The latest news from Redbridge’s clubs and societies.
Home to acres of greenery, wildlife and crops, Forest Farm Peace Garden is a haven of tranquillity.
The Exchange’s Spend and Win competition gave away hundreds of prizes this year - however the shiny new Vauxhall Corsa was the one everybody wanted to win.
Samantha Murray will be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in September to raise money for the Meningitis Research Foundation.
Redbridge Council hopes to pass a policy allowing them to enter properties and destroy structures which flout planning regulations.
Two security guards have been jailed today after they were found guilty of handcuffing and kidnapping a half naked festival-goer who later died after he walked into a road.
Two lanes are closed on the A406 north circular at Ilford Hill following a crash this morning (Friday).
Nine members of an organised criminal network involved in conspiracy to supply cocaine and the conversion of a shotgun have pleaded guilty.
On the last commuter day that Greater Anglia is in charge of theLondon Liverpool Street to Shenfield lines two trains have been cancelled.
A hi-tech breast care centre has opened at King George Hospital – treating its first patient this week.
An Ilford care home company has been told it ‘requires improvement’ by a social care watchdog.
Almost a quarter of children who died in Redbridge last year had parents who were blood relations, a report has revealed.
Redbridge is the third worst borough in London at meeting housing targets, according to a new report.
A suspected brothel has been shut down by police after complaints from residents.
Disgruntled members of the public made their voices heard at last night’s local forum after a playing field was earmarked for development.
Campaigners fighting to save Oakfields Playing Fields from becoming an 800-home estate are facing defeat after the site was earmarked for development.
Wondering how to fill half-term? Here’s a round-up of some of the events taking place in Redbridge this week.
Youngsters have been burning off energy this week taking part in a wide range of sporty events.
More than 100 primary school pupils took part in this year’s Redbridge Schools Recorder Festival.
An Internet-savvy pensioner’s work to trace her childhood chums has paid off.
Not many of us split time between beauty pageants and algebra problems, however the current Miss Redbridge is not your stereotypical beauty queen.
Visitors from all over the South East enjoyed the food, Henna art and fruit mojitos at an Islamic society’s spring bazaar, on Sunday.
More iOS memory in a flash: Introducing Leef iBRIDGE.
The Coca-Cola London Eye is proud to announce that 32 Londoners will be returning this June, following last year’s sell out event. The event will feature 32 talks, in each of the London Eye’s 32 capsules on 32 extraordinary Londoners.