News published October 2017
Havering launches a new dedicated space for care leavers and children in care
Havering Council is launching The Cocoon, a support hub for children in care and care leavers.
Havering Council feeds 1,000 to fight food waste
Havering Council and Sainsbury’s have offered a thousand free meals to highlight the true cost of food waste.
Schools to hit the high notes with music experts
Havering Council’s Music School are pleased to announce the establishment of a new partnership that will enhance the cultural teaching of music in the borough.
Armchair exercises to help you get fit in Harold Hill
Havering residents over the age of 55 are being invited to get fit... without leaving an armchair.
Housing Surgery to be held in Cranham
Havering Council tenants and leaseholders will be able to talk to Deputy Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member for Housing, Councillor Damian White at a Housing Surgery in Cranham.
What you need to know about the Council’s 2018/19 budget
During last night’s (Wednesday 11 October) Cabinet meeting, progress of the preparation of the Council’s budget for 2018/2019 was reviewed and some proposed changes were approved to go forward to consultation. This marked the first stage of the budget process that will conclude with the Council Tax setting meeting of Council in February 2018.
Havering Social Worker short-listed for prestigious national award
Jackie Dowdling beat competition from across the country to be short listed for Community Care’s Children Social Worker of the year awards.
More than 500 get active at newly refurbished leisure centre
The newly-refurbished Central Park Leisure centre in Harold Hill attracted over 500 people to mark the successful completion of the £1.5million project, to improve facilities at the site.
Court awards seven more gas safety check warrants
Havering Council’s crackdown on residents who don’t allow access for gas safety checks has received backing from Barkingside Magistrates Court.
Havering fighting fit with leisure regeneration
Havering residents can look forward to new and improved leisure centres across the borough. It’s all beginning to take shape and here’s what’s happening and where.