News published January 2017
Change4Life Roadshow rolls into Romford to help families “Be Food Smart”
Families in Havering are invited to “Be Food Smart” on 8th and 9th February when Public Health England’s Change4Life roadshow comes to the Brewery shopping centre.
Statement on proposed solar park in Harold Hill
Statement from Cllr Roger Ramsey,, Leader of Havering Council, on solar parks.
Brand new Noak Hill Sports Complex in Havering
Havering welcomes another new sports centre in the borough as Noak Hill Sports Complex opened on Monday in Harold Hill.
Explosion at block of flats in Southend Arterial Road
On Monday afternoon (23 January) there was an explosion at a block of flats called Bridge Point on the Southend Arterial Road near the junction with Ardleigh Green Road.
Havering remembers victims of the Holocaust at special service
Over one hundred people turned out to mark Holocaust Memorial Day at a special service and reception in Romford on Sunday 22 January.
Better neighbourhood policing in Havering with 20 extra officers
This week (Monday 16 January) Havering received 20 extra Dedicated Ward Officers (DWOs) as part of the Met’s ambition to improve neighbourhood policing.
Mayor says “thank you!”
The Mayor of Havering, Cllr Philippa Crowder, had a chance to thank again all the performers from the Store Room Youth Theatre in Hornchurch who helped her float in London’s New Year’s Day Parade.
Havering to honour victims of the Holocaust
Residents in Havering will be able to mark Holocaust Memorial Day at a special service in Romford it was announced today.
Have your say on Havering’s budget proposals for next year
Havering Council is asking the borough’s residents to have their say on proposals to save £8.6 million over the year.
Bridge in Rainham to be temporarily closed to vehicles
As the result of an inspection of expansion joints on a major road bridge in Rainham remedial work must be carried out.