After only a few days after being at Ardleigh Green Junior School, the chicken eggs have hatched. Picture used with permission from Ardleigh Green Junior School On Day 2 there…
Last night James Smith from Upminster wowed the audience with his rendition of ‘Crazy’ by Gnarls Barkley. He won the phone vote to go straight through to the finals
Barry Kirk talks about this year’s Queen’s Community Musical, ‘Paper Planes’, a tribute to a young World War One Royal Flying Corp officer, flying from Suttons Farm, who was first to shoot down a German Airship on a bombing run over London.
A work programme completer with mental health issues finds meaningful employment
GODSPELL IS A MAGNIFICENT REFLECTION ON THE ORIGINAL BIBLICAL TEXT, with emphasis on loving both your neighbour and enemy alike and that things are not always as they seem. The night did not require conversion to any creed but simply understanding.
Despite one or two mistakes ‘What the Butler Saw’ was an enjoyable experience and passed the 5 laugh test by far
ST GEORGE’S HOSPITAL WAS CLOSED in October 2012 after a legionella bacteria was discovered on one of the wards. The hospital has a long history and it is sad that it had to close. But there is promise for the future, with assurance from Havering CGG that a new facility is to be built on site