A Ray Lodge Primary School pupil who was named as a runner-up in an art competition to celebrate 100 years of women in the Met Police has been given a certificate in honour of her achievement by Commissioner Cressida Dick at New Scotland Yard.
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The family of an eight-year-old Woodford Green girl who bravely battled an incurable brain tumour for more than two years, have unveiled a wooden butterfly sculpture at her school to mark one year since her death.
A police officer who smashed the window of a suspect during an arrest in 2016 in a case of mistaken identity has been found guilty of gross misconduct by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC).
Metropolitan Police detectives investigating an attempted smash and grab raid on a Woodford Green cash machine have released CCTV footage of a man and a distinctive vehicle they need the public's help in tracking down.
An original play by a Woodford Green student has been shortlisted for the National Theatre's annual playwriting competition for 14 to 19-year-olds and will be read by professional actors as part of a festival in July.
A Barkingside man who lived at a Barnardo's home when he was six-months-old and seriously ill has launched a campaign to encourage people to volunteer at the charity's shops to help support vulnerable children and young people.
Essex Freemasons have joined with charity Lifelites for a 3,000 mile journey across Britain - part of a nationwide fundraising challenge to ensure that 700 terminally ill and disabled children receive the specialist care they need.