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Childhood Trust – The Christmas Challenge

Through the Christmas Challenge, The Childhood Trust provides charities with match funding and capacity building support to run successful online fundraising campaigns. Charities must be working with disadvantaged children and young people in London and have an annual income of £25,000 or over. Last year’s campaign raised

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Save Our Shops (SOS) – Regional press coverage

The Save Our Shops (SOS) campaign, led by Residents’ Associations from across Havering, has received regional press coverage, as the headline story in the most recent edition (27 June) of the East London Enquirer newspaper. The story has also been featured in their online edition, which covers

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Free compost workshop at Thames Chase

Do you want to know how you can turn household waste into nutritious plant food? If so, come along to one of Havering Council’s free compost workshops and find out how. Their Waste and Recycling team is holding a local session on Saturday 6 July from 10am

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Save Our Shops (SOS)

On Saturday 23rd June, Residents’ Association members and councillors from Upminster, Cranham and other parts of Havering took part in a photo shoot to promote the Save Our Shops (SOS) campaign. Standing outside the recently closed ShoeZone store in Hornchurch, pictures were taken by a regional newspaper

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Air Pollution Forecast maps

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs have a website that shows air pollution forecast maps for the whole of the UK, giving a score from 1 (low) to 10 (very high). The website can be accessed here. Using the arrows above the map you can

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Save Our Shops (SOS) – Public Protest 10th July

Upminster and Cranham Residents' Association

The Residents’ Associations of Hornchurch, Emerson Park and Upminster & Cranham have launched a joint ‘SOS’ campaign – Save Our Shops, calling for the return of the free 30-minute parking in Upminster and Hornchurch, which was abolished in early June. As part of the campaign, they are

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Residents’ Association Cranham Ward meetings

Upminster and Cranham Residents' Association

The Cranham Residents’ Association have held monthly evening Ward meetings for many years. Guest speakers have included local historians, local charities, council officers, health professionals and the local bus company. This was also an opportunity to speak to the Cranham Safer Neighbourhood Police team and your Cranham

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