Redbridge council

An Ilford cafe owner has been prosecuted as part of a Redbridge council crackdown on shisha venues flouting the law.

Redbridge Town Hall will be shining pink and blue this week in support of parents who have suffered the devastation of child loss.

Around 80 people had their say on what to include in a legal definition of Islamophobia at London-wide consultation in Hainault.

An elderly couple were left in shock after their hatchback was involved in a crash with a council “spy car” yesterday.

Hainault golfers are outraged at a hike in admission fees – made in breach of a lease agreement – which they claim is excluding junior and elderly players.

Festival organisers have hit out at Redbridge council after reduced funding has forced them to relocate to a smaller site.

From school performances to artist exhibitions, the borough’s Sikh community was at the heart of Mayor of London’s Vaisakhi celebrations this weekend.

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan called May 3’s local election “the most important in our lifetime” as he gave a speech to Labour activists and candidates in Barkingside today (April 26).

Redbridge council now have a legal duty to offer more help to people at risk of homelessness.

1998: A fire ripped through a Redbridge teenager’s bedroom after she inhaled incense in a bizarre attempt to increase her brain power.

With temperatures plummeting below zero, Redbridge residents are coming together to help the borough’s most vulnerable.

Redbridge residents will be paying £73.89 more in Council Tax next year after councillors agreed a rise of 5pc at a council meeting last night (Thursday, February 22).


The Exchange in Ilford has added a state-of-the-art, Savannah-themed play area, with hand painted animal sculptures, to its brand new family zone, designed by American creative agency Playtime

Are you an unpaid carer aged 25 or over? Are you interested in working towards getting into or back into work? Do you need practical help and support to get ready for this big step? If your answer is yes to at least two of these questions read on.

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