Harold Hill Foodbank Collection
Read MoreHarold Hill Foodbank Cheque Presentation
I was delighted to hand over a cheque for £700 to the Harold Hill Foodbank
see story below in Romford Recorder
Read MoreHAROLD WOOD EVENING WI
As per government instructions our WI is currently unable to meet until the restrictions are lifted. However this hasn't stopped us keeping in touch, looking out and helping each and helping in our community. Whilst we are unable to meet we have set ourselves a craft challenge and all will be displayed and sold...
As we are all aware that Coronavirus is a serious health matter for everyone and we would ask for residents to keep an eye on our elderly and vulnerable neighbours and residents whilst this outbreak continues. For council issues, we would urge residents to call the council or use the online services if they...
Read MoreFriends of the Homeless
Friends of the Homeless are a local community group based in Romford that set up a stall 3 days a week handing out hot food, drinks, blankets and toiletries to the homeless and we would like to thank Cllr Brian Eagling and Cllr Darren Wise for their kind donation.
It was started by Alexandra Russell...
Read MoreHarold Wood Primary School Fundraiser
Michelle Gubbings is running the London Marathon in April for Harold Wood Primary School PTA charity 278629 raising money for the children of our small local school to buy new books and play equipment to help enhance there education your support means so much thank you. ttps://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/michellegubbings
Read MoreHarold Hill CAP Job Club
The London – Harold Hill CAP Job Club runs each Wednesday (9am to 1pm) at St Georges Church Centre, at the top of Hilldene shops. Our aim is to provide a friendly, relaxed environment where job seekers can receive practical help from trained staff.
Whether you’ve been unemployed for a short time, several years or...
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Read MoreJoin the Army
Cllr Eagling and Cllr Wise recently attended an Army Engagement event where the Army were looking to recruit young people and adults into the Armed Forces. It is a very interesting career path where some tremendous skills are learnt whilst proving protection for our country and its citizens. If you are keen to join...
Read MoreUpminster and District Men’s Probus Club
The Upminster and District Men’s Probus Club is currently seeking new members.
Upminster and District Probus Club (for men) has over 70 members and meets for lunch once a month. The Club provides an opportunity for retired or semi-retired gentlemen to meet, socialise and make new friends and acquaintances.
We meet on the last Wednesday of...
Read MoreVE 75th Anniversary
The council is encouraging residents to organise street parties to celebrate VE 75th Anniversary celebrations on the 8th/9th and 10th May.
See flyer for details
Read MoreConsultation on the proposed amalgamation of St Ursula’s Catholic Infant and St Ursula’s Catholic Junior schools
Havering Council and the Diocese of Brentwood is consulting on a proposal to amalgamate St Ursula’s Catholic Infant School and St Ursula’s Catholic Junior School.
The consultation starts on Monday 20 January 2020 and will close on Monday 17 February 2020.
Please find attached the consultation document for further details regarding the proposal.
Consultation Document E-COPY
Views or comment on the proposal can...
Read MoreHarold Wood Safer Neighbourhood Police Team Newsletter
Please find attached latest newsletter from our local Police Team
January - February NEWSLETTER 2020
Read MoreHarold Wood Evening Women’s Institute
Ladies if you fancy making new friends, share knowledge, learn new skills, and have fun come along and give your local WI a try.
Our programme is varied with interesting Speakers, craft events, social nights and there is always time for tea, biscuits and a chat.
In addition we run various clubs ie book, crafts, walking, games,...
Read MoreA Safe House
We were recently delighted to meet Michael Pusey MBE whom has recently taken over the former Morrtis Dancer Public House to a safe house for young adults between the ages of 16-18. The Safe House will provide young adults with accommodation, learning skills and help them gain confidence within the community. They will also...
Read MoreHarold Wood Safer Neighbourhood Police Team December 2019 Newsletter
Local Police Team Newsletter
December NEWSLETTER 2019
Read MoreXmas 2019 Refuse Collection Times
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Read MoreAll Saints Players present "Sinbad the Sailor ...... His 8th Voyage
All Saints Players present "Sinbad the Sailor ...... His 8th Voyage" a pantomime by Alan P Frayn at All Saints Church Hall, Ardleigh Green Road, RM11 2LG on Thursday, Friday, Saturday 16/17/18 January 2020 at 8pm with a matinee performance at 2.30pm on the Saturday , tickets £7.50. Details from 01708 456683 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Read MoreJM3 Dance
JM3 Flyer FINAL
JM3 Dance are offering a 6 week long programme starting in January with a mixture of learning my repertoire and completely creative tasks alone or in groups to choreograph a piece together.
The idea is to introduce a different style of dance with a more unique teaching approach which will help develop the...
Read MoreRemembrance Sunday at War Memorial outside Harold Wood Library
These are some photos from the service at the war memorial outside the library in Harold Wood. We Will Remember Them
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Photo courtesy of Clare Chown
Read MoreHavering Association for Disabilities
Please find details of a Havering Associations for Disabilities Xmas event and AGM
HAD AGM poster 2019 & Invite HAD Xmas Event
Read MoreFree Xmas Weekend Parking
The Council has announced that it will be free to park in Council car parks at the weekend from 30 November. This means that shoppers can enjoy our high streets, support our local shops, and buy Christmas presents and other goods and services.
Free parking will begin on Saturday 30 November 2019 and will be...
Read MoreParking Consultation
The Council have launched a parking review consultation to find out views on the problems with parking in nine areas across the borough Including Harold Wood. Please respond and let them know what you think. https://consultation.havering.gov.uk/coo/parking-review/
Read MoreGooshays Green
We saved Gooshays Green
We were delighted that the leader of the Council Cllr Damian White announced at the September Council Meeting that the proposal to sell off the council land and build affordable housing has been withdrawn following ongoing discussions that we have been having. Other councillors may try and claim the credit but...
Read MoreHarold Wood Police Newsletter
Please find attached latest newsletter form our local Police Team PDF - september-october NEWSLETTER 2019
Read MoreHarold Wood Library - Public Meeting
There will be a public meeting at St Peters Church On Thurs 5th Sept 10am to 11.30pm to discuss the Councils proposals for Harold Wood Library.
Please try to attend and give your views to the Council.
Read MorePolice Street Surgery at Kings Park
Please come along and meet with your local Police Team as they will be holding a surgery by the large green play area on the Kings Park Estate on Saturday 5th October 2019 between 6pm to 8pm. Every resident in the Harold Wood Ward area is welcome to meet the team as the surgery...
Read MorePaw Patrol
Hello, my name is Pamela and I’d like to introduce, and welcome you to Paw-Patrol, a dog walking and small animal care service.
From a very young age I’ve always loved animals of every description, and a change in my circumstances meant that I could turn this love into a full time business.
Our lifestyles are...
Harold Wood Hill Park Residents' Association Recent News
I was delighted to hand over a cheque for £700 to the Harold Hill Foodbank see story below in Romford Recorder https://www.romfordrecorder.co.uk/news/residents-association-donates-to-harold-hill-foodbank-1-6653437...
As per government instructions our WI is currently unable to meet until the restrictions are lifted. However this hasn’t stopped us keeping in touch, looking out and helping each and helping in our community. Whilst we are unable to meet we have set ourselves a craft challenge...
As we are all aware that Coronavirus is a serious health matter for everyone and we would ask for residents to keep an eye on our elderly and vulnerable neighbours and residents whilst this outbreak continues. For council issues, we would urge residents to call the council...