News published October 2019
Pupils celebrate being on the Veggie Run
Sixty delighted Key Stage Two (KS2) pupils have won a £160 voucher to spend at Halfords on a brand new bike of their choice.
Residents asked for views on location of new Rainham leisure centre
Sports lovers and health-conscious residents in the south of the borough have been asked their views as Havering Council kick-starts a community conversation on where the new leisure centre should go.
Town Hall installation sets backdrop for Poppy Appeal launch
Havering’s Poppy Appeal has been launched at the Town Hall for the first time with the unveiling of a poignant poppy installation created by Havering Council, schools, and local community groups.
Free parking for Christmas light switch-on events
Residents and shoppers are being given free parking for the Christmas light switch-on events taking place across the borough over the next few weeks.
Sapphire Ice & Leisure named Civic Building of the Year
Romford's Sapphire Ice & Leisure has been named the UK's best new civic building at a national awards event recognising the country's public projects.
Partnership working boosts young people’s prospects
Young people in the borough have been bucking the national trend when it comes to staying in education, employment or training.
Havering switches on to Christmas
The countdown to Christmas begins with festive lights being switched on in Romford Market Place this November.
Free weekend Christmas parking offered to shoppers in town centres
The Leader of Havering Council has today announced free parking for shoppers at weekends in the lead-up to Christmas.
Havering Council appoints new director of children’s services
Havering Council has appointed Robert South as its new acting director of children’s services.
Green-fingered residents help make the borough shine
This year’s Havering in Bloom competition has seen residents once again showing off their creative talents to help make the borough bright and colourful.