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Barking, Havering and Redbridge Hospitals NHS Trust has appointed a new chairman who aims to improve emergency access and reduce its deficit of £64m.

A Wanstead dance school has launched seated dance classes to help elderly and disabled people express themselves.

Ilford South MP Sam Tarry recently hosted a virtual session on education to allow his constituents to raise important issues.

The aborted Quiet Streets trials did not cost Redbridge residents a penny, the council leader has confirmed.

The Redbridge Labour party is investigating a rogue “offensive” and “Islamophobic” tweet that was sent out from its official account criticising Jeremy Corbyn’s support for Palestine.

Jewish Care has launched an appeal to help fund the extra support for older people who are relying on the charity more heavily since the Covid-19 pandemic

A former stroke patient who now volunteers to help others recover at King George Hospital has written a book about her recovery.

A number of concerned residents have spoken out about the plans to redevelop Barkingside’s Little Gearies estate as the consultation deadline approaches.

The Romford customers of a new home shopping catalogue have clubbed together to make a sizeable donation to the Barnardo’s Wellbeing Hub in Ilford.

Crime & Court

Yesterday, 17:00

The Met Police’s commander for Barking and Dagenham, Redbridge and Havering has warned people that officers are clamping down on unlicensed music events after an upward trend.

A school tried to help an Ilford teenager who took his own life but were left in the dark by an NHS error, an inquest has heard.

Friday, November 27, 2020

The deadline is approaching for residents to submit their questions for next week’s webinar on tackling crime in Redbridge.

Health

12:00

Barking, Havering and Redbridge Hospitals NHS Trust has appointed a new chairman who aims to improve emergency access and reduce its deficit of £64m.

Yesterday, 12:39

Jewish Care has launched an appeal to help fund the extra support for older people who are relying on the charity more heavily since the Covid-19 pandemic

Yesterday, 07:00

A former stroke patient who now volunteers to help others recover at King George Hospital has written a book about her recovery.

Environment

Mon, 12:00

A new biodiverse woodland area is being created in Redbridge, offering picturesque natural green space for residents to enjoy and for wildlife to thrive.

Thursday, November 12, 2020

A number of Redbridge parks are in the running to be crowned one of the best green spaces in the country.

Monday, November 9, 2020

Volunteers have cleared almost 170 bin bags worth of rubbish, five mattresses, four sofas and more from the banks of the River Roding in Ilford.

Politics

07:00

The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) has announced how much each local authority is to receive under the Covid Winter Grant Scheme.

Yesterday, 15:00

The aborted Quiet Streets trials did not cost Redbridge residents a penny, the council leader has confirmed.

Yesterday, 13:44

The Redbridge Labour party is investigating a rogue “offensive” and “Islamophobic” tweet that was sent out from its official account criticising Jeremy Corbyn’s support for Palestine.

Education

Thursday, November 26, 2020

Plans to build on the car park of a college were rejected after accusations it would discriminate against disabled students.

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Three sisters from Ilford have followed in their parents’ footsteps by pursuing careers in teaching.

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

A secondary school in Woodford Green continues to lead the way with its innovative approach to climate change.

Heritage

Monday, November 9, 2020

Remembrance Sunday services across Redbridge this year were a much quieter affair, with people privately paying their respects and some services going virtual.

Saturday, October 3, 2020

Local historian Professor Ged Martin relates how a kitten helped local police nab a serial cat burglar

Monday, September 21, 2020

A memorial service has been held to pay tribute to seven firefighters who lost their lives at the start of the Blitz.

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