News published March 2019
The Havering Show line up for 2019 revealed
The line-up for this year’s Havering Show has been revealed, with the iconic British alternative rock band Toploader and reggae sensation Aswad headlining the show.
Havering Council hosts second community cohesion discussion
People living and working in the borough are invited to build relationships
Council's Veggie Run app tastes success at London food awards
Havering Council's Veggie Run Campaign has been successfully recognised as the Veg City Champion of London, at last night's Urban Food Awards held at City Hall.
Taking a trip down memory lane in Romford Market
Classic cars will be admired to the soundtrack of musical hits from the 1950s and 60s in Romford Market as part of Havering Council’s series of events and activities to support traders by encouraging visitors to Romford town centre.
New Zealand attacks: Leader's statement
Councillor Damian White, Leader of Havering Council, said:
Leisure ambitions for south of the borough announced as Chafford funding ceases
Havering’s Cabinet has agreed that the funding for the Chafford Sports Complex, will stop from 1 June 2019.
Join us in the fight against Child Sexual Exploitation
National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day (18th March 2019) and Havering Council is asking everyone to unite against child sexual exploitation #CSEDay19
Action brings results against unlicensed waste carriers
Havering Council has carried out on-the-spot enforcement action to crack down on unlicensed waste carriers.
Council reception marks end of National Apprenticeship Week
Havering Council marked the end of National Apprenticeship Week with a reception to celebrate the apprentices graduating from the Council’s scheme.
Flag raised outside Town Hall to mark Commonwealth Day
The Mayor of Havering, Councillor Dilip Patel, raised the Commonwealth Flag outside the Town Hall in Romford on Monday 11 March, to mark Commonwealth Day.