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STAFF and clients from Havering Mind are fearful for the future of the organisation.
The charity has had almost half its government funding removed from December 31 when the Havering Clinical Commissioning Group starts using an alternative service provider.
The cut will mean the loss of its community wellbeing service.
The services reduces isolation, which can be a major cause of depression.
Julia Turner from Havering Mind said: “This service under pins everything we do – it is at the heart of the everything we do. “It is this social interaction and inclusion that is a vital part of an individual’s journey to recovery. “The service provides activities a... read on
read on...THIS is one of the men wanted in connection with a brutal gang attack on a woman in Dilkes Park, South Ockendon.
A MAN has been left with serious injuries to one of his hands after he was abducted on Southend seafront and then beaten up. read on...
AN efit of a man who tried to abduct a woman has been released by detectives. read on...
COUNCIL leaders have condemned the actions of vandals who defaced a major memorial to brave Southend residents who lost their lives in the two world wars. read on...
THE 'curse' of the manager of the month award struck as Phil Brown's Shrimpers suffered defeat at the newly-promoted Hatters on Saturday.
Having lost to Morecambe the previous weekend, and with Brown having collected his award, he was let down by sloppiness at the back, as the Hatters bagged maximum points, from Alex Lawless and Mark Cullen first-half strikes.
Despite a bright start with Shaquile Coulthirst and Kevan Hurst causing the improving Luton problems down the flanks, it was poor defending that allowed Scott Griffiths a clear path to find the unmarked Lawless, who netted with a fine chip on 17 minutes.
Southend went totally 'flat' thereafter, but it took... read on
Leyton Orient earned east London bragging rights after a Jay Simpson double put them into the quarter-finals on Tuesday night. read on...
WEST Ham United comfortably brushed aside former manager Harry Redknapp’s hapless Queen’s Park Rangers at Upton Park on Sunday to move into the top half of the Barclays Premier League. read on...
Leyton Orient are still without a home win after Swindon taught the struggling, managerless east Londoners a footballing lesson on Saturday. read on...
Braintree Town let a first half lead slip in their Vanarama Conference Premier Division match at much fancied Gateshead. read on...
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