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"27.10.2016 07:14:20" romfordrecorder.co.uk Plans for Christmas ice-rink in Romford market and new Harold Hill nursery to be considered at council tonight A proposal to install an ice rink in market place over the Christmas period is due to be considered by a council committee tonight (Thursday). It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
"27.10.2016 07:12:49" Good morning Havering, Ann-Marie reporting for duty with your travel update. There is minor congestion into town at the Ardleigh Green Road junction, Harold Wood. Got a story? Call the newsdesk on 02084773892
"26.10.2016 15:55:15" romfordrecorder.co.uk Former Havering coroner to be suspended A former coroner for Havering has been suspended and an investigation into his conduct launched after families complained of waiting more than a year for death certificates. Did you experience issues with the coroner's court when headed by Chinyere Inyama? Call Ann-Marie on 02084773892 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
"26.10.2016 10:53:07" romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Wood prison guard officer who died after court assault receives posthumous award A woman who died from a brain haemorrhage after being kicked in the head while helping to transport a prisoner from court was posthumously honoured at an award ceremony. Prison guard officer who died after court assault receives posthumous award
"26.10.2016 10:45:21" romfordrecorder.co.uk Man dies after being hit by a car on A127 in Upminster this morning A man has died after being hit by a car on the A127 this morning. Very sad news.
"26.10.2016 09:03:48" romfordrecorder.co.uk When do the clocks go back in 2016? Get your best pyjamas on – it's time for an extra long lie-in this Sunday. What will you do with your extra hour?
"26.10.2016 08:20:04" romfordrecorder.co.uk Traffic delays on A127 in Upminster after earlier accident There are severe delays on the A127 going westbound after an accident this morning. Beware if you are driving that way this morning.
"26.10.2016 06:22:08" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering charity and environmental group oppose solar park plans An animal welfare charity and environmental campaign group say they are “shocked” by the proposal to develop two solar parks. “A solar park would also have a very negative visual impact on the area."
"25.10.2016 12:43:26" romfordrecorder.co.uk Rainham lollipop lady retires after nearly 25 years After spending almost 25 years helping children to cross roads in all weathers, a lollipop lady is finally hanging up her high vis coat. 'It was sad to leave after so many years'
"25.10.2016 10:48:24" romfordrecorder.co.uk Police appeal for missing man last seen in Rush Green Police are appealing for help to trace a missing man who frequents Romford. 'Disappearance is out of character and police are concerned for his welfare'
"25.10.2016 10:42:54" romfordrecorder.co.uk Police appeal to find 'prolific offender' from Collier Row The police are appealing for help to find a “prolific offender” who frequents Collier Row. Have you seen this man?
"25.10.2016 09:57:37" Timeline Photos For your chance to win a family ticket to The London Dungeon, don't forget to get your copy of this week's Romford Recorder (out Friday). Good luck!
"25.10.2016 09:09:21" romfordrecorder.co.uk Residents wake up to loud 'boom' as cars go up in flames in Rainham Residents gathered outside in the early hours of the morning as two cars were set alight. More to follow.
"25.10.2016 06:35:27" romfordrecorder.co.uk Drunken man assaulted policeman after leaving Upminster curry house without paying A man left an Indian restaurant without paying before assaulting a police officer while being treated for drunkenness, a court has heard. 'He became aggressive and pushed and kicked Pc Kiddle while threatening to burn down the restaurant'
"24.10.2016 13:21:40" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'Fantastic' community raises £2,325 for funeral of Romford doorman Ricky Hayden A grieving mum says “overwhelming” community support helped her family cope after her son was stabbed to death outside his home. Organisers revealed Ricky's family had been forced to leave their home for their own safety after he and Paul were stabbed last month
"24.10.2016 06:10:35" romfordrecorder.co.uk Residents' 'heartbreak' as homes earmarked for demolition for Romford housing zone Residents said they are “heartbroken” to have to leave their homes, which will be bulldozed to make way for a new housing development. 'Thinking about having to move is heartbreaking'.
"22.10.2016 08:21:50" romfordrecorder.co.uk Woman dragged along pavement in Hornchurch robbery CCTV footage of two men sought in connection with an incident where a woman was robbed and dragged along a pavement has been released by police. Victim still requires treatment for injuries
"21.10.2016 11:59:30" romfordrecorder.co.uk Reports of an incident at Thomson travel agency in Upminster Police are attending an incident at a travel agents with reports that the building has been cordoned off. Police were called after reports of an incident at the Thomson travel agency in Upminster this morning. More details to follow.
"21.10.2016 11:12:49" Timeline Photos Our front page story this week reports on the court case of the boys, who assaulted a 15-year-old boy in Raphael Park in July. Find out more by picking up the Recorder.
"21.10.2016 06:23:08" romfordrecorder.co.uk Mum of cancer patient told she had the disease too just one day before daughter finished treatment A mum had the devastating shock of being told she had breast cancer just a day before her daughter's final day of treatment in her own battle with the disease. “I am now trying to get through to the other side, I've got to keep myself going and fight it”
"20.10.2016 12:23:06" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering Council backs plan for cross-borough team to tackle illegal traveller camps Businesses have called for a cross-borough team to rid the area of illegal traveller encampments and tackle “criminally organised” fly-tipping. The collaboration between Havering, Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham councils could see the creation of a multi-agency, cross-border team to crack down on "criminally organised" fly-tipping.
"20.10.2016 11:02:20" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford cancer patient live tweets his experience of NHS from Queen's Hospital A cancer patient is the first in England to share his experience with the NHS on social media. “Looking on the bright side, is there anything good about having cancer? I am not sure I will ever be bothered by anything else again..."
Follow Richard on Twitter @NHS
"20.10.2016 08:10:04" romfordrecorder.co.uk Elderly residents in Hornchurch home left without hot water or heating for weeks Elderly residents at an independent living complex spent nearly three weeks without hot water or heating. "To do that to elderly people at this time of year is beyond me."
"20.10.2016 06:15:05" romfordrecorder.co.uk Lee Balkwell death: Dad hopes High Court hearing today could help reveal 'what really happened' The father of a man found dead in a concrete mixer believes a high court hearing today marks an important day in his quest to “uncover the truth” behind Essex Police's flawed investigation into his son's death. The father has campaigned for 14 years for 'justice' for son Lee.
"19.10.2016 16:39:35" romfordrecorder.co.uk Mayor of London questioned over possible river crossing toll charges for Havering commuters The Mayor of London has been challenged amid fears Havering residents will have to pick up the bill for new river crossings. "I fear it will be down to the people of Havering and other nearby boroughs to cough up the cost of these new projects, which does not seem fair at all."
"19.10.2016 14:51:02" romfordrecorder.co.uk Crime writer Martina Cole to launch new novel at book signing event at The Liberty Romford One of the UK's best-loved crime writers will delight fans by signing copies of her new novel at a shopping centre on Saturday. The queen of crime is back with a new book....
"19.10.2016 13:11:30" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford video assault: Teenage attackers 'very remorseful' after beating up boy in Raphael Park woods Two teenagers said they had been “disgraced” by a video showing them brutally attacking a 15-year-old boy in Raphael Park woods. One of the boys said receiving death threats after the video had "changed" him.
"19.10.2016 08:32:02" romfordrecorder.co.uk Delays into Romford after accident on the A12 There are traffic delays into Romford following an accident earlier this morning. The motorcyclist has been taken to hospital.
"19.10.2016 06:07:06" romfordrecorder.co.uk 81 speeding drivers caught out by Havering residents in first speed gun trial Volunteers armed with speed guns caught out 81 speedsters in a first of its kind operation in the borough. Were you one of them?
"18.10.2016 14:24:59" romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Hill Post Office could 'potentially' be franchised out to interested parties The Post Office is considering potential retailer options as it looks to potentially franchise a major branch in the borough. Uncertainty surrounds the future of Harold Hill's Post Office.
"18.10.2016 06:28:06" romfordrecorder.co.uk Public vote could win Romford town centre London's best high street Romford's high street could be voted the best in London after it was shortlisted in the Great British High Street competition. Great new!
What is your favorite part of Romford town center?
"17.10.2016 15:43:55" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering police officers to receive body worn video cameras to fight crime Police officers around the capital will gain a new tool to aid the fight against crime. Caught on camera - police to use body worn videos to aid the fight against crime. Good idea?
"17.10.2016 14:59:27" romfordrecorder.co.uk Blossoming borough wins silver award at Britain in Bloom The London Borough of Havering has been presented with a silver gilt award in this year's Britain in Bloom. Success for Havering!
"17.10.2016 13:15:53" romfordrecorder.co.uk Cannabis factory and 'large quantity' of Class A drugs found by Romford police team A man and woman have been arrested after officers discovered a cannabis factory and significant amounts of what is believed to be MDMA and crystal meth. “This was a significant haul and we are pleased to have disrupted the distribution of these drugs before they hit the streets of Havering.”
"17.10.2016 12:34:02" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hornchurch pilot believed to have lost consciousness in moments leading to aircraft crash in Chigwell The pilot of a light aircraft, who died alongside side his co-pilot when they crashed into a field a year ago, may have lost consciousness during the flight, a report concluded. Both the pilot and co-pilot died in the crash last year.
"17.10.2016 08:52:04" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hornchurch barber shop becomes social hub where men speak about mental health Few people would expect anything more than a beard trim and a hair cut from their barber. "Men are more comfortable speaking to their barber than to their GP about mental health". We spoke to Jake's Barber Shop Hornchurch to find out.
"17.10.2016 06:15:25" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering Police may merge with neighbouring boroughs Havering Police are likely to merge with Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham's forces, it can be revealed. Details of a potential merger between Havering Police and neighbouring boroughs have been revealed.
"16.10.2016 11:04:36" romfordrecorder.co.uk From balancing to ball skills Collier Row Circus is more than clowning around Roll up roll up, the circus is coming to Collier Row. Reporter Ellena Cruse ran away from the office for a morning to speak to performers from Santus Circus and learn a few tricks of the trade. Last chance to watch the circus perform at Collier Row today... Tricks a lot harder to perform then they look!
"14.10.2016 11:28:01" romfordrecorder.co.uk Residents invited to view proposed plans for Upminster care home and brain injury unit A private care company is asking residents for their views on plans to build a residential care home and a brain injury unit. The care company hasn't yet submitted a planning application.
"14.10.2016 10:27:49" romfordrecorder.co.uk Company advertises big returns to investors on 2,500 burial plots in Rainham Cemetery An investment firm is hoping to take advantage of the capital's “long-term burial crisis” by encouraging shrewd investors to buy up burial plots. An investment firm hopes to takes advantage of the capital's "long-term burial crisis" by offering 40 per cent returns to investors on plots at Rainham Cemetery.
"14.10.2016 08:56:26" romfordrecorder.co.uk Environment Agency raid uncovers illegal waste in Upminster Criminals have been storing electronic waste and stolen goods in a large storage facility in Upminster. Raid unearthed thousands of items that were going to be 'illegally exported to Africa'.
"14.10.2016 07:22:58" romfordrecorder.co.uk Broken down train causes severe delays for c2c users Commuters have vented their frustrations on social media after a broken down train caused big delays on the c2c line. More travel misery for people using the c2c line this morning.
"14.10.2016 06:43:56" romfordrecorder.co.uk Two burst water mains leaves Hornchurch householders without running water Two burst water mains have forced residents to wake up without running water this morning. Have you been affected?
"13.10.2016 11:59:41" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford father dies during Royal Parks Foundation half marathon two miles away from finish line A young father collapsed and died two miles from the finish line of a half marathon. Very sad.
"13.10.2016 08:01:03" romfordrecorder.co.uk Fundraising mission for seven-year-old Hornchurch boy with extremely rare brain tumour A family is desperately attempting to raise £100,000 for their “cheeky, little boy” after being refused funding for a life-changing procedure. Little Nathan smiles just before any of his possible 25 seizures a day with the only known procedure to cure him in the USA.
"12.10.2016 15:11:40" romfordrecorder.co.uk Crossrail improvement works begin at Romford Station Commuters will soon benefit from new trains and direct access to central London and Heathrow airport after improvement works begun at Romford Station on Monday. Crossrail works begin at Romford. Do you think changes will improve journeys?
"12.10.2016 06:26:21" romfordrecorder.co.uk Parents frustrated as Hornchurch school forced to delay move until next year Work has been delayed to complete a new school building, forcing frustrated parents to cancel their child care arrangements last minute. In a letter to parents, the school explained it had not anticipated the news and was “very disappointed”.
"11.10.2016 16:22:50" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hornchurch groom-to-be has hundreds of pounds stolen as he tries on a suit for his wedding A groom-to-be has criticised security staff after £850 was stolen from his trouser pocket as he tried on suits for his upcoming wedding. The 27-year-old believes shoppers should be aware after the money was stolen in a high end store on a busy Saturday afternoon.
"11.10.2016 12:14:00" Timeline Photos For your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Lee Mead at Cliffs Pavillion, Southend-on-Sea for the last night of his Some Enchanted Evening tour, don't forget to get your copy of this week's Romford Recorder (out Friday). Good luck!
"11.10.2016 08:55:50" romfordrecorder.co.uk Police issue warning to parents after 'killer crown' Instagram account threatens to raid schools in Havering Sinister threats of “killer clowns” descending on schools in the borough have terrified parents of schoolchildren. One post claimed 20 clowns would descend on a school with knives tomorrow.
"10.10.2016 15:30:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk How the stage has helped young Collier Row man battle his violent outbursts Passionate about theatre, Joe Butler finds the stage a safe place to let go of his violent fantasies. Chloe Farand meets the 20-year-old on his path to recovery. Today is World Mental Health Day. Do you know about the Recorder's Mind Your Mental Health Campaign? Here is Joe's story, a young man who speaks out about battling an unstable personality disorder.
"10.10.2016 14:04:06" romfordrecorder.co.uk Find out about the winners of Havering's Business Awards There were glitter and glamour as the borough celebrated the achievements of its business community. Congratulations to everyone taking part.
"10.10.2016 13:50:35" ilfordrecorder.co.uk Person dies after being struck by a train at Chadwell Heath station A person has been hit by a train at Chadwell Heath station. Delays expected until 4pm due to the sad news.
"10.10.2016 12:23:57" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hundreds sign petition in opposition of Harold Hill solar park More than 700 signatures have been gathered in a matter of days in protest of a proposed 30-hectare solar farm park. More than 700 people have signed the petition and the number continues to grow.
"10.10.2016 06:23:46" romfordrecorder.co.uk Rising number of crimes reported on Havering school premises is positive 'open culture', expert says Rising numbers of crimes reported on school premises are part of an “open culture” helping to better identify serious offenders, a safeguarding expert said. Since January all alleged offences in schools – from fights to a pat on the bottom – have to be recorded by police, whereas previously minor incidents were dealt with between pupils, parents and the school.
"07.10.2016 17:30:02" romfordrecorder.co.uk Man banned from Chadwell Heath quarry after threatening staff with rifle A man was banned from a quarry site after alledgedly threatening staff with a rifle. Wow.
"07.10.2016 16:28:16" romfordrecorder.co.uk Elderly couple left distressed after rogue tree specialists steal bank card An elderly couple has been left distressed after a rogue company forced them to pay nearly £3,000 and stole their bank card for trimming some bushes. Shocking.
"07.10.2016 11:09:25" romfordrecorder.co.uk Plans for Rainham Dovers Corner homes deferred – councillors warn it will set precedent for future developments Plans to build the first residential development in a borough's housing zone has been deferred last night as councillors warned the site will set precedent for all future housing proposals. “This is the first development in the housing zone and it is very important that we get it right. As a community we should have something that we are proud of and not just something that is acceptable.”
"07.10.2016 06:53:43" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hundreds of workers could face pay cuts in Havering A massive pay review affecting thousands of Havering Council workers and aimed at saving more than £500,000 is under way. Pay review may lead to massive wage cut affecting hundreds of council workers
"07.10.2016 06:50:20" Hello Havering, Ann-Marie reporting with your morning travel update: There is congestion in Harold Wood at the Ardleigh Green Road junction but a good service on all lines on the TfL tube and rail network. Got a story? Call the newsdesk on 02084773892.
"06.10.2016 16:06:49" romfordrecorder.co.uk Understaffed Hornchurch care home ordered to improve by inspectors The owners of a care home with “insufficient” numbers of experienced and qualified staff said they are committed to making changes ordered by inspectors. "They don't have time to talk to me."
"06.10.2016 11:10:18" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering Council could switch to solar energy with panels in Upminster and Harold Hill Havering could become the first London council to be powered by solar energy. What do you think?
"06.10.2016 09:48:42" romfordrecorder.co.uk HGV restriction to continue protecting Collier Row homes Home-makers can breathe a sigh of relief as councillors agreed to keep in place a temporary width restriction that prevents damage to properties caused by large vehicles. Restriction preventing HGV damage to homes to continue, for now.
"06.10.2016 06:21:11" romfordrecorder.co.uk Proposal announced to invest £63 million into primary schools to prepare for future increase of pupils A £63 million investment programme to accommodate thousands more pupils attending primary schools over the next five years could soon be given the green light. As many as 21 schools could benefit from the investment if it is approved by cabinet on Wednesday.
"05.10.2016 15:46:38" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford swimmer completes Herculean 69km Lake Geneva stretch after spending just under 33 hours in the water A 37-year-old dad has become only the fifth person to ever swim Lake Geneva after spending just under 33 hours in some of the most challenging conditions. For anyone who ran out of breath running for the bus this morning.
"05.10.2016 10:45:13" Photos from Romford Recorder's post Don't forget to get your copy of this week's Romford Recorder (out Friday) for your chance to win a family ticket to Colchester Zoo's Halloween event - Shriek Week!
"05.10.2016 10:26:59" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hornchurch school celebrates past 82 years as pupils and staff prepare for big move Pupils past and present went on a trip down memory lane as a primary school prepares to wave goodbye to a building which has stood for 82 years. The current school building has been there since 1934.
"05.10.2016 06:18:02" romfordrecorder.co.uk Parking wardens to be kitted out with body cameras in an attempt to end abuse Parking wardens will now be armed with body cameras as part of a new crackdown on abusive motorists. The borough's parking wardens are set to get a hi-tech upgrade.
"04.10.2016 16:36:46" romfordrecorder.co.uk Mum's horror as strangers crash son's secret Upminster house party and steal cash, jewellery and laptop It's every parents' worst nightmare to return from a dream holiday to find their home trashed in a wild teenage house party. This teenager's house party while his parents were on holiday went horribly wrong...
"04.10.2016 13:42:03" romfordrecorder.co.uk Review hopes to stop HGVs 'damaging' houses in Collier Row road A temporary width restriction preventing damage to homes caused by large vehicles is to be discussed at a council meeting tonight. Share your views: Should the temporary restriction remain?
"04.10.2016 12:49:32" romfordrecorder.co.uk Conductor 'still buzzing' after surprise Hornchurch concert dedicated to him Singers from the past four decades were part of a surprise concert arranged to pay thanks to a long-serving conductor. Singers from as far back as the late 70s made an appearance.
"04.10.2016 10:12:14" romfordrecorder.co.uk Make-up mirror caused flat-fire above Collier Row pub Scores of people were evacuated from a pub after 21 firefighters tackled a first floor blaze. 50 people were evacuated from the pub yesterday.
"04.10.2016 08:00:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Abandoned guinea pigs found in cat carrier in Harold Hill car park Three “very cold” guinea pigs were abandoned in a cat carrier in a car park and were rescued by dog walkers. A member of staff at the RSPCA described them as "very cold and scared".
"04.10.2016 06:18:47" Morning Havering,
Chloe here with this morning's news.
Traffic update: There is queuing traffic on the A127 into Harold Wood at the Ardleigh Green Road junction.
And congestion on the A13 into Dagenham from the Marsh Way junction to the Renwick Road
"04.10.2016 06:14:32" romfordrecorder.co.uk Gidea Park pub set to reopen after company invests half a million pounds A popular pub is set for a new lease of life as it prepares to open its doors again after a £510,000 transformation. The pub closed in late August but its re-opening will create 10 new jobs in the area.
"03.10.2016 15:42:16" romfordrecorder.co.uk Around 50 people evacuated from pub after firefighters tackle Collier Row blaze Scores of people were evacuated from a pub after 21 firefighters tackled a first floor blaze. No reports of any injuries.
"03.10.2016 10:52:11" romfordrecorder.co.uk Newtons Primary School, Rainham, calls for help to give garden facelift A primary school is appealing for volunteers and businesses to help it create a new garden in the playground. Can you help them?
"03.10.2016 06:17:04" romfordrecorder.co.uk Watchdog eases fears of gas explosion at planned Rainham Dovers Corner development A national watchdog for work-related health and safety has withdrawn its objection to building 396 homes because of fears of a gas explosion. 'Now this perceived safety concern has been addressed, we look forward to progressing with this application'
"30.09.2016 16:23:48" romfordrecorder.co.uk BBC presenter Jeremy Vine writes emotional letter to assault victim in shocking video BBC broadcaster Jeremy Vine wrote an emotional letter to the victim of a viral assault video revealing his own experiences with bullies. “Having moved my head within range he punched me as hard as you got punched. I had never been hit before. The shock was unbelievable ― violence does that. I went down immediately just like you.”
"30.09.2016 15:03:58" romfordrecorder.co.uk War veteran hoping to help past and present armed force personnel 'deal with their demons' A breakfast club for veterans is holding its first ever gathering to give the chance for military members to get together and share their experiences. George Woodward has set up The Romford Veterans Breakfast Club after hearing about positive experiences at other clubs.
"30.09.2016 11:56:51" romfordrecorder.co.uk Boy, 12, hailed hero after saving stepdad from blazing Harold Hill house A 12-year-old boy has been hailed a hero after saving his stepdad from a fire which engulfed the family home. Heroic Taylor, 12, is to receive an award for his bravery.
"30.09.2016 08:12:34" romfordrecorder.co.uk Watchdog opens investigation over 'shocking' energy bills at Orchard Village, Rainham An investigation has been launched into energy costs at an affordable housing estate after residents received “extortionate” bills. One homeowner paid more than £1,000 for hot water and heating, when bills should have amounted to just £334.
"29.09.2016 16:48:34" romfordrecorder.co.uk Victory for residents as public inquiry dismisses plans to dump waste on Ingrebourne Hill “This will send a strong message our green belt is not for sale,” a councillor has said after finding out a public inquiry dismissed today an appeal to dump inert waste on green belt land. Great news!
"29.09.2016 14:45:18" romfordrecorder.co.uk On your marks, get set, bake! Great British Bake Off Showstopper is icing on the cake Move over Mary and Paul, it's time for the Great Havering Bake-Off! If you want a slice of our Havering cake, visit The Little Cake Factory in Collier Row!
"29.09.2016 14:02:34" romfordrecorder.co.uk Supermarket giant Lidl submits plans for new store on former Mecca Bingo site, Hornchurch Supermarket chain Lidl has submitted a planning application to build a new store on the site of a historic cinema and former bingo hall. The consultation period ends on October 14.
"29.09.2016 10:30:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Thousands raised for anti-bullying charity after shocking video of assault in Romford park goes viral Thousands of pounds have been raised for an anti-bullying charity after a video showing a violent assault on a 15-year-old boy in a park went viral. The fundraising page was initially set-up to help the victim buy a new phone after his was stolen.
"29.09.2016 09:56:51" Recorder/Post Press Gang Hi boys and girls (and parents) - welcome to our Recorder/Post Press Gang page with birthday mentions, competitions and much more. Have fun! Maxine x Read this week's Press Gang page in the Romford Recorder (out tomorrow) to enter the weekly competition, have the chance to be star of the week and see your birthday mention from Scoopy. For more information email email@example.com
"29.09.2016 08:57:32" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'Traumatised' woman striving for justice after moped hit-and-run in Rainham A hit-and-run victim has criticised the police over their handling of an investigation which has left her “life on standby”. She was left unconscious for 45 minutes after ignoring the advances of two men on a moped.
"29.09.2016 07:29:33" romfordrecorder.co.uk Police to arm Havering residents with their own speed guns to catch offending drivers Speeding drivers could soon be caught out by their neighbours, family or friends laying in wait with hand-held speed guns. 'The idea is to make drivers aware of the implications speeding can have, rather than just penalising them with points on their licence.'
"28.09.2016 15:39:53" romfordrecorder.co.uk Two teenagers arrested over assault in Romford park as shocking video goes viral Two teenagers have been arrested after a 15-year-old boy was assaulted in a park in July. The video has been widely shared since Monday evening.
"28.09.2016 14:39:11" romfordrecorder.co.uk Small retail businesses wanted at Romford's new co-working space A co-working space is looking to give small retail businesses a boost by providing them with a space to display their goods. It looks great!
"28.09.2016 12:01:41" Timeline Photos For your chance to win a Halloween day out at Gulliver's Land in Milton Keynes, don't forget to buy your copy of this week's Romford Recorder (out Friday). Good luck!
"28.09.2016 07:47:14" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford MP claims EU officials are 'living in a different world' amid calls for 'firm' Brexit negotiations Three months on from the UK voting to leave the EU, Romford's MP Andrew Rosindell has reiterated calls for a swift and clear exit. 'The exit from the EU does not need to be complicated'
"27.09.2016 16:52:18" romfordrecorder.co.uk Poll: Have you ever used a mobile phone behind the wheel? Police figures show the number of drivers who use mobile phones behind the wheel is on the rise. It's a bad habit that can be fatal, but lots of people do it... do you?
"27.09.2016 15:32:16" romfordrecorder.co.uk Blaze destroys '90 per cent' of grassland in Harold Hill park A park which residents have worked hard to improve has had large swathes of grassland ruined after a blaze ripped through it. "The road was extremely foggy and ash was everywhere, it was like a volcanic eruption!”
"27.09.2016 12:32:54" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering college pupils assaulted in 'unprovoked' attack at bus stop A teenage boy could require specialist facial treatment after he and his brother were beaten up at a bus stop. “They were both so upset but they weren't angry at all - they just wanted to know why it happened.”
"27.09.2016 11:47:31" romfordrecorder.co.uk Drunk Mercedes driver who crashed his car in Harold Hill told police he 'had a gun in his car' A drunk driver has spoken of his “regret” after he kicked police officers and made threatening remarks. He made the remark after kicking two police officers who tried to arrest him.
"27.09.2016 08:13:17" romfordrecorder.co.uk Delays on Shenfield to Liverpool Street services after lorry hits railways bridge at Romford Trains are being delayed between Shenfield and Liverpool Street after a lorry struck a railway bridge near Romford station. This comes after trains were delayed last night after a person was hit by a train at Goodmayes station.
"27.09.2016 06:12:42" romfordrecorder.co.uk Nelft staff failed to protect patients at risk of suicide, CQC report finds Vulnerable patients at risk of hanging themselves were not kept safe by the borough's mental health trust, an inspection has found. Some pretty shocking news to wake up to this morning.
"26.09.2016 17:28:11" ilfordrecorder.co.uk Trains disrupted between Liverpool Street and Shenfield after 'person on track' at Goodmayes station Trains between Liverpool Street and Shenfield are being cancelled after an incident at Goodmayes station. Beware if you are going home that way.
"26.09.2016 16:30:13" romfordrecorder.co.uk Married couple convicted after teaming up to carry out 38 late night burglaries in Upminster and Hornchurch A 95-year-old resident was just one of 38 victims who had property stolen by a husband and wife who targeted elderly peoples' homes. The married couple carried out the burglaries in just a five-week period.
"26.09.2016 16:04:12" romfordrecorder.co.uk X Factor's Mike Hough from Hornchurch does not make it through six chair challenge X Factor contestant Mike Hough vows that it is not the end of his career after he was kicked out of the competition at the weekend. 'I pray you will continue to support and believe, I'm so grateful'.
"26.09.2016 14:45:28" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering College explores merger options with Barking and Dagenham College Havering College is exploring options to merge with Barking and Dagenham college. “The reviews are intended to create 'more resilient and efficient' colleges, which can effectively respond to the needs of learners and employers across the region."
"26.09.2016 09:36:10" romfordrecorder.co.uk Trial date set for teenager accused of murdering Romford bouncer Ricky Hayden A teenager has appeared in court over the death of bouncer Ricky Hayden, who was attacked and killed outside his home. The accused spoke only to confirm his name at the Old Bailey this morning.
"26.09.2016 07:31:08" romfordrecorder.co.uk Mum wins payout for 'damp' flat but Havering Council deny liability A family has ended an eight-year “nightmare” housing saga with the council after receiving a five-figure sum from insurers. Eight-year nightmare ends in victory for mum
"26.09.2016 07:27:41" Good morning Havering, Ann-Marie reporting for duty with your travel update, there is slow traffic in Rainham between the Ferry Lane interchange and the Renwick Road junction. Got a story? Call the newsdesk on 02084773892 or email
"23.09.2016 15:49:28" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hotspots for parking fines revealed as Havering Council hands out 40,000 fines within 12 months Parking fines handed out to drivers in the borough have more than doubled in the space of five years. The council collected £1.9m in fines during 2015/16
"23.09.2016 10:35:32" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering Council to argue for 'bigger share of the cake' as it faces government funding cuts The leader of Havering Council is continuing to take the fight to the government over fairer funding, saying reduced grants have seen the authority “starved of money”. “All is not doom and gloom for residents, as we are not expecting any exceptional increase in council tax or any significant worsening of frontline services up until 2018."
"23.09.2016 09:36:41" romfordrecorder.co.uk Firefighters called to former Harold Hill pub twice in one night Firefighters were called to a derelict pub on two separate occassions last night to find different areas of the building's first floor on fire. An unusual night for the borough's firefighters.
"23.09.2016 06:38:44" romfordrecorder.co.uk Majority of police calls linked to mental health crisis, reveals Havering Police Sgt Police are facing growing pressure to respond to people in mental health crisis. Chloe Farand �finds out more. Should police know more about mental health? bit.ly/2deiTLj
"22.09.2016 15:37:43" romfordrecorder.co.uk Former resident at Hornchurch children's home warns of 'scandal' of legal aid delays in sex abuse probe A man giving evidence in a public inquiry into historical child sexual abuse says the delays in legal aid funding for victims is “a scandal”. “The government has asked us to come forward to take part in the inquiry. We are talking about thousands of victims whose voices could be brushed under the carpet.”
"22.09.2016 13:40:37" romfordrecorder.co.uk Cheers to that! Upminster micropub makes it into the Good Beer Guide The owners of the borough's first micropub will be raising a glass after finding out their beloved drinking den has earned a prestigious accolade in its very first year. Congrats to the Upminster TapRoom, who found out this week that they are to be included in CAMRA's Good Beer Guide 2017.
"21.09.2016 11:34:40" romfordrecorder.co.uk Third teenager arrested on suspicion of murder outside Romford doorman's home Detectives have arrested a third man as an investigation into Ricky Hayden's murder continues after he died fighting off a gang of thieves armed with machetes outside his home. The 19-year-old remains in custody at an east London police station.
"21.09.2016 08:36:01" romfordrecorder.co.uk Have your say on how £2m funding can shape the future of Romford Market Traders and shoppers have the chance to have their say on how Romford's historic market is restored to its former glory. What would you like to see?
"21.09.2016 06:13:23" romfordrecorder.co.uk Cabinet member for children defends Havering schools as 'outstanding' Schools in the borough are achieving “outstanding” results, Havering's cabinet member for children has said. “People from outside the borough queue up to come into our schools. We are at the top for pretty much all assessments in the country."
"20.09.2016 13:52:01" romfordrecorder.co.uk Woman suffers broken shoulder in suspected robbery in Hornchurch Police are looking for a man in his mid 20s after an elderly woman was left needing hospital treatment for a broken shoulder following a suspected robbery. Update on yesterday's robbery in Ardleigh Green Road. Victim in her 60s suffered a broken shoulder and fingers. Police are looking for a white male in his mid 20s seen wearing a burgundy top in connection with the incident.
"20.09.2016 13:06:13" romfordrecorder.co.uk RCWA wrestling stars smackdown Rainham audience with mischief and mayhem Heroes were applauded and baddies booed as wrestlemania smackedown in Rainham on Sunday giving the world of WWE a run for its money. RCWA Wrestling stars prove a big hit with family fun
"20.09.2016 07:09:14" romfordrecorder.co.uk Rainham bus drivers may need to take residents parking spots after being told they 'can't park' at depot Warnings have been raised by bus drivers about a possible parking furore as “limited parking” at a Stagecoach bus depot is set to start. Will you be affected?
"20.09.2016 06:51:17" Good morning Havering, Ann-Marie reporting for duty with your travel update - there is congestion in Harold Wood at the Ardleigh Green Road junction. Got a story? Call the newsdesk on 02084773892 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a good day!
"19.09.2016 17:58:20" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hornchurch X Factor contestant 'humbled' by local support A singer who wowed Simon Cowell and his fellow judges on the X Factor has been thanking local people for their support. X Factor contestant, Mike Hough, says he has been 'humbled' by the support he has received since impressing the judges during his audition.
"19.09.2016 16:19:53" romfordrecorder.co.uk Woman taken to hospital following suspected robbery in Hornchurch A woman in her early 60s was been taken to a hospital in north east London this morning following reports of a robbery in Ardleigh Green Road, Hornchurch. Woman in her 60s has been taken to hospital following suspected robbery in Hornchurch.
"19.09.2016 14:50:57" romfordrecorder.co.uk Thousands raised at Romford club night in memory of Chadwell Heath stab victim Grieving friends and colleagues have raised £7,500 in memory of a doorman who was stabbed to death outside his home. Ricky's dad Paul, who had been in hospital since the attack, joined well-wishers at Kosho Club last night.
"19.09.2016 12:46:57" romfordrecorder.co.uk Rainham shopkeeper hit with £5,000 fine after staff member knowingly sold alcohol to 15-year-old girl A shopkeeper has been fined £5,000 and had his licence revoked after staff “persistently” sold alcohol to under age customers. Employee tells 15-year-old girl he would sell her the bottle of alcohol "this one time".
"19.09.2016 09:14:13" romfordrecorder.co.uk Police appeal to trace moped after Romford doorman death Detectives are asking for help in tracing a moped from a double stabbing that left a 27-year-old man dead. Ricky's mother Suzan has urged anyone with information to come forward.
"19.09.2016 09:12:30" romfordrecorder.co.uk Police appeal to trace moped after Romford doorman death Detectives are asking for help in tracing a moped from a double stabbing that left a 27-year-old man dead. Can you help?
"18.09.2016 12:58:30" www.romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Hill Elvis impersonator prepares to take centre stage in Europe's biggest competition An Elvis impersonator is looking to shake up the crowds when he gets on stage at Europe's most coveted competition. “I think it's the love of Elvis more than anything that gets me up on that stage and being in his shoes for a little while.”
"16.09.2016 15:52:40" romfordrecorder.co.uk Watch the video of the 'big fat rat' infestation in Hornchurch A mother of two has spoken of her disgust after filming “big fat” rats in her flat after a vermin infestation erupted in the high street. “My sons are now scared because they heard something in the corner of their room. I just don't know where they are – they could be in the toy box or under the bed.”
"16.09.2016 11:58:24" romfordrecorder.co.uk Patients praised for work at Maylands health centre, Hornchurch, after June flooding Patients praised for work at Maylands health centre, Hornchurch, after June flooding 12:30 16 September 2016 Chloe Farand RRC wk38 2016 Maylands Healthcare June flooding (2) Patients at a surgery that flooded in June have been praised with an award for The group of patients has been working at the surgery every day over the summer.
"16.09.2016 09:42:46" romfordrecorder.co.uk Plans to build 396 homes at Dovers Corner, Rainham, to be decided on next month A decision to build nearly 400 homes on a flood plain is expected early next month. One to watch.
"16.09.2016 06:23:25" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering's first dangerous school run driving clampdown begins Havering's first dangerous school run driving clampdown begins 07:00 16 September 2016 Ryan Tute Broadford parking The results of a consultation on a first-of-its-kind strategy to tackle dangerous driving around schools have been revealed. Share Comment Under Havering Council's new plans to tackle dangerous driving on the school run, reckless parents could be handed fines of up to £100.
"15.09.2016 13:52:26" romfordrecorder.co.uk Head of Romford Queen's Hospital joins Standard's list of top 1,000 influential Londoners Head of Romford Queen's Hospital joins Standard's list of top 1,000 influential Londoners 14:13 15 September 2016 Chloe Farand RRC wk 37 Matthew Hopkins September 2016 The head of Queen's Hospital has been listed as one of the top 1,000 influential Astronaut Tim Peake, TV presenter and scientist Brian Cox and Nazneen Rahman, one of the UK's leading cancer researchers, also appear on the list.
"15.09.2016 09:11:40" romfordrecorder.co.uk Family and friends hold candlelight vigil for Romford doorman who was killed outside his home Family and friends hold candlelight vigil for Romford doorman who was killed outside his home 09:39 15 September 2016 Ryan Tute Ricky Hayden vigil Hundreds of family and friends gathered for a candlelit vigil to remember doorman Ricky Hayden who died in a Moving tribute by family and friends for Romford doorman who tragically died on Tuesday.
"14.09.2016 16:33:02" romfordrecorder.co.uk Police, ambulance and fire crews called to Upminster street after reports of 'hazardous materials' found The road has been cordoned off.
"14.09.2016 14:16:27" Good afternoon Havering. Here at the Recorder we're putting together a piece about the impact of the new one-hour "bus hopper" fares in the borough. So if you're one of the thousands that use Havering's buses every day and are suddenly benefitting from
"14.09.2016 14:02:43" romfordrecorder.co.uk 45-year-old son breaches order which bans him from coming within 100m of parents' home 45-year-old son breaches order which bans him from coming within 100m of parents' home 14:11 14 September 2016 Ryan Tute Barkingside Magistrates A 45-year-old son received a community order after “banging” on the doors of his parents' home in the early The order was placed on the son by his dad.
"14.09.2016 11:42:24" Photos from Romford Recorder's post Don't forget to get your copy of this week's Romford Recorder (out Friday) for your chance to win a return ferry trip from Dover to Calais for a car and up to nine passengers with P&O Ferries!
"14.09.2016 10:25:34" romfordrecorder.co.uk Tributes pour in for Romford doorman and council worker who was tragically stabbed to death Tributes pour in for Romford doorman and council worker who was tragically stabbed to death 11:13 14 September 2016 Ryan Tute BDP wk 38 Murder house 0003 Friends have paid tribute to a “caring and kind hearted” doorman who died in a double stabbing "He was always flashing a smile or a laugh, I didn't know anyone who had a bad word to say about him".
"14.09.2016 08:50:53" romfordrecorder.co.uk Murder investigation launched as Romford doorman dies in double stabbing outside his home Murder investigation launched as Romford doorman dies in double stabbing outside his home 09:33 14 September 2016 Ryan Tute Police main A murder investigation has been launched after a Romford doorman was stabbed to death outside his home. Share Comment Very sad news.
"14.09.2016 07:10:58" romfordrecorder.co.uk Severe delays on M25 at junction 29 towards Romford after accident There are severe delays on the M25 at junction 29 with the A127 towards Romford after an accident this morning. No injuries are reported.
"14.09.2016 06:20:23" Morning Havering!
Chloe here with this morning's news.
Traffic update: There is queuing traffic on the A127 into Harold Wood at the Ardleigh Green Road junction.
There is also congestion on the A13 into Dagenham from the Marsh Way junction to the
"14.09.2016 06:16:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Proposal to build primary school on Rainham and Beam Park development to be submitted Proposal to build primary school on Rainham and Beam Park development to be submitted 07:00 14 September 2016 Hayley Anderson Beam Park A proposal to build a primary school hoped to become the “heart of the community” as part of a new development, will be “The school will have to be the heart of the community and become an important part of the new site rather than just a building solely for education.”
"13.09.2016 15:45:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Vandals smash nine windows at Harold Wood Long Term Conditions Centre Vandals smashed nine windows at a health centre for amputee patients, leaving staff and patients “devastated”. Many patients at the centre are veterans and amputees.
"13.09.2016 14:42:34" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hottest September day on record as temperatures soar to 31C in Havering Hottest September day on record as temperatures soar to 31C in Havering 15:31 13 September 2016 Ryan Tute Summer day PA People across the country have enjoyed the hottest September day on record with temperatures in Havering soaring to a scorching 31C. Send us your snaps enjoying the September sun.
"13.09.2016 14:36:18" romfordrecorder.co.uk Friends hold rugby tournament in memory of 'exceptional' teenager who died during school trip The day is going to become an annual event, with teams competing for the Paddy Dear Memorial Trophy.
"13.09.2016 12:45:18" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hornchurch man sentenced over plan to steal gold bullion worth £88,000 Hornchurch man sentenced over plan to steal gold bullion worth £88,000 10:17 13 September 2016 Ellena Cruse rrc wk37 daniel william rabbitte A man from Hornchurch has been sentenced for his part in a plan to steal gold from a bullion trading company. The defendants stole, or attempted to steal, six packages with an estimated value of over £88,000.
"13.09.2016 12:19:42" romfordrecorder.co.uk Small changes to constituency boundaries in Havering under new proposals Small changes to constituency boundaries in Havering under new proposals 12:21 13 September 2016 Ryan Tute Andrew Rosindell Voters in the borough will be largely unaffected by parliamentary constituency shake-up proposals announced today. Share Comment Will you be affected?
"13.09.2016 06:33:10" romfordrecorder.co.uk Dishonest Collier Row voluntary worker sentenced for selling written off vehicle to unsuspecting buyer Dishonest Collier Row voluntary worker sentenced for selling written off vehicle to unsuspecting buyer 07:00 13 September 2016 Ryan Tute Barkingside Magistrates An aspiring lawyer has had his career brought to a “devastating end” after pleading guilty to The buyer only discovered he had bought a written off car when he went for his MOT
"12.09.2016 17:20:12" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering schools 'have worst Ofsted ratings in London' Havering schools 'have worst Ofsted ratings in London' 18:05 12 September 2016 Niall Joyce Watchsted ranks local authorities by Ofsted rankings. Picture: PA Havering schools are the worst performing in London, and one of the worst nationwide, according to "Education isn't about stats, it's about human beings. You can't assess quality."
"12.09.2016 16:50:47" romfordrecorder.co.uk Two women cut from vehicles after road accident in Hornchurch Two women cut from vehicles after road accident in Hornchurch 17:40 12 September 2016 Matthew Clemenson fire engine~1 Two women were cut from their cars after a head-on collision in Hornchurch earlier this afternoon. Share Comment Email this article to a Two women were cut from their cars by firefighters and taken to hospital following a crash in Hornchurch this afternoon.
"12.09.2016 14:10:07" romfordrecorder.co.uk Defiant campaigners carry on the fight to save Hornchurch's Towers Cinema Defiant campaigners carry on the fight to save Hornchurch's Towers Cinema 09:16 12 September 2016 Ryan Tute 14264813_942739005854802_5503750072411315182_n Campaigners lined the high street in a last ditch bid to save one of London's last remaining art The fight goes on.
"09.09.2016 16:55:30" romfordrecorder.co.uk Collier Row man charged along with Metropolitan Police employee with conspiracy to defraud and money laundering A fraud investigation carried out by officers has led to a Metropolitan Police employee and two other men being charged with conspiracy to defraud and money laundering. Both men will appear in court next month.
"09.09.2016 16:22:51" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford Leisure Centre's progress 'going well' as structure begins to form The latest pictures of the town's multi-million project show the leisure centre structure starting to take shape. The latest snap showing the progress of Romford Leisure Centre.
"09.09.2016 15:45:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Parking woes prompt tensions at Rainham's Passive Close eco estate Dire lack of parking at an isolated estate is fuelling “violent” tensions between residents, a ward panel chairman has warned. "The parking situation is creating tensions between neighbours that sometimes escalates into physical violence”.
"09.09.2016 13:44:24" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'Investigation' and not demolition work being carried out on Hornchurch's Towers Cinema Demolition work to tear down one of London's last remaining art deco cinemas has yet to begin despite cranes tearing into parts of the building. Update: Demolition work has apparently not started on the Towers yet.
"09.09.2016 12:34:28" romfordrecorder.co.uk Travellers 'cause havoc' after setting up camp in Rush Green Travellers have set up camp on an open green space at the back of a residential street and have “turned the area into a war zone”. About a dozen caravans pulled up on Tuesday.
"09.09.2016 11:03:13" romfordrecorder.co.uk Traffic diverted from Rush Green Road after an accident this morning Rush Green Road is closed at the junction with Wood Lane because of an earlier accident. Two people are reported to be injured.
"09.09.2016 09:40:05" romfordrecorder.co.uk West End star Marti Webb looking forward to first concert at Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch Renowned West End star Marti Webb said she is looking forward “immensely” to her first performance at the Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch. Andrew Lloyd Webber actually wrote one of his shows specially for her.
"09.09.2016 09:04:30" romfordrecorder.co.uk Commuters could face more delays as adjoining road to the A127 set to close Drivers using the A127 are set for further disruption as major work to replace Ardleigh Green Bridge continues. Possibly more disruption for A127 drivers from Monday.
"09.09.2016 08:12:01" romfordrecorder.co.uk Police search for Romford 17-year-old missing since July Police are appealing for help to find a 17-year-old boy, who was last seen nearly two months ago. Can you help?
"08.09.2016 16:26:05" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'Bogus workmen' preying on vulnerable and elderly people in the borough Police have issued a warning after being made aware of “bogus workmen” trying to take advantage of vulnerable and elderly people in the borough. Keep an eye out.
"08.09.2016 15:13:10" romfordrecorder.co.uk Australia traveller searches for Romford van-mate A passionate traveller has started a search to find a man called Brett who accompanied her in Australia's outback nearly 12 years ago. “We got to know him really well and all got on. He was so kind to change his trip and help us with the van, I feel really bad not to have got in touch with him again." Can you help?
"08.09.2016 12:58:02" romfordrecorder.co.uk Driver responsible for man's death after Romford collision sentenced at the Old Bailey The driver responsible for the death of a pedestrian he hit with his car at a busy mini-roundabout was sentenced earlier today. Daniel Hancock died of head injuries the day after he was hit by a car at a mini-roundabout in Romford.
Today the driver, who pleaded guilty to causing death by careless driving, was sentenced.
"08.09.2016 10:47:07" romfordrecorder.co.uk Former rugby star Matt Dawson opens Queen's Hospital's new food court A former professional rugby player and television star stopped off for a snack in Romford this week. Rugby star Matt Dawson brought a bit of glamour to Queen's Hospital yesterday when he officially opened its impressive new food court.
"08.09.2016 09:23:19" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'It's all about give and take,' reveal Noak Hill couple celebrating 65 years of marriage A couple marking 65 years of wedded bliss, who first met as children on the streets of East Ham, have shared their secret to a long and happy marriage. Happy 65th anniversary to Peter and Edna from Noak Hill, who shared their tips for a long and happy marriage with us this week.
"07.09.2016 16:45:02" romfordrecorder.co.uk Daughter slams Queen's Hospital response after patient was stuck in a lift for 'more than an hour' A daughter who visited their mum in hospital has recalled the 'chaos' which ensued after a patient was stranded in a lift. "The whole event was sheer chaos".
"07.09.2016 11:17:56" romfordrecorder.co.uk Plans submitted to demolish historic Romford social club amid claims it has a 'serious adverse impact' on neighbours' lives A social club which has played host to numerous comedy and entertainment shows across the years faces an uncertain future. The loss of a historic social club in Romford would 'better the lives of neighbours' according to planning applicants.
"07.09.2016 07:19:32" romfordrecorder.co.uk Ferrari burnt out after 'possible arson attack' in Emerson Park A Ferrari parked on a drive was left “burnt out” after a suspected arson attack in the early hours of the morning. Firefighters were called to reports of a Ferrari on fire in Emerson Park in the early hours of this morning.
"07.09.2016 06:18:55" romfordrecorder.co.uk Surge in mental health problems among teenage girls linked to cyberbullying and social media A surge in the number of teenage girls suffering from anxiety or depression has been linked to cyberbullying and social media by a mental health expert. A recent Department of Education study found that teenage girls are more than twice as likely to suffer from mental health issues than boys.
We spoke to Havering Mind about why that might be the case.
"06.09.2016 16:58:18" romfordrecorder.co.uk Phone app Silent Secret tackles cyber-bullying with launch of 'safe platform' in Havering An application designed to help teenagers express themselves without the fear of being bullied online has launched in the borough. The application is completely anonymous and enables youngsters between 11 and 19-years-old to express themselves safely.
"06.09.2016 15:58:03" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford greyhound re-homing volunteer urges protestors to visit kennels amid claims of cruelty A greyhound re-homing volunteer has urged protestors to see the work they do after claims dogs are treated badly in kennels. “I believe the people who protest and claim the dogs are treated badly have a misconception about the industry."
"06.09.2016 06:13:15" romfordrecorder.co.uk Developers aim proposal for 150 new homes in Romford at first time buyers A development company is aiming a proposal to build 150 new homes on unused land at young people, first time buyers and families wishing to downsize in the area. "These homes will serve young people, first time buyers or families downsizing."
"05.09.2016 11:30:03" romfordrecorder.co.uk Campaigners plan protest in last bid to save Hornchurch's Towers Cinema Campaigners battling to save one of the last art deco cinemas in London have not yet said their last word. “We want to show them how much people love the building and I am sure they could work around preserving the front of it."
"05.09.2016 10:13:27" romfordrecorder.co.uk Passengers praise 'first class' Greater Anglia staff after person hit by train near Romford Passengers have praised Abellio Greater Anglia staff as “very supportive” after a person was hit by a train near Romford. "The driver has been fantastic. Lots of information and very supportive."
"05.09.2016 09:04:16" romfordrecorder.co.uk Creative minds secure £24,000 funding for Romford project which hopes to inspire next generation The second phase of a project which aims to overhaul the town's art scene is set to start after an art collective managed to raise more than £24,000. Send your work to the group for a chance to be part of the next Colour in Romford project.
"05.09.2016 06:27:40" romfordrecorder.co.uk Gas explosion risk at planned Rainham Dovers Corner development 'could kill people', councillor warns There are fears a fatal explosion could be caused if plans to build nearly 400 homes on an industrial estate with gas pipes underneath go ahead. It could cause a fatal explosion if 400 homes are built on an industrial estate.
"02.09.2016 16:50:50" romfordrecorder.co.uk North Wales resident starts petition to save Hornchurch's Towers cinema The campaign to save one of the last art deco cinemas in London – which is set for demolition – has gathered support as far as North Wales. “I know it's late in the day but I thought it was worth trying. Because once the building is demolished, it's done – we will never replace it."
"02.09.2016 15:05:47" romfordrecorder.co.uk Housing association Circle Housing starts talks to build at least 500 homes in New Road, Rainham A housing association has confirmed having started discussions with Havering Council to build at least 500 new homes in the south of the borough. Circle Housing is looking to build more than 500 homes on the site to provide additional affordable homes.
"02.09.2016 11:51:03" romfordrecorder.co.uk Councillors admit 'hands are tied' when deciding on demolition of Hornchurch's Towers Cinema As campaigners are left reeling from the news Hornchurch's historic Towers Cinema building could be demolished within weeks, councillors on the panel which approved the plan tell Chloe Farand why they could not oppose it. “When you sit on planning, you cannot exercise your conscience."
"02.09.2016 10:12:56" romfordrecorder.co.uk Danielle Lloyd and Made in Chelsea's Louise Thompson at opening of Hornchurch make up shop The drinks were flowing at the star studded opening of a make up shop in Hornchurch. Celebs walked down a red carpet in Hornchurch last night for the opening of a new make-up studio.
"02.09.2016 09:13:16" Timeline Photos Have you picked up your copy of this week's Recorder?
It's packed with news, entertainment and sport.
"02.09.2016 06:20:42" romfordrecorder.co.uk Fly-tip clean up in Upminster road costs £30,000 The cost to taxpayers of removing rubbish dumped at a notorious fly-tip hot spot has reached an estimated £30,000 within a few weeks. It is estimated that repeated incidents of fly-tipping in Little Gerpins Lane over the past few weeks have cost tax-payers £30,000.
"01.09.2016 15:18:06" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering Council redevelopment plans uturn on older people's accommodation unit Elderly residents of a sheltered accommodation unit have succeeded in forcing the council to make a u-turn on plans to demolish their home. Residents are 'over the moon' at Havering Council U-turn
"01.09.2016 10:49:11" romfordrecorder.co.uk Police attend altercation in Rainham after shocked onlookers see 'machete-wielding man' chasing another An investigation has been launched by police after reports of a fight breaking out between males thought to have a machete and baseball bat. Police were busy in Rainham yesterday.
"01.09.2016 10:20:04" romfordrecorder.co.uk Daughter full of praise for Queen's Hospital staff who kept her dad alive during 11-day stay A daughter has thanked staff for the “first class treatment” her 85-year-old dad received during a 11-day stay in hospital. The daughter was worried her dad wasn't going to make it.
"01.09.2016 06:29:55" romfordrecorder.co.uk Blindness charity's anniversary event to be held in Collier Row A woman who lost her sight at the age of 17 has organised a fundraiser to mark the 40th anniversary of a charity which supports blind people. Mum who lost her sight at 17 is hosting an event to celebrate 40 years of a charity which helps blind people.
"31.08.2016 14:10:15" romfordrecorder.co.uk Police swoop to make arrests after Cannabis factory discovered in Rainham Three men are in police custody after officers seized Class A and Class B drugs along with a large amount of cash. Police seized Class A and B drugs along with large amounts of cash too.
"31.08.2016 13:49:45" romfordrecorder.co.uk Review: Made in Dagenham – the Musical at the Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch An industrial dispute doesn't sound like a great premise for a musical, but the story of the 1968 Ford machinists strike is bursting with drama, excitement, romance and plenty of laughs. To cut to the chase, it's really good.
"31.08.2016 13:03:19" romfordrecorder.co.uk Miss Romford 'proud' to represent the town after being crowned the capital's winner Miss Romford says she is “overwhelmed” to add the title of Miss London City 2016 after being crowned the winner of the capital's top beauty pageant. Say hello to the newly-crowned Miss London City 2016.
"31.08.2016 12:31:36" romfordrecorder.co.uk Upminster pub Jobbers Rest to close down at the weekend The very last pint will soon be pulled at a “community pub” after 30 years of serving its punters. 'This place is at the heart of the community'.
"31.08.2016 09:50:10" romfordrecorder.co.uk Nurse's actions 'wholly unacceptable' after holding up soiled bed sheets to patient's face A registered nurse has been charged with serious misconduct after a panel of medical experts ruled she had “abused a vulnerable resident”. A nurse who worked in Hornchurch "put residents at unwarranted risk of harm".
"30.08.2016 16:00:08" romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Hill cricket green vandalised with 'black liquid' A cricket ground appears to have been vandalised after club members found the pitch covered in a black substance. "Whether it's kids mucking about or something more serious we are not sure"
"30.08.2016 14:23:15" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford singleton wines and dines woman on hit Channel 4 show First Dates Millions tuning into the popular Channel 4 dating show last night would have seen a new round of singletons entering a swanky London restaurant hoping to be lucky in love. Did you see Oliver on First Dates last night?
"30.08.2016 14:00:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'About 100 tonnes' of rubbish blocks road in Little Gerpins Lane, Upminster, after more dumped over weekend Nearly “100 tonnes” of rubbish blocks a countryside lane after more rubbish was dumped at a notorious fly-tip hot spot over the weekend. The second fly-tip was dumped as the first one had not yet been removed.
"30.08.2016 12:15:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Wildlife-lover 'distressed' after dog killed swan at Hornchurch Country Park A wildlife-lover said being “distressed” after recovering the dead body of a swan that was attacked by a dog. Really sad. “This is a growing trend and it is something that could happen to children."
"30.08.2016 10:51:51" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford arts shop marks 25th anniversary with fun day The deputy Mayor joined hundreds of adults and children for a fun filled day of face painting, crafts and cupcakes in the sunshine. We just want to say a big thank you to all our supporters and customers
"30.08.2016 10:27:52" romfordrecorder.co.uk Team GB Hornchurch swimmer Amy Marren is ready to 'get the job done' at Rio Paralympics A couple of days before getting on a plane to Rio for this year's Paralympic Games, Team GB swimmer Amy Marren is ready to “get the job done”. Watch our video with Amy Marren: “You have to keep yourself happy and do that one job to swim as fast as you can from one end of the pool to the other." Good luck Amy!
"30.08.2016 10:17:12" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford BHS store closes for good at the weekend Staff and customers bid a sad farewell to the BHS department store as it closed its doors at the weekend. 'Romford has been the jewel in the crown for me'.
"30.08.2016 06:16:27" Good morning Havering!
Chloe here with this morning's new.
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Have a lovely day.
"29.08.2016 20:34:58" romfordrecorder.co.uk The sun shines out on the second day of the Havering Show There was something for everyone on day two of this year's Havering Show, including mad scientists and soul legends of the 1970s. And so the Havering Show 2016 has come to the end. For a full report on the weekend's action pick up next week's paper, but until then, here's some of our photos and a couple of exclusive, behind-the-scenes video interviews with some of the acts that
"29.08.2016 14:59:14" Reporter Matt Clemenson talking to Noasis after their gig at the Havering Show
"29.08.2016 14:20:15" The crowd singing along to Noasis at the Havering Show
"29.08.2016 14:11:59" Noasis are up now! They get a warm welcome and the first track's a classic - Cigarettes and Alcohol.
"29.08.2016 12:49:20" Recorder reporter Chloé Farand is speaking to Skarlet after their amazing set at the Havering Show earlier today.
"29.08.2016 12:25:38" The sun has come out and it's getting busy at Havering Show.
"29.08.2016 12:14:33" Jocelyn Brown at the Havering Show singing Somebody Else's Guy Just in case you missed it - here is dancefloor favourite Jocelyn Brown singing the intro to Somebody Else's Guy
"29.08.2016 11:11:41" romfordrecorder.co.uk Soul star Jocelyn Brown's storming setlist rocks Havering Show crowds With a hit laden set list, there was no mountain high enough to keep veteran singer Jocelyn Brown from rocking the crowd at the Havering Show, yesterday. Read our backstage interview with dancefloor favourite Jocelyn Brown
"29.08.2016 10:52:23" We just caught up with Hornchurch swimmer Amy Marren this morning before she flies to Rio Paralympics on Thursday. She was sad to miss this year's Havering Show but here is her message to the people of Hornchurch.
Read the full interview in this week's
"29.08.2016 08:45:03" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering Show: Monday preview and who to watch out for today Day two of the Havering Show kicks off from 11am today at Harrow Lodge Park, Hornchurch, with a line-up featuring something for everyone. Here's what to watch out for today
"28.08.2016 16:54:50" Timeline Photos Reporters Hayley Anderson and Ann-Marie Abbasah with Paloma Faith's backing singers The Faithettes
"28.08.2016 16:39:12" Jocelyn Brown rocking the Havering Show stage
"28.08.2016 16:20:43" Timeline Photos Reporters Ann-Marie Abbasah and Hayley Anderson with Jocelyn Brown before she hits the Havering show stage
"28.08.2016 15:42:52" Reporters Hayley Anderson and Ann-Marie Abbasah rolling on a river to The Faithettes at the Havering Show
"28.08.2016 15:36:30" RCWA wrestling stars Kip Sabian and Kelly Sixx battling it out at the Havering Show
"28.08.2016 11:37:55" Timeline Photos Reporters Hayley Anderson and Ann-Marie Abbasah here at the Havering Show. Don't be shy, come and say hi!
"26.08.2016 15:02:17" romfordrecorder.co.uk Proposal for Premier Inn hotel in Romford's Market Place refused Plans for a new hotel in Romford town centre have been refused at a council meeting last night because of the proposed building's visual impact on the conservation area. The hotel would have created up to 35 new jobs.
"26.08.2016 13:03:25" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'Memory booth' to bring Hornchurch park's history to life A unique 'living museum' booth is coming to the one of the borough's parks giving people the chance to share their memories of the area. Find out about Hornchurch Country Park's 'memory booth' before it opens next Saturday
"26.08.2016 11:28:58" romfordrecorder.co.uk Campaign launches to open a John Lewis branch to replace BHS in The Liberty A campaign has been launched to replace BHS in The Liberty with a branch of John Lewis Would you like to see John Lewis replace BHS in The Liberty?
"26.08.2016 11:00:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Plans for 396 homes at Dovers Corner, Rainham, have been deferred Plans to build 396 homes on an industrial estate have been deferred at a council meeting last night. One to watch.
"26.08.2016 10:00:46" romfordrecorder.co.uk Your guide for Olympic sports clubs in Havering As Britain continues to bask in the glory of finishing second place in the Rio Olympics medal table we've created of a list of sports clubs in Havering for those that want to emulate this summer's sporting heroics. Have you been inspired by the Olympics to take up a new sport? Check out our guide to find a range of sports clubs in the borough.
"26.08.2016 09:59:25" romfordrecorder.co.uk Women still getting paid less for bringing home the bacon in Havering Research showing women earn 18 per cent less than men on average has been called a “stark inequality” by a Havering organisation. And if you have a baby your pay is 12 years behind men bit.ly/2bEOYL7
"26.08.2016 09:38:27" romfordrecorder.co.uk Rise Park man battles the waves to fight plastic pollutants Team GB did a sterling job on the water in Rio, but how many gold medallists could say they have the grit to row across an ocean while battling hurricanes, 50ft waves and near starvation? Charlie will be battling hurricanes, 50ft waves and blister on his bottom to row the Atlantic and raise awareness about plastic pollution bit.ly/2blppB8
"26.08.2016 09:00:24" Timeline Photos This week's front page: 'Bay Botch'. Pick up your Recorder today jam-packed with news, features and GCSE results.
"26.08.2016 08:03:16" romfordrecorder.co.uk Morrisons sells Rom Valley Way car park site to real estate company Supermarket chain Morrisons has confirmed that it has sold the car park site opposite Queen's Hospital to a global real estate company. The car park which Queen's Hospital patients used to park in has now been sold by Morrisons.
"25.08.2016 20:11:55" romfordrecorder.co.uk Plans to demolish former Mecca Bingo building in Hornchurch have been approved Plans to tear down a historic art deco building and much-loved former bingo hall have been approved by a council committee tonight. “I am gutted. All of Hornchurch was behind us to save the building but it was not enough."
"25.08.2016 17:09:57" romfordrecorder.co.uk Bulge classroom in Rainham school built without planning permission The council has been accused of double standards after it pushed ahead with extending a classroom without planning permission. Council accused of double standards as it pushes through classroom extension without planning permission
"25.08.2016 13:33:36" romfordrecorder.co.uk Brittons Academy students jump for joy on GCSE results day There was joy at Brittons Academy, Ford Lane, Rainham, as students received their results this morning. And Brittons Academy students were captured in a lovely mid-jump as they picked up their results.
"25.08.2016 13:30:25" romfordrecorder.co.uk Drapers Academy celebrate 'upwards trajectory' with GCSE results After weeks of waiting, pupils were able to collect their GCSE results today from Drapers Academy. Well done everyone at Drapers!
"25.08.2016 13:00:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Plans for 396 homes at Dovers Corner, Rainham, to be decided on tonight Plans to build 396 homes on an industrial estate are due to be considered by the council's committee tonight. This is what the new homes could look like.
"25.08.2016 12:39:56" romfordrecorder.co.uk Frances Bardsley Academy celebrates 'best GCSE results in five years' Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls is celebrating their best results in five years, including four girls who achieved 40 A*'s and 4 A's between them. Congratulations girls! Best GCSE results in five years.
"25.08.2016 12:15:16" romfordrecorder.co.uk Top marks for Redden Court School pupils with 'best ever' GCSE results The headteacher and students at Redden Court School are celebrating their “best ever” GCSE results this morning. Redden Court pupils will be delivering red apples to their teachers today.
"25.08.2016 12:03:34" romfordrecorder.co.uk St Edwards School in Romford 'very pleased' with GCSE results Students and staff have been celebrating at St Edwards School after they recorder a 15 per cent increase in A* to C grades. St Edwards celebrate a 15 per cent increase in A to C grades
"25.08.2016 11:54:35" romfordrecorder.co.uk Headteacher at Raphael School celebrates students success The headteacher of Raphael School is celebrating as his students achieved 100 per cent A* to C grades at GCSE, including English and maths. And Raphael School pupils achieved top results again.
"25.08.2016 11:52:59" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hall Mead pupils celebrate 'exceptional' GCSE results Pupils at Hall Mead School were delighted this morning to discover that they had exceeded the national targets set by the government. Hall Mead pupils got some good news this morning.
"25.08.2016 11:13:59" romfordrecorder.co.uk Abbs Cross pupils celebrate success as results improve Students are already celebrating and teachers are joining in, as they received their GCSE results this morning, which have improved from last year. Well done everyone!
"25.08.2016 10:33:52" romfordrecorder.co.uk Bower Park Academy's junior leadership team achieve 46 A*'s and A's at GCSE Students, staff and parents have been celebrating at Bower Park Academy today after receiving their GCSE results. Wow! Great results from the junior leadership team and fellow students at Bower Park Academy today.
"25.08.2016 09:57:32" romfordrecorder.co.uk Albany pupils 'ecstatic' on GCSE results day in Hornchurch Pupils at The Albany School in Hornchurch have been picking up their GCSE results this morning, and were delighted to learn they had improved on last years results. More good news at Albany as they improve on their results from last year!
"25.08.2016 09:37:57" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'Nervous but excited' Coopers' Coborn students celebrate excellent grades Teachers have been jumping for joy along with the students at Coopers' Company and Coborn School this morning as they received some “outstanding” results. Nervousness turned to excitement for many GCSE students this morning at Coopers' Coborn
"25.08.2016 09:26:04" romfordrecorder.co.uk Liberty Shopping Centre 'in talks' with tenants to takeover from Romford's BHS Shoppers have been making the most of closing down sales as the town's BHS store prepares to close its doors for the final time. It's not going to be John Lewis taking the place of BHS though.
"25.08.2016 09:01:19" romfordrecorder.co.uk Students and emotional teachers celebrate hard work at Sanders Students and a proud maths teacher at Sanders School are celebrating today as many achieved outstanding results in their GCSE exams. The Recorder is at Sanders School this morning with a very emotional maths teacher. Watch the moment student Yemi's realises he's achieved 6As, 2Bs and 1C #gcseresults
"25.08.2016 07:14:06" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering teenagers collect their GCSE results today After the excitement of last week's A-level results day, it's time for teenagers across the borough to experience the same nerve-wracking feelings as they collect their GCSE results. It's a big day for teenagers across Havering! Recorder reporters are out and about at schools around the borough. Good luck! #gcseresults
"24.08.2016 13:50:19" romfordrecorder.co.uk A fun day of games made families laugh at Rainham's Dovers Farm estate green More than 100 residents took part in fun activities on a green, that was recently threatened with a housing development. Have you ever taken part in an egg and jelly race?
"24.08.2016 11:47:20" romfordrecorder.co.uk Rainham's Ingrebourne Hill site 'could be used to process waste from anywhere' Developers who have been battling to dump “inert” waste on green belt land are also planning to process it on the site, it has been confirmed. The battle goes. The four-day public inquiry opened yesterday at Havering Town Hall and will run until Friday.
"24.08.2016 06:20:54" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hornchurch driver given parking ticket because lines were faded Katie Barden, 35, of Hill Crescent, Hornchurch, was fined by the council after parking in Calbourne Avenue, Elm Park, on July 28. A Hornchurch mum was left fuming after being fined for parking here. Would you park here?
"23.08.2016 14:48:07" romfordrecorder.co.uk Miss Romford keeps the charitable ball rolling and passes the £1,000 mark Miss Romford has now raised more than £1,000 for charity after holding a tea party for family and friends. She has now raised £1,200 for a children's charity.
"23.08.2016 11:21:34" romfordrecorder.co.uk Report shows sharp increase in new landlords in Hornchurch, Romford and Upminster The number of landlords registering rental properties in Hornchurch has gone up almost 60 per cent in one year, according to one estate agents. "The bottom line is that tenants face ever rising house prices and stagnating wages and the rental market provides good stable homes to live in."
"23.08.2016 08:23:43" romfordrecorder.co.uk Public inquiry opens today over plans to dump 'inert' waste on Rainham's Ingrebourne Hill A public inquiry into controversial plans to dump “inert” waste and double the size of Rainham's Ingrebourne Hill is due to start today. Protesters are expected to gather in front of Havering Town Hall today at 9.30am to oppose the plans.
"23.08.2016 06:14:47" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford MP calls for overhaul of Dangerous Dogs Act and a clampdown on “irresponsible” dog owners The Dangerous Dogs Act needs a “complete review” and should be overhauled – according to Romford's MP. "Any dog can be great if it's trained correctly and treated with kindness". What do you think?
"22.08.2016 17:46:42" romfordrecorder.co.uk Woman cut from car after accident in Upminster A woman was cut from a car by firefighters following a road collision with another car in Upminster earlier today. Fortunately, the injuries were only described as "minor" by a Met Police spokesman.
"22.08.2016 14:50:10" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford Recorder "We are paying for this and this is money that could be spent on libraries and schools. This is criminal."
"22.08.2016 12:05:18" romfordrecorder.co.uk Protesters gather outside Romford Greyhound Stadium as campaigners claim sport is “no longer viable” Protestors were outside Romford Greyhound Stadium for the first time this year as they continued their fight for the “outdated” sport to be banned. Do you agree?
"22.08.2016 11:45:26" romfordrecorder.co.uk Lidl reveals plans for new Hornchurch supermarket Disappointed residents have given a boost to the campaign to save a historic bingo hall after receiving an artist impression for a budget supermarket to be built on the site of a 1930s cinema. The battle intensifies as residents receive an artist impression of what the new Lidl in Hornchurch could look like.
"22.08.2016 09:08:28" romfordrecorder.co.uk CCTV released after plumber assaulted in Rainham by man asking for a lift This footage shows the moment a 46-year-old plumber was assaulted after he was approached by a man, who had asked him for a lift. Horrible. Can you help?
"19.08.2016 16:16:25" romfordrecorder.co.uk Fears after killer 'pitbull-type' returned to Hornchurch home despite being seized by police A heartbroken dog owner whose Yorkshire terrier was mauled to death by a pitbull-type dog has spoken of his horror after the deadly animal was seen near his home. Neighbours in shock after a pitbull is returned to owner's home despite mauling a Yorkshire terrier to death.
"19.08.2016 12:53:41" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering Council's opposition leader appears in magistrates court The opposition leader of the council has appeared in court today accused with breaching an enforcement notice issued by Havering Council. The council issued Cllr Tucker with an enforcement notice back in September 2012.
"19.08.2016 11:43:45" romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Wood author shares his experiences ahead of book debut A former musician and stand-up comedian has turned his hand to literature as his debut novel is set to come out next week. “It started off with a little story for my brother and it just got longer - the book not my brother he was the same size last time I checked"
"19.08.2016 11:42:56" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'They'll be singing with me' Jocelyn Brown gets ready for the Havering Show She's a veteran singer who has worked with the world's best known stars including Michael Jackson, Roberta Flack, Culture Club and Bette Midler to name a few. Get ready for showtime!
"19.08.2016 08:58:00" Timeline Photos Today's front page. Pick up your copy jam-packed with news, features and A-level results!
"19.08.2016 08:13:53" romfordrecorder.co.uk Big brother's legacy lives on as Harold Hill teenager's freestyle goes viral The brother of a teenager who was stabbed to death is embarking on a music career to carry on his sibling's dream. "Putting my thoughts all down on paper and being able to rap about it makes it easier – I just want to finish what Champion started."
"18.08.2016 14:21:08" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford 'repeat offender' handed seven-month jail term by judge A man notoriously known by police for motor vehicle crimes has been sentenced to seven months in prison and given a 12-month driving ban. Romford man who persistently committed motor vehicle crimes is now behind bars.
"18.08.2016 11:46:46" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford Recorder At Campion School, Hornchurch the hours of hard work paid off as students celebrated after collecting their A-level results. #haveringresults
"18.08.2016 11:33:39" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford remembers an Olympic hero from yesteryear With the Olympics soon to draw to a close, dozens of sportsmen and women will become home town heroes and national icons. "We only got about three to four hours a week swimming, they are so fit now days"
"18.08.2016 10:49:50" romfordrecorder.co.uk Upminster students celebrate 'tremendous' results Students at Coopers' Company and Coborn School have been discovering their A-level results this morning, with many achieving top grades. Congratulations Coopers' Company and Coborn School!
"18.08.2016 10:18:55" romfordrecorder.co.uk Delight at Havering Sixth Form College for A-level students Hundreds of students at Havering Sixth Form College are nervously opening their A-level results today, to find out their fate for next year. We sent a photographer to Havering Sixth Form this morning and captured some beaming faces. Check out our gallery here:
"18.08.2016 09:23:11" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford Recorder And there was good news at Havering Sixth Form college this morning as well!
"18.08.2016 09:21:01" romfordrecorder.co.uk Frances Bardsley girls celebrate 'incredible' results Hundreds of girls at Frances Bardsley School nervously opened their A-level results today, to discover some excellent results. Cheers! Amazing results at Frances Bardsley this morning.
"18.08.2016 08:30:57" twitter.com Romford Recorder on Twitter “Introducing the Coopers' A-team. 4 A*s & 9 As between them. Congrats Emily, Megan, Matt and Eleanor #HaveringResults” Lots of smiling faces today!
"18.08.2016 07:39:51" romfordrecorder.co.uk New night bus service to Romford town centre starts tomorrow night A new night bus service will be launched tomorrow to help late night commuters in the borough get home. TfL introducing additional night bus service for commuters getting back to Romford on the weekend.
"18.08.2016 07:28:13" instagram.com Instagram photo by @romford_recorder • Aug 18, 2016 at 7:09am UTC See this Instagram photo by @romford_recorder • 5 likes We're at Campion photographing students as they discover their future! Why not check out our Instagram and see their stories?
"18.08.2016 06:37:13" ilfordrecorder.co.uk Havering Results: A-level students find out how they did The Recorder would like to wish good luck to all the borough's A-level students discovering their results this morning. Recorder reporters will be visiting schools across Havering today to find out how students have done.
Keep track of the latest results by visiting our dedicated results day page - romfordrecorder.co.uk/examresults or search #HaveringResults on Twitter.
"17.08.2016 10:38:21" Photos from Romford Recorder's post For your chance to win a family ticket to the New Scientist Live event at ExCel, don't forget to get your copy of this week's Romford Recorder (out Friday).
"17.08.2016 09:59:19" romfordrecorder.co.uk Severe delays on the A13 in Rainham after Dartford crash There are severe delays on the A13 into Rainham following an accident earlier this morning on the QE2 bridge in Dartford. Beware if you are on the road today.
"17.08.2016 06:51:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Rio 2016: Hornchurch flag causes Twitter stir after being spotted at Olympics Olympic champions Max Whitlock, Jason Kenny and Justin Rose have already made househould names of themselves after scooping gold medals for Team GB. Good morning: Rosie here. There is queuing traffic on A127 into town in Harold Wood at the Ardleigh Green Road junction, in the roadworks area.
- Overnight Britain made Rio 2016 their most successful overseas Olympics with 50 medals, as Laura Trott
"17.08.2016 06:16:47" romfordrecorder.co.uk Co-working space to boost start-ups and 'put Romford on the map' Small businesses in the borough are about to be given a boost as a co-working space, which could “put Romford on the map”, has been given the go-ahead. This is a great idea.
"16.08.2016 15:30:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford travel agency Ocean Holidays signs deal with West Ham United Travel agency Ocean Holidays has entered a three-year partnership to become an official travel supplier for West Ham United Football Club. Watch out for the deals.
"16.08.2016 14:32:29" romfordrecorder.co.uk Paw-some show attracts hundreds in support of mental health charity Havering Mind Pampered, in fancy dress or just as they were, more than 200 pooches took part in a dog show in support of a mental health charity. Too cute!
"16.08.2016 13:33:52" romfordrecorder.co.uk Work to build luxury retirement homes at Old Windmill Hall site in Upminster will start next spring A date has been set for work on new luxury retirement homes in St Mary's Lane, Upminster, to begin after developers completed on the sale of the site. We've got an update on the future of the Old Windmill Hall site in Upminster
"16.08.2016 09:14:09" romfordrecorder.co.uk Worker assaulted in Collier Row newsagent A newsagent worker has been assaulted after three masked men broke into a shop in Collier Row. "I went round (on Monday morning) and the poor chap was black and blue"
"16.08.2016 07:07:05" romfordrecorder.co.uk Rio 2016: Hornchurch flag causes Twitter stir after being spotted at Olympics Olympic champions Max Whitlock, Jason Kenny and Justin Rose have already made househould names of themselves after scooping gold medals for Team GB. The Hornchurch flag is flying high in Rio
"16.08.2016 06:56:03" Good morning Havering, Ann-Marie reporting for duty with your travel update, there is congestion in Harold Wood at the Ardleigh Green Road junction due to roadworks and a good service on TfL tube and rail networks. Got a story? Call the newsdesk on
"15.08.2016 15:13:49" romfordrecorder.co.uk Missing Hornchurch girl found safe and well A 15-year-old girl who was missing since July has been found safe and well. Missing 15-year-old Hornchurch girl found
"15.08.2016 15:09:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Timeline Check out our interactive timeline of the Hammers' long and proud history. Ahead of West Ham's first Premier League clash against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge tonight, check out our interactive timeline of the club's proud history
"15.08.2016 13:00:53" romfordrecorder.co.uk Three generations at John's of Romford shops keep bikers on the road for 50 years Surfing the wave of the 1960s mods' passion for scooters, before carving a niche with commuters and motorbike enthusiasts, John's of Romford has served generations of bikers. A great success story.
"15.08.2016 11:56:40" romfordrecorder.co.uk Final date closure revealed for Romford's BHS store The doors of Romford's BHS store will close for the final time next weekend - marking the end for the high street retailer. End of an era for 88-year-old high street retailer. Will you be affected?
"15.08.2016 11:04:32" romfordrecorder.co.uk Parents and teachers give Hornchurch school a holiday makeover When a school found it could not afford maintenance costs, parents, grandparents and staff decided to take drastic measures. Amazing effort by this group of parents, grandparents and teachers
"15.08.2016 09:26:06" romfordrecorder.co.uk Gidea Park tennis club' success takes young generations to next level A community tennis club is coaching the next generation of first-class players to hit some balls at the highest competition levels. “I grew up with the club – it's my second home. I wanted to see the club do well and what has happened is unbelievable and it's getting better." Head coach Kirk Butler.
"15.08.2016 06:26:25" romfordrecorder.co.uk West Ham football player sets up scheme to encourage girls to play the game A West Ham player who is disappointed by the lack of football opportunities for girls has set up a scheme to help tackle the problem. 'I love being in a team environment and want to give back to other girls.'
"12.08.2016 16:07:14" romfordrecorder.co.uk Collier Row family climb Snowdon to help others' hearts A mum who lost her brother to an undiagnosed heart condition will climb a peak with her two children to raise awareness of cardiac screening. We wish them the best of luck.
"12.08.2016 15:24:43" romfordrecorder.co.uk Lorry spillage causes lane closures and traffic chaos on A13 A lorry crash which caused a spillage has led to traffic coming to a standstill. More massive disruptions for A13 road users this afternoon.
"12.08.2016 13:58:10" romfordrecorder.co.uk CCTV shows people behind Havering RSPCA bench theft The RSPCA is appealing for help in identifying two culprits who took a bench belonging to the charity in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Can you help identify who took the Essex and Havering RSPCA's bench? Check the CCTV footage on our website.
"12.08.2016 13:12:35" romfordrecorder.co.uk Have your say at free family fun day on access proposals for River Rom A free fun day aims to give families the opportunity to have their say on new plans to improve access to the River Rom, Romford. What should the River Rom access proposals include?
"12.08.2016 12:56:53" romfordrecorder.co.uk Thousands of Havering families left in limbo after council cut charity funding Thousands of families have been left in limbo after the council cut funding to a charity which delivers vital one-to-one support and play groups across the borough. One mother said that many parents are “appalled” by the news and rely on the service to build support networks. What do you think?
"12.08.2016 12:16:29" youtube.com Gidea Park Lawn Tennis Club Matthew Doe,14, of Brentwood, hitting some balls at the Gidea Park Tennis Club under the eye of head coach Kirk Butler. Matthew is in the middle of a season ... We went to visit Gidea Park Tennis Club and met-up with head coach Kirk Butler, whose hard work has paid off with successful competition results and more than 300 enthusiastic club members.
Read the full feature in this week's Romford Recorder.
"12.08.2016 12:00:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Timeline News, sport and what's on from the Romford Recorder Have you seen our interactive West Ham timeline yet?
Featuring some brilliant videos, pictures from the Recorder's archives and an interactive map, it's a fun trip through the club's history from the Boleyn to the Olympic Stadium – and be sure to try
"12.08.2016 11:45:32" romfordrecorder.co.uk Great-great-great-granddaughter of London Fire Brigade founder opens Rainham forest A forest named after the first chief officer of London Fire Brigade officially opened in Rainham yesterday. The great-great-great granddaughter, who travelled from The Netherlands for the ceremony, said she thought the forest was pretty fine.
"12.08.2016 11:39:41" romfordrecorder.co.uk Police appeal for missing Hornchurch girl Police are appealing for information regarding a missing 15-year-old girl. If you have any information call 101
"12.08.2016 10:07:53" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hornchurch baby gets to go home for the first time after more than 100 days in hospital A loving mum has spoken about her delight of getting her baby boy finally home after he spent more than 100 days in hospital. Mum thanks Queen's hospital staff for their care after baby finally gets to go home.
"12.08.2016 06:21:32" romfordrecorder.co.uk Racist and religious hate crime increases in Havering Racist and religious hate crime has risen by more than 40 per cent in Havering over the past 12 months, according to police figures. 'It's people being bullies making others feel uncomfortable'. http://bit.ly/2aNYDOr
"11.08.2016 13:46:54" romfordrecorder.co.uk Motorcyclist taken to hospital and both lanes closed on the A13 after crash A motorcyclist has sustained “serious injuries” after being involved in a collision with a lorry. Massive disruptions on the A13 this afternoon after a crash has left a motorcyclist with "serious injuries".
"11.08.2016 13:32:22" romfordrecorder.co.uk New plans for Hornchurch's former bingo hall could see only lettering preserved Only the letters on the front of an art deco building could be preserved as new plans are due to be submitted to tear it down. Lidl's new plans are expected to be considered by the council's committee in September.
"11.08.2016 11:15:02" romfordrecorder.co.uk Public inquiry to open over plans to dump 'inert' waste on Rainham's Ingrebourne Hill Controversial plans to dump “inert” waste and double the size of Rainham's Ingrebourne Hill will go before a public inquiry four years after they were first submitted. A protest will be held outside the town hall on August 23 at 9.30am.
"11.08.2016 10:08:55" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering residents could save lives by converting disused phone boxes Residents are being encouraged to convert iconic red phone boxes into life-saving hotspots by installing heart attack equipment around the borough. The classic phone boxes could get a new lease of life under this project.
"11.08.2016 08:47:19" romfordrecorder.co.uk Superfan of Level 42 raises £500 for Havering hospice A superfan of the pop rock and jazz funk band Level 42, has raised £500 for St Francis Hospice, with a little help from some kind-hearted friends. The Good Man in a Storm has been spreading some Lessons in Love to help out Saint Francis Hospice
"11.08.2016 06:30:58" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford-born son puts his body through the pain barrier for the hospital ward that looked after his mum A triathlete has raised more than £1,000 for a hospital ward that cared for his mum as she went through eight months of treatment for cancer. Jon has raised about £1,300 for the Queen's Hospital ward that cared for his mum as she received treatment for cancer.
"10.08.2016 15:30:03" romfordrecorder.co.uk Multi-million pound leisure renovation plans unveiled which include a brand new Hornchurch sports centre Families could have access to a brand new sports centre as part of the borough's multi-million pound leisure renovation plans. What do you think of the latest plans to get people active?
"10.08.2016 08:34:07" romfordrecorder.co.uk Plans for new Romford hotel revealed Plans for a new hotel in Romford town centre, which could create dozens of jobs, have been revealed. What do you think about this?
"10.08.2016 07:00:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Timeline News, sport and what's on from the Romford Recorder Are you a Hammers fan?
Check out our interactive West Ham timeline telling the story of the Hammers from their very first game at Upton Park through to their move to the Olympic Stadium.
Featuring brilliant videos, pictures from the Recorder's
"10.08.2016 06:40:15" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering's children protection team adopts new approach after rise in serious cases With a booming number of young people in the borough, the council's children's team has been prompted to adapt its services to meet increasing demands and more complex family situations. 'We need to respond to the new demand in a different way.'
"09.08.2016 13:31:33" romfordrecorder.co.uk Proposal to build on Harold Hill green belt land refused by committee Cheers filled the council chambers as a planning application to build on green belt land was refused. Cheers from residents erupted in the council chambers.
"09.08.2016 11:48:07" romfordrecorder.co.uk Brian the bumblebee's unexpected adventures in a Harold Wood garden The life of Brian the bumblebee has taken an unexpected turn of events last week. An unexpected turn of events.
"09.08.2016 06:08:45" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford man avoids jail after drunken 174 bus assault A 46-year-old man who drunkenly assaulted a student on a bus has been spared jail. CCTV footage shows Paul Jones grabbing his victim from behind during the attack onboard the 174 bus by Dagenham Heathway station.
"08.08.2016 14:52:18" romfordrecorder.co.uk Number of lollipop men and women in Havering decreases The number of lollipop men and women in the borough is on the decrease and finding people to take on the role has been proven “difficult”. What are your memories of a lollipoppers? Do you know a lollipoper who loves what they do? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
"08.08.2016 11:14:36" romfordrecorder.co.uk Bus route 5 to Romford Market under review to serve Queen's Hospital The bus route 5, which runs between Canning Town and Romford Market, is under review to provide an access to Queen's Hospital. Good idea?
"08.08.2016 06:34:13" romfordrecorder.co.uk London City Airport expansion plan approved for take-off Campaigners say the green light for a £344m expansion programme at London City Airport will see smaller communities hit the hardest. Last week, ministers gave the go-ahead for plans which are expected to see a dramatic increase in flights over the borough.
"08.08.2016 06:18:10" Morning Havering
Chloe here with this morning's news.
Traffic update: Congestion on the A127 into Harold Wood at the Ardleigh Green Road junction.
Queuing traffic on the A13 into Dagenham between the Marsh Way junction and the Renwick Road junction.
"05.08.2016 16:01:04" romfordrecorder.co.uk Cut it out!: Rainham man ordered to stop mowing council-owned grass or face criminal charges A green-fingered pensioner was shocked to be told he faced being taken to court if he didn't stop cutting the grass outside his house. A green-fingered do-gooder who has mowed the council-owned grass outside his house for more than four years has been ordered to stop or face going to court for causing criminal damage.
"05.08.2016 08:19:34" romfordrecorder.co.uk Work begins at Collier Row scout hall after flood damage Work on a scout hall which was damaged by flooding, leaving nearly 100 scouts, beavers and cubs without a base, has started this week. The scouts will soon be able to move back to the hall.
"04.08.2016 12:55:38" romfordrecorder.co.uk Afghan hounds pound Romford track to raise money for retired greyhounds They're more commonly associated with Crufts, but the flowing locks of Afghan hounds were spotted in Romford last Saturday, as six dogs raced around the greyhound stadium. The pedigree pooches are "massive show-offs", according to one owner.
"04.08.2016 12:24:34" romfordrecorder.co.uk Lorry collides with railway bridge in Upminster A lorry has collided with a railway bridge on St Mary's Lane but the road has now reopened. UPDATE: The road has been cleared
"04.08.2016 11:10:12" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering Council trials new staff sickness hotline to cut down absences Havering Council is cracking down on excessive levels of staff non-attendance by introducing a pilot absence monitoring scheme. Havering Council are aiming to cut the number of their staff taking sick days by launching a new pilot scheme involving a hotline manned by medical professionals.
"04.08.2016 10:40:02" romfordrecorder.co.uk Lorry collides with bridge in Upminster A lorry has collided with a bridge on St Mary's Lane causing delays on the road and to train travel. Whoops.
"04.08.2016 07:05:42" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering teenagers brighten up beloved community garden Teenagers have been getting active in the community by helping clear a much-loved but overgrown garden at a community centre in Rainham. A group of teenagers have been busy helping out in the community this week.
"04.08.2016 06:09:49" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford MP in call for return of the Great British blue passport Bring back the blue British passport, is the latest campaign taken up by Romford's MP. What do you think?
"03.08.2016 14:56:36" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hundreds attend Eid party at Havering Islamic Cultural Centre More than 300 people came to celebrate Eid, an important Muslim holiday, with the Havering Islamic Cultural Centre. “It's very important to get all the communities together under one umbrella."
"03.08.2016 07:10:59" romfordrecorder.co.uk CCTV image released of suspect in connection with Romford bus assault Police have released CCTV footage of a woman they wish to identify and speak to in connection with an assault on a bus. Can you help?
"03.08.2016 06:21:11" romfordrecorder.co.uk Dovers Farm Estate residents apply for village green status to protect open space A community determined to preserve open space used for fetes, football matches and as a children's play area is applying for village green status. 'Green spaces are at the heart of every community'.
"02.08.2016 15:14:40" romfordrecorder.co.uk Give it some welly! Rainham green hosts welly wanging contest Residents, who have recently celebrated their green being saved from a housing development, organised a fun day of welly wanging. Here are some great pictures of the contest.
"02.08.2016 11:40:37" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'There's a dog running in the road with a rubber ring on his head' Residents are being urged to think twice about calling the fire brigade when they see an animal in need of a helping hand. Havering firefighters have been called out to rescue a dog trapped in a wine rack and a labrador found running in the road with a rubber ring around its head.
"02.08.2016 10:16:29" romfordrecorder.co.uk Borough Commander defends rise in reported crime in Havering Havering had the second highest increase in reported crimes in London last year, according to a new report. Havering's top police officer says that a 10% rise in reported crime in the borough last year is a result of more thorough police work and not an increase in criminal activity.
"02.08.2016 07:00:44" romfordrecorder.co.uk Man dies in A12 crash in Romford A man has died following a car crash on the A12 last night. Some sad news to wake up to this morning. A man has died following a crash on the A12 in Romford last night.
"02.08.2016 06:17:18" Good morning Havering, Matt here with today's travel update. The borough's roads look clear for the most part, although there is some traffic heading into London on the A127 at the Ardleigh Green Road junction in Harold Wood. On the tube there's currently
"01.08.2016 11:32:10" romfordrecorder.co.uk Two men rushed to hospital after large fight outside Romford's Circuit nightclub Two men were rushed to hospital in the early hours of Saturday after a large fight broke out outside Romford's Circuit nightclub. Can you help?
"01.08.2016 06:22:38" romfordrecorder.co.uk Collier Row book lover sends boxes of stories to readers around the world A pair of book lovers have embarked on a venture to deliver to letter boxes around the world each month the latest young adult fiction stories. Passionate about young adult fiction, the pair wants to deliver the latest books to readers around the world.
"01.08.2016 06:07:01" Morning Havering!
Chloe here with this morning's news.
Traffic update: Congestion on the A127 into Harold Wood at the Ardleigh Green Road junction in the roadworks area.
Traffic queuing on the A13 into Dagenham between Marsh Way junction and Renwick
"29.07.2016 15:48:39" romfordrecorder.co.uk Fastest speed in London caught by police on Havering's roads in the last three years Reckless drivers are endangering the lives of Havering residents by reaching speeds of up to 124mph, the fastest clocked in London last year. A Freedom of Information request to the Met has revealed that, in each of the last three years, the fastest drivers in London have all been caught in Havering.
"29.07.2016 15:06:24" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering Ukip Cllr Lawrence Webb stands as deputy in party's leadership contest A Havering councillor is standing as deputy of one of the candidates in Ukip's leadership election. Lawrence Webb is standing as Elizabeth Jones' deputy in the Ukip leadership contest.
"29.07.2016 15:06:08" romfordrecorder.co.uk Tributes to 'fun-loving family man' that sadly died at wheel of his taxi in Hornchurch The son of a taxi driver who tragically died at the wheel of his cab has paid tribute to the “best dad anyone could have asked for”. A tragic story.
"29.07.2016 14:20:22" romfordrecorder.co.uk Man identified by police in connection with late night train assault on a disabled commuter A man has been identified and will be interviewed by police after a disabled commuter was pushed and slapped on a train. The man will be interviewed by British Transport Police in the coming days.
"29.07.2016 06:22:59" romfordrecorder.co.uk Councillors' school expansion fears amid Rainham redevelopment Councillors have criticised the borough's plans to expand schools, claiming that school kitchens are already failing to provide hot meals for pupils. What do you think?
"28.07.2016 16:35:37" romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Wood cemetery squatters just want to 'grow potatoes' Trespassers who have built a wooden campsite on land earmarked for a cemetery have said they are “just growing flowers and potatoes”. Squatters have built a commune on land that a charity hopes to turn into a Muslim-only cemetery
"28.07.2016 15:33:01" romfordrecorder.co.uk Three men arrested on suspicion of attempted murder Three men have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a shooting in Gidea Park last night. Three men have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a shooting in Gidea Park last night.
"28.07.2016 11:35:01" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford dog track ends contract of top trainer Jim Reynolds over integrity questions Romford Greyhound Stadium has terminated its contract with a high-profile trainer after accusing him of “bringing the integrity of the sport into question”. A preliminary inquiry was called into the debut of Mr Reynolds' dog Airport Gilbert on Saturday.
"28.07.2016 10:44:29" romfordrecorder.co.uk One lane on Upper Rainham Road to remain closed for 'several days' One lane on Upper Rainham Road will remain closed for several days, after a 15-inch cast iron water main burst on Wednesday morning. Engineers were on the scene for 14 hours last night, but warn it will be several days before the road is fully reopened.
"28.07.2016 08:23:48" romfordrecorder.co.uk Another burst water main leaves Hornchurch householders without running water A second burst water main in as many days has forced residents to wake up without running water this morning. Have you been affected?
"28.07.2016 08:10:16" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford MP Andrew Rosindell leads calls for dissolved trust's money to stay local Millions of pounds in funding for community projects could be lost from the borough after it was revealed an environmental trust is to be dissolved. As it stands, authorities fear the borough stands to lose millions of pounds in funding for community projects.
"27.07.2016 13:49:33" romfordrecorder.co.uk Newly-crowned Miss Romford bidding to take the title of Miss London City A part-time carer says she is delighted to be representing Romford as she bids to become Miss London City. “I was born in Romford, it's always going to be a big part of my life, so I'm delighted to hold the title of Miss Romford.”
"27.07.2016 11:09:26" romfordrecorder.co.uk One lane on Upper Rainham Road now open after water main bursts One lane on Upper Rainham Road is open now in both directions with two-way traffic light, after a 15-inch cast iron water main burst this morning, leading to traffic and diversions. Emergency crews are working hard at the scene.
"27.07.2016 09:30:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Driver pleads guilty to hitting pedestrian who died at Romford home the following day A driver who ran over a father-of-one found dead at his home the following day has pleaded guilty to causing death by careless driving. Sad story.
"27.07.2016 09:26:25" romfordrecorder.co.uk Upper Rainham Road closed due to burst water main and 252 bus diverted Upper Rainham Road is closed in both directions between Elm Park Avenue and Laburnum Avenue due to a burst water main, causing diversions. Update: A spokesman from Essex & Suffolk Water described the scene as an “emergency situation" after a 15-inch cast iron water main broke this morning.
"27.07.2016 06:52:42" romfordrecorder.co.uk Upper Rainham Road closed due to flooding and 252 bus diverted Upper Rainham Road is closed in both directions between Elm Park Avenue and Laburnum Avenue due to a burst water main, causing diversions. If you plan on using this road this morning, you'll want to read this.
"27.07.2016 06:08:44" romfordrecorder.co.uk A&E trial that saw up to 60 a day redirected may become permanent A pioneering emergency care trial directed between 50 and 60 patients a day away from A&E in a bid to focus resources on those in need of urgent care. In 33 per cent of cases people were advised that they could self care at home.
"26.07.2016 17:02:50" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford dog track 'terminates' greyhound trainer Jim Reynolds' contract It is understood that Romford dog track has terminated the contract of one of its top greyhound trainers yesterday. Jim Reynolds wrote on Twitter he was "very sad" to announce his contract "terminated with immediate effect".
"26.07.2016 10:52:16" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'Can I have a Big Mac?' London Fire Brigade release most ridiculous calls From a man calling to say that his “very very large friend” was stuck up a tree, to a man calling to request a Big Mac, the London Fire Brigade has revealed its top ten weirdest calls. One caller wanted to tell firefighters that she was scared of spiders. Listen to the calls here.
"26.07.2016 08:13:04" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford tattoed man to appear in Channel 5 documentary A 60-year-old man who has covered his body in tattoos as “revenge against the OCD”, will appear in a documentary next month about his transformation. “Once I started, it made me feel so good and feel a lot more confident.”
"26.07.2016 06:47:58" romfordrecorder.co.uk Home News, sport and what's on from the Romford Recorder Morning everyone, Ralph here with the latest travel updates.
There's queuing on the A127 in Harold Wood, near the Ardleigh Green Road junction.
Check out our homepage for the latest travel updates and send us any stories you
"26.07.2016 06:33:06" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford tattoed man to appear in Channel 5 documentary A 60-year-old man who has covered his body in tattoos as “revenge against the OCD”, will appear in a documentary next month about his transformation. He's got heavy metal, religious marks of good and evil and even some Nazi symbols inked on him.
"25.07.2016 15:56:24" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering's Most Wanted: do you know where these men are? Do you know the whereabouts of these five people? They are all sought by police on suspicion of a number of alleged crimes, ranging from assault to robbery. Havering Police have issued a Most Wanted list. Do you recognise anyone?
"25.07.2016 14:43:56" romfordrecorder.co.uk Four fire engines and 20 firefighters tackle Rush Green blaze Firefighters from four stations are currently tackling a fire that has consumed a range of single story garages. The borough's firefighters have been busy this afternoon, tackling a large blaze that destroyed a number of garages in Rush Green.
"25.07.2016 06:12:49" romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Wood mother is first in the UK to receive pioneering blood pressure treatment A Harold Wood woman has become the first person in the UK to undergo a pioneering new surgery to help treat high blood pressure. 'It's given me my life back.'
A Harold Wood mother-of-two has become the first person in the UK to undergo a bold new surgery that sees a device installed in her neck to control high blood pressure.
"24.07.2016 14:05:35" romfordrecorder.co.uk Fatal bus stop crash in Hornchurch A taxi driver has died and two passengers were injured after a car crashed into a bus stop. A taxi driver has tragically died after a crash at a Hornchurch bus stop in the early hours of this morning.
"22.07.2016 14:01:45" romfordrecorder.co.uk Out on the town with Romford police teams that keep party-goers safe Sat in a police van, officers switch their gaze up and down Romford town centre watching for any disorder. Ever wondered what it's like to police the streets of Romford town centre on a Friday night? Our reporter went to find out.
"22.07.2016 13:27:04" romfordrecorder.co.uk Families angry at Havering Council's redevelopment plans for older people's accommodation Relatives of older people living in sheltered housing have spoken of their concern after it was revealed many sites may be demolished or renovated. 'My mother was on the phone crying. They are not telling people where they are going.'
"22.07.2016 11:00:51" romfordrecorder.co.uk Defenceless disabled man slapped across the face on late night train Police are searching for a man who slapped a disabled commuter after he tried to force his way into an occupied toilet. Disgusting.
"22.07.2016 07:01:23" romfordrecorder.co.uk Council applies brake for plans to combat dangerous driving around two schools Plans to roll out controversial Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) around two schools have hit a bump in the road. Brakes applied to controversial penalty notice scheme to combat dangerous driving around schools
"22.07.2016 06:43:22" Hello Havering, Ann-Marie reporting for duty with your morning travel update: There is a clear route along the A12 and a good service running across the TfL tube and rail network. Got a story? Call the newsdesk on 02094773892 or email
"21.07.2016 13:43:45" romfordrecorder.co.uk Sadiq Khan pledges second police officer in every Havering ward Every council ward in Havering will get a second neighbourhood police officer patrolling the streets, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan pledged today. Every council ward in Havering will get a second neighbourhood police officer patrolling the streets, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan pledged today.
"21.07.2016 12:33:15" romfordrecorder.co.uk Travellers 'break into' closed Romford park as neighbours complain of late night noise The ongoing traveller saga continues to anger residents as travellers target more areas to set up camp in. And it continues.
"21.07.2016 08:09:43" romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Wood students set to benefit from 'phenomenal' facilities after three year transformation A school's transformation which has been three years in the making has been hailed as an “exciting new chapter” in the school's history. "Exciting new chapter" for pupils at Harold Wood Primary School.
"20.07.2016 14:31:40" romfordrecorder.co.uk Police seek man after machete attack in Collier Row Police have issued an appeal after a 53-year-old victim was stabbed with a machete in Collier Row, last Wednesday morning. Anyone with information should call 101.
"20.07.2016 11:13:35" romfordrecorder.co.uk Recorder reporter tries to catch them all in Romford with Pokemon Go app Standing in the middle of Romford Market to capture virtual creatures would have been considered absurd a couple of weeks ago but has since grown to become almost the norm. What Pokemon have you caught in Romford?
"20.07.2016 09:30:32" romfordrecorder.co.uk A127 road users facing 10 months of travel disruption from this weekend Road users and nearby residents are set for 10 months of disruption as work to replace Ardleigh Green Bridge begins this weekend. How will you be affected?
"20.07.2016 08:36:10" romfordrecorder.co.uk Upminster headteacher retires today after 28 years at the helm A much loved headteacher is saying his final goodbyes today after spending 28 years in charge of the school. A well deserved retirement.
"19.07.2016 17:26:07" romfordrecorder.co.uk Severe delays in A13 eastbound after three car crash in Dagenham There are long tailbacks in the A13 following a three car collision at the Marsh Way junction, in Dagenham. Two women were reportedly injured.
"19.07.2016 10:11:21" romfordrecorder.co.uk Man helped teenagers flee armed motorbike rider in Harold Hill A father drove two teenagers to safety when a armed man on a motorbike threatened to “cut them up and kill them”. Brave chap
"19.07.2016 08:54:43" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering will be hotter than Mexico City and Rio today as heatwave continues Havering will be hotter than Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro and Barcelona today with the mercury set to hit 33C. Share your pictures
"19.07.2016 08:21:12" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering Council accused of failing to 'recognise needs of Muslims' over cemetery plans A town planning expert accused Havering Council of having a lack of regard toward its Muslim community, during a planning inquiry last week. 'The council has a reluctance to recognise the need of the Muslim community'
"19.07.2016 06:53:04" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering's first citizen hits the ground running in charity effort Havering's mayor is determined to make a lasting contribution to the borough and has set herself a lofty target of raising £50,000 for chosen charities. 'I want to make a difference to charities and I'm meeting more and more every day'
"18.07.2016 13:28:39" romfordrecorder.co.uk This Morning star Jeff Brazier turns lollipop man for Hornchurch school A TV personality swapped the teleprompter for a set of traffic lights to try and raise awareness of the disappearing unsung heroes of the school run. Parents at one Hornchurch school got a pleasant school run surprise when This Morning's very own Jeff Brazier turned out to be their lollipop man for the day.
"18.07.2016 11:00:14" romfordrecorder.co.uk More than £1,000 raised following tragic death of Romford man Tom Jarvis in Ibiza Friends of a 21-year-old who tragically died while on holiday in Ibiza this weekend have raised more than £1,000 for his funeral. Friends of Tom have described him as 'lovely' and a 'true gentleman'.
"18.07.2016 09:20:36" romfordrecorder.co.uk Upminster high street closed by police after suspicious package found Police cordoned off a section of a busy high street on Saturday morning after a suspicious package was left outside a police station. A police spokesman confirmed Corbets Tey Road was cordoned off on Saturday morning after a suitcase was left outside a police station but denied there had been a controlled explosion.
UPDATE: The Upminster Safer Neighbourhood Team have now confirmed a
"18.07.2016 06:28:41" romfordrecorder.co.uk Dangerous driving outside four schools in Havering to become a criminal offence Havering Council is set to become the first authority in the country to adopt a new strategy which cracks down on parents who persistently defy parking regulations. From September, cameras will be set up outside schools to catch dangerous driving and issue fines. Do you think this will make drop off time safer? http://bit.ly/2ame1Tv
"16.07.2016 16:03:44" haveringmind.org.uk Romford Recorder If you're free tomorrow head to Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Upminster, for Havering Mind's Wings and Wheels event:
"16.07.2016 10:57:28" Timeline Photos A Metropolitan Police spokesman has confirmed there was no controlled explosion this morning in Upminster. High Street was closed after a suitcase was abandoned but the owner was soon traced and reunited with property. Photo credit: Daniel Clemenson.
"15.07.2016 13:17:30" romfordrecorder.co.uk Man who wore “send them back” T-Shirt at Romford Armed Forces Day parade says he did not mean to... A man pictured wearing a T-shirt saying “Yes! We won! Now send them back” at Havering's Armed Forces Day parade said it was not his intention to cause offence. Peter Bowman, 54, said that he doesn't regret buying the T-shirt but he does regret the offence caused.
"15.07.2016 08:57:11" romfordrecorder.co.uk Council vowing to evict travellers after families move into four different sites across the borough Angry parents labelled travellers “a disgrace” after they moved on to a school field putting the pupils' end-of-year sports day in doubt. Travellers who threatened a school's sports day have been labelled a "disgrace".
"15.07.2016 06:51:14" Good morning. It's Rosaleen here with your travel update...There is traffic on the A127 in both directions in Harold Wood at the Ardleigh Green Road junction, with congestion up to Gallows Corner. After a dry start this morning, clouds will start to form
"15.07.2016 06:07:27" romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Hill church leaders call for unity to stop increase in hate crime Church leaders have come together to ask people to help build a “fair and just” society after reports of hate crimes. An open letter sent to the residents of Harold Hill from the religious community said an increase in hate crime has left them “deeply saddened”.
"14.07.2016 14:51:51" romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Hill parents say thank you to fundraisers as Amber Lilly has operation The proud parents of a little girl with cerebral palsy who had a potentially life-changing operation at the weekend, are thanking everyone for their support. Thank you fundraisers!
"14.07.2016 09:45:10" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford electrician jailed after robbing vulnerable elderly woman A “despicable” electrician who overcharged a vulnerable elderly customer and then stole £3,500 from her purse has been jailed. He has been jailed for six and a half years.
"13.07.2016 14:30:51" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering shows off its natural beauty as London in Bloom judges visit The borough looked bloomin' great on Tuesday as judges for the London in Bloom competition visited. Fingers crossed!
"13.07.2016 14:30:39" romfordrecorder.co.uk Travellers spotted next to Gidea Park Library as ongoing saga continues Travellers have forced their way into land located next to Gidea Park Library after an earlier eviction today. Second location of the day for travellers.
"13.07.2016 13:22:31" romfordrecorder.co.uk Inquiry opens into proposed Harold Wood Muslim cemetery A public inquiry into controversial plans for a cemetery near a golf course in Harold Wood opened yesterday at Havering Town Hall. What are your thoughts on the proposed cemetery? Take our online poll
"13.07.2016 06:39:37" Good morning! Rosie here with your travel update. There is currently congestion on the A127 in both directions at the Ardleigh Green Road junction, and heavy traffic heading into town between the Moby Dick and Barley Lane. There is good service on all
"13.07.2016 06:18:42" romfordrecorder.co.uk High rate of satisfaction for GP surgeries in Havering The majority of people in Havering say they would recommend their doctors' surgeries to someone who had just moved to the area. Is this your experience?
"12.07.2016 12:35:48" romfordrecorder.co.uk Travellers move to children's playground in Harold Hill Travellers have moved on to a Harold Hill park and are reportedly using the children's play area as a pen for their horses. Children playing in a Harold Hill park may be in for a bit of a surprise after travellers who set up nearby tethered their horse to a play area.
"12.07.2016 11:49:22" romfordrecorder.co.uk Rainham's Chafford School headteacher resigns after five years The headteacher of a secondary school has stepped down on Friday after five years of heading the school. Last year, an Ofsted inspection concluded the school “required improvement”.
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"12.07.2016 06:46:25" romfordrecorder.co.uk Good samaritan pledges to help others to help stop racial stereotyping A good samaritan is raising thousands of pounds for charities to show that “humanity has no colour”. Shahab Ahmad is skydiving to combat Islamaphobia.
"11.07.2016 15:14:40" romfordrecorder.co.uk Dramatic plan to combat A&E numbers at Queen's Hospital gets two week trial For two weeks people arriving at Queen's Hospital's A&E department who do not require emergency treatment will be redirected to other health providers. Queen's Hospital is redirecting patients not requiring emergency care for two weeks from today:
"11.07.2016 06:23:57" romfordrecorder.co.uk Plans for Rainham's innovation village to be decided this week The first plans to turn run-down industrial sites into an innovation park for small and medium size enterprises have been submitted to the council. Plans for a multi-million pound investment in Rainham industries are set to go before the council's regulatory services committee this week.
"11.07.2016 06:16:46" Good morning Havering, Matt here with your first travel update of the week. There is currently heavy congestion on the A127 in both directions at the Ardleigh Green Road junction, with more delays heading into town between the Moby Dick and Barley Lane.
"10.07.2016 13:22:36" www.romfordrecorder.co.uk Woman dies at Romford station after being hit by train A woman has died after being hit by a train at Romford train station. Our thoughts go out to her family and friends.
"09.07.2016 18:19:39" Timeline Photos No trains running through Romford for at least another hour and a half.
"09.07.2016 18:05:55" Timeline Photos BREAKING: It is believed a person has been hit by a train at Romford train station. Police, ambulances and fire crews in attendance. This is the scene currently.
"08.07.2016 14:18:28" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'Status quo is not acceptable' – Mayor of London Sadiq Khan pledges to improve Gallows Corner Mayor of London Sadiq Khan pledged to consider all options to improve Gallows Corner during his first visit to the borough since his election. “The status quo is not acceptable. Everything else is on the table,” said Mr Khan looking at the flyover over the accident blackspot at Gallows Corner yesterday.
"08.07.2016 13:00:01" romfordrecorder.co.uk Controversial plans to expand Parsonage Farm school, Rainham, to be abandoned Havering Council is looking to abandon controversial plans to expand a primary school. U-turn. Nearly two years after plans were proposed to expand the school, the council says they would now be "inappropriate".
"08.07.2016 11:56:59" romfordrecorder.co.uk Large group of teenagers spotted in Upminster with 'chains and planks of wood' Police received a “large” number of calls about a group of 15 to 20 teenagers roaming the streets of Upminster last night, with residents reporting they were carrying weapons. A horrified eyewitness said he first spotted the teenagers outside his home, with some carrying chains, planks of wood, and bottles.
When he confronted them, a teenage girl knocked his hat off.
"08.07.2016 10:20:58" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford father of fallen Iraq soldier Kirk Redpath reacts to the Chilcot report The father of a Romford soldier killed by a roadside bomb while serving in Iraq described the Chilcot report as a “great victory” for the families of fallen servicemen. The devastated father has called for former Prime Minister Tony Blair to stand trial for war crimes.
"08.07.2016 06:30:13" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford father of fallen Iraq solider Kirk Redpath reacts to the Chilcot report The father of a Romford soldier killed by a roadside bomb while serving in Iraq described the Chilcot report as a “great victory” for the families of fallen servicemen. Romford father welcomes Chilcot report and says his son was a "sitting duck" after being left without equipment which could have saved his life in the Iraq war.
"07.07.2016 16:52:48" romfordrecorder.co.uk Traffic in Rush Green following earlier two-car collision on roundabout There is currently some severe traffic in Rush Green following a road accident earlier this afternoon. Some bad news if your journey home takes you through Rush Green.
"07.07.2016 16:15:43" romfordrecorder.co.uk A labourer who died after falling from the roof of a Rainham warehouse could have been 'prevented' A warehouse worker broke down as he recalled the harrowing final moments of a man who died in his arms. A jury has concluded a labourer's death was accidental but preventable after falling from the roof of a warehouse.
"07.07.2016 14:32:39" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford mother captures the realities of parenthood in creative cartoons A new mother, who draws cartoons depicting the reality of parenting, including racing another mother with her pram to Starbucks, says her doodles help her catch the “nice moments” of every day. “I was in Argos and Iona was making a lot of noise and I caught myself telling her that we would go home if she didn't quieten down,” she said.
“And I just thought, 'Oh my god! Did that just come out of my mouth?'"
"07.07.2016 09:47:09" romfordrecorder.co.uk All aboard: Romford school converts bus into permanent library A school has turned a double decker bus into a permanent outdoor library for pupils to enjoy. We wish we had a library like this, when we were at school
"07.07.2016 08:34:49" Photos from Romford Recorder's post For your chance to win one of five family tickets to Zoorassic Park at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, don't forget to get your copy of this week's Romford Recorder (out tomorrow). Good luck!
"07.07.2016 06:23:27" Good morning!
Chloe here with this morning's news.
Traffic update:Congestion on the A13 into Dagenham between the Marsh Way junction and the Renwick Road junction.
Have you got a story? Email email@example.com.
Have a lovely day!
"07.07.2016 06:15:19" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford friends take to the road with pop-up bar on wheels Two good friends passionate about beer and camper vans are about to take to the roads in a bar on wheels, coming to people with cocktails and craft brews. Watch out for them on the road this summer.
"06.07.2016 13:50:26" romfordrecorder.co.uk Appeal for victim assaulted in Collier Row pub to come forward The victim of an assault, reportedly stabbed in the back, has been urged to come forward to assist Havering Police with their investigation. Can you help?
"06.07.2016 07:29:50" Reports are coming in that a car has ploughed into a house in Easedale Drive in Elm Park, details to follow.
"06.07.2016 07:00:29" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford cafe appeals for donations after fire A cafe that employees people with learning disabilities has made a plea for help after a fire forced it to close its doors. Can you help Jacksons Cafe rise from the ashes?
"06.07.2016 06:52:50" Good morning Havering, Ann-Marie here with your morning travel update. On the roads there is heavy traffic, anticlockwise on the M25 affecting the Brook Street Roundabout and on the A127 there is traffic in both directions in Harold Wood at the Ardleigh
"05.07.2016 14:48:56" romfordrecorder.co.uk Paw-some! Look inside Havering's first luxury cat hotel A boutique hotel has opened in Collier Row, and prices start from as little as £17 a night. Inside Havering's first luxury cat hotel, mollycoddled moggies can expect room service, cast iron beds and paw massages. Check out the pictures here:
"05.07.2016 12:30:40" romfordrecorder.co.uk More than 20 Havering schools affected by NUT strike A total of 12 schools are closed in the borough today and 13 are partially closed after a teachers' union called for a day of industrial action. What do you think about the strike?
"05.07.2016 12:12:49" romfordrecorder.co.uk Junior doctors reject new contract deal Junior doctors and medical students in England, who are members of the British Medical Association, have rejected a new contract agreement with the government. British Medical Association members voted to reject the new proposed contract from the government.
"05.07.2016 10:31:51" romfordrecorder.co.uk Plans for new swimming pool and fitness centre in Hornchurch revealed A new fitness complex including swimming pool could be built in Hornchurch, if a proposal is given the green light. Cabinet members will discuss the proposal next Tuesday
"05.07.2016 10:22:28" romfordrecorder.co.uk Cyclist involved in Hornchurch collision Emergency services were called after a cyclist collided with a car this morning. Emergency services remain at the scene
"05.07.2016 06:16:17" romfordrecorder.co.uk Drunk Romford solider spared jail after kicking takeaway customer on the ground A drunk soldier who has been spared jail for his part in a late night takeaway attack has been told he should be “ashamed” of himself. Romford serviceman avoided a prison sentence because of an excellent military career: http://bit.ly/29sHAq9
"04.07.2016 16:49:04" romfordrecorder.co.uk Six schools in Havering expected to be closed tomorrow in NUT strike At least six schools and many more classes across the borough are expected to be closed tomorrow after a teachers' union called for a one-day strike. Send us your pictures if you join the picket line.
"04.07.2016 15:33:40" romfordrecorder.co.uk Somme centenary: Poignant Elm Park Somme service leaves mayor 'fighting back tears' The community came together on Sunday to pay their respects to the fallen heroes who died in the First World War's bloodiest battle. Mayor of Havering fought tears at emotional Somme service
"04.07.2016 14:03:21" romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Hill school throws Rio 2016 inspired carnival One primary school brought the vibrant carnival atmosphere of Rio de Janeiro to the playground last week for a special event marking this year's Olympics. Rio 2016 kicked off early for one Harold Hill school when they threw an Olympics-inspired carnival on Friday.
"04.07.2016 09:55:13" romfordrecorder.co.uk Man arrested on suspicion of GBH after late night fight in Romford town centre One man was arrested and another ended up in hospital after a fight broke out in the town centre. Did you see anything?
"04.07.2016 06:45:34" romfordrecorder.co.uk Year long wait for treatment is 'a bit of a joke' for man with kidney stones A man who has waited a year for treatment says he may need to resort to private care as he “cannot wait forever”. 'Don't get me wrong, I expected to wait, but this situation is becoming testing and to keep carrying on like this is a bit of a joke'
"01.07.2016 15:00:56" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hornchurch bingo hall's demolition and Parsonage Farm Primary School expansion deferred Controversial plans to knock down a historic bingo hall and expand a school have been deferred by a council committee last night. Both applications will be revised before being re-scheduled for later this year.
"01.07.2016 12:17:29" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hornchurch man sentenced to 11 months in jail after breaking colleague's jaw with a single punch A construction worker is facing a lengthy prison sentence for breaking a colleague's jaw after a heated argument broke out. Hornchurch construction worker sentenced to 11 months in jail after a single punch breaks colleague's jaw.
"01.07.2016 11:50:03" romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Hill mother calls for greater support after the tragedy of miscarriage “I didn't know anything. I thought the doctors did the routine checks and that was it, you gave birth to your baby.” Sarah is sharing her story of heartache for the first time, as she campaigns for more support for families who suffer miscarriages or stillbirths. Havering Mind
"01.07.2016 11:36:29" romfordrecorder.co.uk Harold Hill school wins prestigious national award Teachers celebrated a prestigious award win on Friday, last week, following the success of a pupil volunteering programme. Didn't they do well
"01.07.2016 11:26:24" romfordrecorder.co.uk www.romfordrecorder.co.uk Residents 'euphoric' after housing plans for Rainham's New Zealand Way green refused.
"01.07.2016 09:15:21" romfordrecorder.co.uk Collier Row mum relies on social media forum for help with little girl's rare disorder A devoted mum has called for more research into a rare disorder after having to rely on a social media forum to protect her little girl's health. “It's heartbreaking as a mum to know there is nothing you can do to fix it."
"01.07.2016 08:51:02" romfordrecorder.co.uk www.romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering teachers expected to join NUT strike on Tuesday.
"01.07.2016 08:14:44" romfordrecorder.co.uk Somme centenary: Tragic tales of Romford soldiers who perished Historian Jim Bolton has, for many years, researched the names on Romford War Memorial and the memorial in St Edward the Confessor Church. "The Hammonds were neighbours of the Whipps family, three of whose sons were also killed in the war" http://bit.ly/297VlpB
"01.07.2016 07:33:52" romfordrecorder.co.uk Former resident at Hornchurch children's home warns sex abuse probe comes too late A man who spent 12 years living in a care home where children were sexually abused, said a public inquiry launched 30 years after the events has come too late. “No-one really cares about what happens in care homes. This is really just lip service."
"30.06.2016 14:45:36" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering CCG put under NHS England management over waiting times The length of waiting times has seen Havering's Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), put under the direct supervision of NHS England. NHS England will oversee the formation of a “credible” plan to tackle the issue of waiting times by September.
"30.06.2016 11:34:58" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering students buzz into the final of spelling bee competition Winning a national foreign language spelling bee won't be as easy as ABC for three students. ¡Buena suerte! and viel glück for these three students tomorrow as they battle it out in the national final!
"30.06.2016 06:40:51" romfordrecorder.co.uk Enormous £10,000 Upminster fly-tip may contain deadly asbestos A fly tip that will cost £10,000 to remove has been dumped on the borough's country roads for the second time this year. "We've had more than enough of this" - The latest industrial scale fly-tip that will cost the taxpayer £10,000 to remove.
"29.06.2016 16:11:20" romfordrecorder.co.uk War veteran issued with parking ticket after taking part in Armed Forces Day parade A war veteran who travelled from Hertfordshire to take part in the Armed Forces Day celebrations has been left “devastated” by a parking ticket issued to him. “I think it's disgusting to hand out tickets like this after taking part in the parade and helping to fundraise at one of the market stalls."
"29.06.2016 06:14:28" romfordrecorder.co.uk Appeal for help in sexual abuse inquiry into former Hornchurch children's home People with a link to a children's home, where dozens of young people were sexually abused, have been asked to come forward to take part in an inquiry. Former residents, members of staff, relatives and visitors to St Leonard's children's home have been asked to share any experiences of reporting sexual abuse to the authorities.
"28.06.2016 17:41:47" Timeline Photos To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, we are publishing a special 24-page supplement. Catch Friday's Recorder to get your copy.
"28.06.2016 16:48:32" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hospital staff unite over 'pride' for fellow international colleagues Staff at both Queen's and King George Hospital have banded together to celebrate their colleagues from Europe and across the world. Staff from across the borough come together to celebrate diversity in hospitals.
"28.06.2016 12:24:26" romfordrecorder.co.uk Man who wore anti-immigration T-shirt during Armed Forces Day celebrations labelled 'absolutely... A man pictured wearing a T-shirt that read “Yes we won! Now send them back” has been lambasted by people across the country. Man who paraded around Romford with anti-immigration T-shirt is widely slammed after picture emerges from Armed Forces Day.
"28.06.2016 10:15:23" romfordrecorder.co.uk Application to tear down Hornchurch's Mecca Bingo decided this week The fate of a historic bingo hall should be sealed this week as a planning application to tear down the building has been recommended for approval. Crunch time. Campaigners will make their case to keep the building as a bingo hall, a cinema and a social club.
"28.06.2016 06:22:35" Good morning!
Chloe here with this morning's news.
Traffic update: Congestion on the A127 in both directions in Harold Wood at the Ardleigh Green Road junction.
There is also heavy traffic on the A12 into Chadwell Heath between Moby Dick and the B177
"28.06.2016 06:10:11" romfordrecorder.co.uk Hornchurch community group Joni's Army gains official charity status A community group launched in memory of a little girl who died of a rare bone cancer has become an official charity. “In Joni's name we continue the fight to make better the lives of the small people that need us most."
"27.06.2016 16:35:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Collier Row scout hall 'ruined' after floods Nearly 100 beavers, cubs and scouts have been left without a home after a scout hall was completely flooded, causing a hundred thousand pounds worth of damage. The repairs are estimated to be in excess of £100,000. Can you help?
"27.06.2016 15:48:51" romfordrecorder.co.uk Van crashes into Rush Green medical centre Police have been called after a van crashed into a medical centre. Have you seen anything?
"27.06.2016 11:41:16" romfordrecorder.co.uk Decision to be made on plans for 32 homes on 'green gem' in Rainham The fate of a green space described by residents as a “gem” and earmarked for a housing development will be decided this week. Residents continue to oppose any residential development on their "green gem".
"27.06.2016 06:51:32" romfordrecorder.co.uk New plans to expand Parsonage Farm Primary School, Rainham, includes parking ban Plans to expand a primary school have been recommended for approval a year after councillors refused an almost identical previous request. Councillors have had a rethink about expanding a school having previously refused plans http://bit.ly/297AYdT
"27.06.2016 06:43:20" Good morning, Havering, hope you all had a good weekend, Ann-Marie here with your travel update - Heavy traffic on the A12 westbound between in Chadwell Heath between the Moby Dick and the Barley Lane junction and there is severe delays on the TfL Rail
"24.06.2016 13:36:50" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering GLA member backs Boris Johnson to be next prime minister GLA member for Redbridge and Havering Keith Prince is already backing Boris Johnson to be the next prime minister. “We need to have someone with a vision for Britain outside of the EU to lead us to the promise land and that man is Boris Johnson.”
"24.06.2016 11:13:27" romfordrecorder.co.uk Man extradited from St Lucia and charged with the murder of Harold Hill teenager A third man has been charged with the murder of a Harold Hill teenager. Another man charged with the murder of a Harold Hill teenager in 2013.
"24.06.2016 10:51:12" romfordrecorder.co.uk Business leaders call on Havering entrepreneurs to embrace Brexit opportunities Business experts called on companies in Havering and across the UK to embrace the opportunities offered to them after the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU). “It's exciting. This decision is a huge opportunity for all British manufacturing companies and I encourage all those companies to take it."
"24.06.2016 09:48:35" romfordrecorder.co.uk Dame Angela Watkinson MP “disappointed” by referendum vote but urges people to work together Hornchurch and Upminster's MP Dame Angela Watkinson believes the decision to leave the European Union will lead to a period of “great turbulence”. Dame Angela Watkinson MP predicts a period of "great turbulence" following the decision to leave the EU.
"24.06.2016 09:37:54" romfordrecorder.co.uk The pictures that show the extent of the floods in Havering With water to the waist, submerged cars and closed schools, here are some of the pictures showing the extent of the flooding in Havering yesterday after the River Rom burst its banks. Roads have now re-opened and refuse collection will take place today and tomorrow.
"24.06.2016 08:09:03" romfordrecorder.co.uk Mass turnout in Havering as voters decide to leave the European Union Voters in Havering came out in force after recording the joint third biggest turnout in London for the EU referendum. 76 per cent of residents in the borough took to the polls - the third highest turnout in London.
"24.06.2016 07:40:50" ilfordrecorder.co.uk Prime Minister David Cameron resigns Prime Minister David Cameron will step down in October after the UK backed the campaign to leave the European Union. Prime Minister David Cameron has resigned.
"24.06.2016 07:10:36" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford MP – 'It's a proud day for Havering' Romford's MP Andrew Rosindell has described today as a 'historic day for Havering and for Britain'. A "proud and historic" day for both Havering and Britain, according to Romford's MP.
"24.06.2016 04:21:44" Havering voted 70per cent leave (96,885) 30pc remain (42,201) turnout 139,175 with 89 votes spoilt
"24.06.2016 02:58:22" romfordrecorder.co.uk Diary: Live from the count as Havering's EU vote is revealed The borough a YouGov poll described as Britain's most Eurosceptic has cast its polls in the European Referendum and the Recorder is live at the count to being you all the latest news. A result could be coming in the next 30 minutes.
*disclaimer - it could not*
"23.06.2016 23:40:29" romfordrecorder.co.uk Remaign campaigner 'this will not be area with the biggest leave vote in the country' Havering's remain campaigners do not expect victory in the borough, but do feel positives can be taken. Do you agree?
"23.06.2016 23:38:23" romfordrecorder.co.uk Council leader 'I'm hoping for leave but my top concern is Havering' Havering Council leader Cllr Roger Ramsey is hoping for a leave vote saying that services can not be provided to a growing population with dwindling resources. Council leader 'I'm hoping for leave but my top concern is Havering'
"23.06.2016 22:47:00" romfordrecorder.co.uk Diary: Live from the count as Havering's EU vote is revealed The borough a YouGov poll described as Britain's most Eurosceptic has cast its polls in the European Referendum and the Recorder is live at the count to being you all the latest news. Here's my live blog from the count. More in depth interviews will be at romfordrecorder.co.uk
"23.06.2016 20:30:33" We're reporting live from Havering's EU referendum count tonight... stay tuned for more
"23.06.2016 16:01:01" romfordrecorder.co.uk Further flood and travel disruption warnings issued for Havering The Environment Agency is warning people that continued heavy rain may lead to further flooding in the borough. More rain is on the way...
"23.06.2016 15:45:43" romfordrecorder.co.uk Follow the EU referendum results in Havering Our news editor Emma Lake will be at the Havering count tonight to follow live the results of the EU referendum. Make sure you follow @RecorderEmma and @RomfordRecorder for live updates.
"23.06.2016 14:41:23" romfordrecorder.co.uk Mum rings police about Rainham polling station only issuing pencils to vote with A concerned mum has phoned police about concerns ballot papers could be rigged. Mum who can't vote in EU referendum rings police over concerns about "rigged" ballot papers.
"23.06.2016 13:06:47" romfordrecorder.co.uk 60 homes in Collier Row flooded and schools closed Around 60 homes have been flooded both sides of Lodge Lane in Collier Row and five schools and a GP surgery have been closed after the River Rom burst its banks this morning. Update: Here is a list of the schools affected. We hope most of you have dry feet.
"23.06.2016 11:56:23" romfordrecorder.co.uk Traffic update: Several roads closed in Havering due to flooding Traffic has been described as “mayhem” by residents as the torrential rain and flooding is causing gridlock on the roads. Watch out if you are out there. Here is a list of all the roads closed due to flooding.
"23.06.2016 10:49:01" youtube.com Ingrebourne Valley Flooding in Ingrebourne Valley, Hornchurch, this morning on June 23. The park in Ingrebourne Valley, Hornchurch is under water this morning
"23.06.2016 10:27:55" romfordrecorder.co.uk Flooding in Romford and Collier Row causes misery Whilst a few residents took the opportunity to enjoy a boat trip, others have described it as a “nightmare”. Oh dear. See the video of the fast flowing River Rom.
"23.06.2016 10:02:04" romfordrecorder.co.uk Firefighters rescue teenager and dad in Collier Row A father and his son had to be brought home on a boat, after getting stuck in the floods in Collier Row. An unexpected experience.
"23.06.2016 09:48:48" romfordrecorder.co.uk UPDATED: Flooding causing transport chaos across Havering after river bursts its banks Residents have described the scene as 'absolute madness' and there are complaints of a raw sewage smell in Collier Row. Update: Residents have described the scene as 'absolute madness' and there are complaints of a raw sewage smell in Collier Row.
"23.06.2016 09:34:05" romfordrecorder.co.uk Flooding causing transport chaos across Havering after river bursts its banks There are major transport delays across the borough as flooding causes borough's rivers to burst their banks. Transport chaos and homes flooded in Collier Row due to flooding.
"23.06.2016 06:27:31" www.romfordrecorder.co.uk Elm Park student attempting to scale O2 arena in his wheelchair A politics student who works as a gym instructor is hoping to challenge stereotypes about disabilities when he climbs the 02 arena in his wheelchair. 'Disability can't get in the way' http://www.romfordrecorder.co.uk/news/elm_park_student_attempting_to_scale_o2_arena_in_his_wheelchair_1_4588789
"22.06.2016 15:59:19" romfordrecorder.co.uk Armed police called to Hornchurch after reports of a firearm Armed police and a police helicopter attended the scene in Osborne Road but no suspect or weapon was found No suspect or weapon was found.
"22.06.2016 12:27:06" bbc.co.uk The EU referendum takeover: The town that wants to leave - BBC Three "If the vote doesn't go our way, I'd like the IRA to come back and blow up the Channel Tunnel, just to separate us again". A view from a resident of Romford, part of an area identified in a YouGov poll as being the most Eurosceptic in Britain. We meet one Is this a fair reflection of Romford?
"22.06.2016 10:39:43" romfordrecorder.co.uk Rainham patriot sends small bar of gold to Queen for 90th birthday As Her Majesty celebrates her 90th birthday this year, an enthusiastic royalist has been given her royal seal of approval after sending him a thank you letter for his present. The Queen was 'very touched' by his gift
"22.06.2016 10:37:30" Photos from Romford Recorder's post For your chance to win tickets and go wild in the country at the first BBC Countryfile Live at Blenheim Palace, don't forget to get your copy of the Romford Recorder (out Friday).
"22.06.2016 06:20:40" Good morning!
Chloe here with this morning's news.
First a traffic update: there is congestion on the A127 in both directions at the Ardleigh Green Road junction.
There is queuing traffic on the A13 between Rainham and the Renwick Road junction.
"22.06.2016 06:11:20" romfordrecorder.co.uk Crowds flock to classic car show in Romford Thousands of car lovers turned out for the St Peter's Car Show on Saturday. Have a look at our pictures from the event, which helped raise £6,000 for the London Air Ambulance.
"21.06.2016 16:23:26" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering Islamic centre 'happy to move' as site earmarked for Romford's housing zone development Members of a mosque, which could be relocated after plans were announced to build hundreds of homes on the site it occupies, said they would welcome the move if it benefits the community. “We are not afraid of the move if it is for the better and helps local residents. The last thing we want is to upset our neighbours.”
"21.06.2016 11:31:28" romfordrecorder.co.uk Video: See the humongous amount of rubbish dumped at Rainham's Orchard Village A video shows the humongous amount of rubbish travellers have left behind after leaving a site at Orchard Village. Wow.
"21.06.2016 09:15:55" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford disabled teen 'choked to death' after swallowing rubber glove A severely disabled teenager from Romford choked to death after swallowing a latex rubber glove, which was probably left within his reach by a carer, an inquest has concluded. His mother Sarah Fowler has said she will be haunted for life after the 'needless' death of her son last year.
"21.06.2016 06:48:39" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'Special' dog makes 'miraculous' recovery after Harold Park hit and run A disabled woman has appealed for help to finance the operations of her “special” dog that miraculously survived a hit and run accident. Heartbroken dog owner appeals for help after her "special" dog survived a hit and run accident.
"20.06.2016 14:02:20" romfordrecorder.co.uk Nearly 3,000 people will need to register with another doctor as Collier Row surgery is set to close Nearly 3,000 people registered with a doctor's practice will be asked to look elsewhere for care after it was revealed a surgery is set to close. Collier Row doctor's surgery will close in August after residing GPs decide to resign.
"20.06.2016 09:54:36" romfordrecorder.co.uk Romford MP defends campaigning in town centre despite agreed suspension following the murder of... Romford MP Andrew Rosindell has defended campaigning to leave the European Union (EU) on Saturday following the death of MP Jo Cox. Romford MP defends campaigning to leave the EU on Saturday following the murder of MP Jo Cox and believes every MP in the country should have "stood proudly" in their town centres.
"20.06.2016 09:39:38" romfordrecorder.co.uk 'Amazing site!' Hot air balloons float over Havering Residents were woken up to the delightful sight of dozens of hot air balloons floating above the borough yesterday morning. Up up and away! It's not every day you see the sky above Havering dotted with hot air balloons. http://bit.ly/28IhrhN
"20.06.2016 09:14:38" romfordrecorder.co.uk Family-run company Harrison Wipes celebrates 125 years in business A family business, which built its success through four generations to become a global firm, celebrated its 125th anniversary. "Harrison Wipes has remained true to its original values of quality and integrity. We look forward to the next 125 years.”
"17.06.2016 13:58:57" We have a children's page and every week we pick a 'STAR OF THE WEEK'. From good listening in the classroom to enjoying games at home, children aged three to 13 can become star of the week for lots of different reasons.
We write about what they like to
"17.06.2016 09:00:36" romfordrecorder.co.uk www.romfordrecorder.co.uk A couple has lived in a hotel for more than two weeks after the floor in their Orchard Village flat collapsed.
"17.06.2016 06:17:49" Good morning Havering, Matt here with your morning #travelupdate: apart from some congestion on the A127 caused by roadworks around the Ardleigh Green Road junction, traffic looks clear this morning, and there is good service on all London Underground
"16.06.2016 10:45:59" romfordrecorder.co.uk Havering start-ups boosted to next level with unique business programme Hundreds of start-ups are about to receive a helping hand to scale-up their businesses. More than 200 small businesses in the borough could benefit from extra support to scale-up.
"15.06.2016 14:27:30" romfordrecorder.co.uk Eight arrested after group of 11 found in back of lorry in Harold Hill A lorry carrying men, woman and children reportedly from Iraq has been found in Harold Hill this afternoon. Police make arrests after eight adults and three children reportedly from Iraq found in the back of lorry in Harold Hill.
"15.06.2016 10:52:16" Timeline Photos For your chance to win a pair of tickets to this year's British Summer Time at Hyde Park, don't forget to get your copy of this week's Romford Recorder (out Friday).