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HUNDREDS of animals could face slaughter if a local animal sanctuary shuts.

More than 100,000 people have signed a petition to keep Hopefield Animal Sanctuary open.

The sanctuary looks after around 300 animals, many of whom were shaking and nervous when they were admitted to the sanctuary as they had been beaten or cruely treated.

But with Hopefield staffs' tender loving care, the animals, including a variety of breeds of dogs, cats, rabbits, cows, sheep, goats, horses and donkeys, have begun to trust humans once again. Hopefield bosses David and Lianne Schlaich run the site.

David said: “We could try to rehome a few animals but most of them would have ... read on

TOWIE star Harry Derbidge has pledged his support for Havering and Brentwood's Bereavement Society. read on...
AN ambitious £2million scheme to radically revamp a Collier Row estate is on the cards. read on...
A FIFTY-three-year-old man has been convicted for dumping a large steel drum full of dog mess near Upper Rainham Road in Hornchurch. read on...
THOUSANDS of shoppers and office workers fled Romford town centre on Friday after an army bomb squad blew up a suspicious-looking package. read on...




Leyton Orient slipped back into the League One drop zone, last Saturday, after slumping at their fellow strugglers - who enjoyed their first home League win since October.

Gavin Massey and Kaspars Gorkss eased the U's to a comfortable win - but had Elliott Hewitt red-carded with five minutes remaining.

To compound their woes, the O's had a perfectly good-looking Chris Dagnall goal disallowed and got no joy from four penalty claims either side of the break - frustrating the 1777 travelling supporters.

Fabio Liverani once again rang the changes. The gaffer gave debuts to loan signings, full-back Neal Eardley - from Birmingham City - who started alongside Swansea w... read on

Goals from Ryan Leonard and Joe Pigott earned Southend United three priceless Sky Bet League Two points on the road as Blues edged out Portsmouth in a pulsating clash at Fratton Park. read on...
PHIL Brown's Shrimpers are only two places off the top three after the ten men - due to Gary Deegan's first-half sending off - staged a magnificent second-half comeback. read on...
IT was a classic case of a ‘game of two halves’ as goals after the break from Andy Carroll, Morgan Amalfitano and Stewart Downing earned West Ham United three priceless Barclays Premier League points against struggling Hull City at Upton Park. read on...
Leyton Orient gained a battling point in their Sky Bet League One survival battle before live TV cameras on Friday evening in a frozen Lancashire. read on...



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