News published April 2017
Entries open for Housing in Bloom
Havering Council’s tenants and leaseholders are being challenged to help make the borough even more beautiful with the launch of this year’s Housing in Bloom competition this week.
Central Park Leisure Centre to undergo £1.5M refurbishment
Major refurbishment works begin today at Central Park Leisure Centre to improve its facilities, following a significant investment from Havering Council and Everyone Active.
Havering marks St George’s Day in style
People turned out in force in honour of our patron saint at Market Place, Romford, on Saturday 22 April.
Fly the flag for St George’s Day at Romford Market
One of the most anticipated events of the year is set to return to Romford on Saturday 22 April, with the borough expected to take part in celebrations in honour of England.
Community Wardens celebrate decade of service
Havering Council is celebrating 10 years of its Community Wardens this week.
Over ninety seven per cent of pupils get a place in one of their preferred schools
Over 97 per cent (97.09%) of pupils in Havering have been offered a place in one of their preferred six primary schools.
Highview Easter Event is Egg-citing success
The Spring chicken was busy in Collier Row this week when Highview Residents’ Association held its Easter event for local children.
Housing Surgery to be held in Hornchurch
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 surgery in Hornchurch.
Community centre demolition paves way for new building
Demolition work at a Collier Row Community Centre is almost complete as preparation for a new £500,000 centre moves forward.
Health check for dogs in Hornchurch
Havering’s dog owners can get their pets health checked and the animals micro-chipped at no cost during a special event being held in Hornchurch.