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FAMILIES, charities, churches, schools, businesses, clubs or societies, are invited to join in with the east London Christmas tree festival.

The festival, now in its third year, takes place on December 13 and 14.

Organisers of the festival said the idea is for each organisation to bring a tree – fresh or artificial, decorated in any way, to be part of a huge Christmas tree showcase.

Jacquie Pierre who is a senior soldier at the Salvation Army said: “Trees can be decorated in a traditional style or one to reflect a business or activity. “The only limit is your imagination.”

“Trees may be decorated at the hall, or arrive ready decorated. Power will be available... read on

A COMMUNITY room has been hailed as a 'fantastic success' just six months after it opened. read on...
CHRISTMAS shoppers will be able to get advice from the police who will be manning a temporary pop-up shop in the Liberty retail centre over the festive period. read on...
A NEW banking protocol has saved a Havering's resident £7,800 this year. read on...
A ONCE popular community centre faces an uncertain future because former users claim there is nowhere to park. read on...




Mauro Milanese's Leyton Orient finally ended their home hoodoo with a trouncing of the rock-bottom Railwaymen last Saturday.

Gianvito Plasmati and Chris Dagnall sent the east Londoners on their way with a first-half one-two, before Dean Cox and David Mooney made sure of the points. Anthony Grant's superb strike proved only a consolation.

But, Orient endured a shaky start with Harry Davis nodding a presentable chance over, before Elliot Omozusi cleared a Callum Saunders' effort from under his own goal frame.

With man-of-the match, Dagnall and Plasmati linking up well - though - Orient always looked threatening and the imposing former Serie A hitman bagged the ope... read on

THERE was a mixed bag of results as the region’s Vanarama Conference clubs returned to the bread and butter of the league after last week’s cup adventures. read on...
Leyton Orient find themselves in the League One drop zone, after sloppy defending cost them a much-needed win at the ten-man Gills on Saturday. read on...
FA Youth Cup First Round. read on...
Concord Rangers chairman Antony Smith was left fuming when his sides’ FA Cup tie at League Two Mansfield Town was postponed just ninety minutes before the kick-off. read on...


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