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Wednesday, April 4, 2018

An award-winning Wanstead press photographer who has travelled the globe snapping prime ministers from Tony Blair to Theresa May is hosting his debut exhibition in his home town.

Bottles, beer cans, fast food wrappers, plastic bags, nappies and tins were just a few of the items of litter found by some 30 volunteers who took part in the Great British Spring Clean of Aldborough Hatch on Saturday.

Police are appealing for information to identify 15 fans suspected of football hooliganism during a match in Stratford earlier this month.

Woodford Green pupils busted out their best dance moves to raise money for charity.

The borough’s Zoroastrian community marked the coming of spring with a feast at the home of a former Redbridge mayor.

The great and the good of Redbridge were honoured before an audience full of anticipation on Thursday.

Talented residents showed off their skills to raise more than £12,000 for the Mayor of Redbridge’s appeal supporting two hospices.

Primary school pupils of all faiths and none plastered each other in coloured powder in celebration of the hindu festival Holi last week.

What came first - the chicken or the egg? Well,reception pupils at St Augustine’s are a bit closer to finding out after taking care of hatchlings for two weeks.

A vibrant splash of colour was added to a grey day in Goodmayes as more than 100 people from the Hindu community gathered to celebrate Holi.

Lots of residents headed to the hilly parts of Redbridge to make the most of the snow today (Friday, March 2).

As the beast from the east makes its presence felt at last this morning, Recorder readers have been sending in their snowy snapshots in droves.

A few celebrity faces popped their heads into Robin’s pie and mash shop in Wanstead after it re-opened following an extension to the store.

Nearly 300 people of all ages and abilities took part in the Valentines Parkrun to celebrate its seventh birthday.

The five workers walked 13 miles in full protective kit, and have raised thousands of pounds for Isla Caton who has stage four neuroblastoma.

The doors to a historic former Redbridge cinema have been opened once more and its theatre filled with the soul-stirring sound of Celine Dion.

In memory of the Holocaust, hundreds of Redbridge residents gathered to reflect on the power of words to both incite hatred and foster unity.

Police have released images of property they believe was stolen in a spate burglaries across Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent and London.

A primary and secondary school in Redbridge joined forces to reduce the spread of harmful gases in the borough.

The classic story of fearless hero Aladdin and the extraordinary genie who appears from a magical lamp is coming to Gants Hill.

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