News published October 2020
Council asks residents to be safe and considerate this Bonfire Night
With larger firework displays cancelled this year due to Covid 19 Havering Council is advising residents to keep safe and considerate if they plan to host their own bonfire and fireworks night at home
Residents asked to ‘Remember at Home’ on Remembrance Sunday
Remembrance Sunday will be commemorated across the borough in a different way this year due to the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic, with residents encouraged to ‘Remember at Home’.
Havering announces free school meal support for half term
Havering Council is funding free school meals for those most in need during half term.
Council and police ask residents to celebrate Halloween differently this year
Havering Council and Metropolitan Police are urging residents not to go trick or treating this year, instead opting for safer ways to celebrate.
Cabinet agree to landlord scheme extension
Havering Council’s cabinet has agreed to the extension of the successful Landlord Licensing Scheme.
Volunteer family coaches needed
Havering Council Early Help Service is looking for volunteers to help local families navigate family life.
More Green Flags flying as Havering’s parks receive top recognition
Sixteen parks in Havering are now flying Green Flags after Hornchurch Country Park and Spring Farm Park were awarded the accolade for 2020.
Over 1,600 businesses see Covid 19 safety visits from Council
Havering Council has carried out 1,641 face-to-face visits to businesses to make sure they comply with Covid 19 rules.
Havering launches new service to keep young people safe
A new Council-led partnership to support and safeguard young people has launched with a week-long digital event involving more than 800 delegates.
Council boosts NHS contact tracing capacity
Havering Council has announced details of its local approach to test and trace and a £500 “Havering Helps” package to support residents asked to self-isolate due to Covid 19.