to raise awareness of the illness.