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Prince Charming, the Wicked Stepmother and Snow White – these are all characters seared into our consciousness thanks to fairy-tales.
Six years ago, James Dawson was a teacher in a busy Brighton school, the role of writing in his working life confined to lesson plans and reports.
Organisers are hoping the heavy showers forecast for won’t keep the crowds away from today’s Fairlop Fair.
A project bringing together the stories of London’s Jewish communities during the First World War is coming to Barkingside.
The popular M&S cafe in High Road, Ilford, is set to close this month, yet its replacement in The Exchange Shopping Centre is still unknown.
Frog fans had a ribbiting time at an interactive workshop learning all about the water-dwelling hoppers.
A residents’ group has branded plans to build flats and a shopping arcade “disgusting”.
Former scouts travelled from far and wide to see the saved gravestone of a much-loved leader.
Community interest company, Achieve 2 Receive, has hosted an exhibition to raise money for an educational trip to the Caribbean for Redbridge students.
A man shot yesterday morning in Goodmayes has been discharged from hospital.
A former economics lecturer, from South Woodford, who drove into a policeman during a botched getaway has been jailed for 16 months.
Police have been called to reports of a man shot in Goodmayes this morning.
A councillor has admitted there is little evidence supporting calls to refer a decision over the future of Wanstead Hospital to the Secretary of State.
The trust that runs King George Hospital remains in special measures as A&E waiting times are below targets and outpatient services are struggling to meet demand.
Cllr Dev Sharma (Lab, Newbury) confirmed that negotiations to provide swimming pools for the public in two Redbridge schools were “very well advanced”.
Ron Jeffries has been in protracted communication with Redbridge Council over the untidy condition of some of the gardens near his home in Spearpoint Gardens, Aldborough Road North, Aldborough Hatch.
Drivers who block up residential streets near schools will be clamped down on in a proposed scheme.
An army of spiritual volunteers have cleared more than 11 tonnes of rubbish dumped in an alleyway.
A £55million cash injection to help build more than 2,000 new homes in Ilford will kick-start a major regeneration of the town centre.
The 13th annual Redbridge Midsummer Music Festival takes place today and tomorrow in Barkingside and Ilford.
A local forum will be taking place tonight at William Torbitt Primary School, Eastern Avenue, Gants Hill.
Plans to build flats and a shopping arcade are due to be looked at by the planning inspectorate once more after it rejected the developer’s appeal last year.
A very special guest visited the children at a school in Woodford Green last week.
Good times with Greenall’s, a Great British gin sponsors Great British racing.
Summer is finally here, and what is the number one holiday location in the UK during the warmer months? Cornwall, of course!