A daredevil teenager who abseiled down one of the capital's tallest skyscrapers to fundraise and raise awareness for autism is this week's Recorder/Rotary Young Citizen nominee.
A teenager from Newbury Park who hopes to help end knife crime and youth violence after being selected for the UK's first degree in "social change" is this week's Recorder/Rotary Young Citizen Nominee.
A university student from Ilford who designed a self-stabilising spoon inspired by his family friend who has a severe hand tremor is this week's Recorder/Rotary Young Citizen nominee.
A teenager from Goodmayes who will be one of the youngest designers to showcase her designs on the catwalk at London Fashion Week is this week's Recorder/Rotary Young Citizen nominee.
A student with learning difficulties who defied the odds by scoring above and beyond his and his teacher's expectations in his GCSE exams is this week's Recorder/Rotary Young Citizen nominee.
This week's Recorder/Rotary Young Citizen nominees went the distance when they took part in a Race for Life and together raised more than £1,500 for charity.
A young South Woodford church member who raised nearly £800 for a homeless day centre in Ilford after cycling 30 kilometres from Hertfordshire to London is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
Do you know a young person in the borough using their skills and talents for the good of the community? Are they involved in charity work to help the less fortunate?
A 10-year-old who was crowned the borough's Young Citizen of the Year 2018 for her voluntary work at a care home has been honoured by an international volunteer group.
A 10-year-old who volunteers at a care home, is a Dementia Friend and has saved up pocket money to buy clothes and toiletries for the homeless is this year's Young Citizen of the Year.
A pair of 15-year-old twins from Chadwell Heath who have been passing on their basketball skills as volunteer coaches are this week's Young Citizen nominees.
As we prepare to welcome 2019, The Recorder takes a look at the first six months of the past year, and the biggest stories we have reported on. Tomorrow we'll take a look at the second half of 2018.
A 14-year-old trekker who raised more than £2,000 by traversing the capital is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
An Ilford 14-year-old who overcame loneliness by writing a 700-page epic tale dealing with the subject of mental health is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
A 10-year-old Woodford Green student who has just published her very first book is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
A tireless 13-year-old trekker from Chigwell who raised more than £1,000 for charity by touring the lavatories of London is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
An aspiring musician who has overcome his own special learning needs to teach the basics of Judaism to children is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
A talented 23-year-old singer who has volunteered her time to unite two of the borough's Jewish choirs is this week's Young Citizen.
A 10-year-old volunteer who raised more than £1,000 for a care home is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
A 16-year-old volunteer who has overcome being bullied and is now campaigning stamp it out across the country is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
A 16-year-old who overcame dyslexia and is working to make Jewish Saturday school inclusive for children with learning difficulties is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
An Ilford eight-year-old who volunteers monthly to help feed rough sleepers and donated £70 of her birthday money to buy them food is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
A driven and ambitious Kantor King Solomon pupil who worked incredibly hard to complete her Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) Award is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
A 15-year-old who volunteers to help feed Ilford's rough sleepers and help primary school pupils learn to read is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
A courageous 11-year-old who muzzled an "out-of-control" dog after it mauled four of his playmates - two of whom were taken to hospital - is this week's Young Citizen nominee.
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