July 24 2014 Latest news:
The “war to end all wars” is set to be commemorated through a series of events this summer.
A small, cramped semi in Clayhall is perhaps the last place you would expect to become the target of a letterbomb.
This beautiful image of poppies in a meadow was taken by iwitness user Tony Webb.
The borough’s first festival of professional theatre kicks off on Thursday.
Images of gaping bayonet wounds, blown-off limbs and the blood and mud of No Man’s Land are often what spring to mind when thinking about the First World War.
Productions seen at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and a First World War play are set to wow residents in the borough’s first professional theatre festival.
To help you to discover your ancestors who served in the First World War, start your research by visiting Vision RCL’s Redbridge Information and Heritage Service at Redbridge Central Library, Clements Road, Ilford.
Two men pose proudly in their new uniforms, ready to do their duty for their country in the First World War.
The impact of the First World War on the arts is set to be explored at a centenary commemoration event.
Life in the borough over the last 100 years is set to be explored by a community theatre production.