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

Parishioners are celebrating the first stage of their church’s revamp.

Snowy scenes in Redbridge

Sunday, December 10, 2017

With snow falling across Redbridge for most of Sunday, December 10, families were out playing in the parks and photographers were busy capturing the snowy scenes for posterity.

December brings a whirlwind of social events in the lead up to Christmas.

Chrismas came to Barkingside with a bang at the weekend in the form of two festive events.

Wind and rain were not enough to dampen the festive spirits of Redbridge’s joyful joggers on Sunday as dozens took on the mayor’s Christmas fun run.

Hundreds of proud youngsters and their equally proud parents and teachers cheered and clapped at a raucous Jack Petchey Foundation Achievement Awards on Thursday, November 30,

Redbridge has been lighting up to welcome the arrival of Christmas.

The Jack Petchey Awards being presented tonight (Thurs) at Redbridge Town Hall highlight the achievements of some very special students and leaders.

A glamorous fundraiser for a charity helping make terminally ill children’s dreams come true raised thousands of pounds on Sunday night.

Of all the towns in all the world, Father Christmas decided to stop in Ilford this weekend to meet lucky children.

Hundreds of families braved the chilly weather as they gathered for Wanstead’s annual Christmas lights switch-on on Thursday, November 23.

Christmas officially began in Seven Kings on Friday when the festive lights were switched on amid carol singing and the unveiling of a tree.

As the brass band played the haunting notes of the Last Post, residents may have been in South Woodford but they were transported to every field, trench and combat zone where military personnel fought for the country’s freedoms.

On a cold, crisp Sunday morning, armed forces, dignitaries, residents and religious leaders came together to remember those who gave their lives for the country.

Crowds gathered around Wanstead War Memorial on Sunday, November 12, to remember those who fought and died in war.

A Polish pilot who flew out of RAF Fairlop during the Second World War was given a special mention at the Fairlop Waters Remembrance service on Saturday, November 11.

After a £20,000 refurbishment, a pizza and pasta restaurant is reopening its doors to the public.

After months of building work, a new school learning room with an outside Japanese-inspired water feature has been opened in Ilford.

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