News published January 2021
Better days are ahead if you get the jab
The Leader of Havering Council is calling for residents to ignore conspiracy theories and harmful misinformation and get a jab for a better future.
Calling on Havering residents to become Covid Marshals
Havering Council is looking for residents to become Covid Marshals to help in the borough’s fight against coronavirus.
Havering to mark Holocaust Memorial Day online
Havering residents are being urged to honour Holocaust Memorial Day by joining an online service on Sunday 24 January 2021.
Havering residents join biggest vaccination drive in Britain’s history
Havering residents have come forward in their droves to volunteer as part of the Covid 19 vaccination programme.
Supporting pupils and families during third lockdown
Pupils receiving remote education can benefit from a package of support being delivered by Havering Council and local schools to help them during the pandemic.
Businesses flouting Covid 19 rules issued with fines
Havering Council has issued two businesses with fines totalling £1,200 after they were found breaking Covid 19 regulations.
Council and local charities encourage residents to #BeNiceToYourNoggin in new mental health campaign
Havering Council has teamed up with Havering MIND and other local charities to raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing.
Library buildings to close due to Covid 19
With Covid 19 cases in the borough continuing to increase, Havering Council has announced that libraries will close at end of day Friday 8 January and will stay closed until at least mid-February.
New Funding - Trust for London
Trust for London is an independent charitable foundation funding work which tackles poverty and inequality in the capital.