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A CHARITY event involving poets and musicians will be held at the Oaktree Bistro in Leigh to raise money for Havens Hospice.

The event is being held in honour of Cindy March, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2002, and has been arranged by bosses at the restaurant alongside Sarah Murray, a friend of Cindy.

On the night, there will be performances from local band The Dirty Fairies, Stu Bailey from new act White Raven Down, Wendy Morgan with Ukeledes, singer Darren Jones and poet Cherry Scott.

Sarah, who went to school with Cindy, 40, said she had only recently found out that Cindy's cancer had returned.

She said: “It is terminal and has spread to her lu... read on

FAMILIES, charities, churches, schools, businesses, clubs or societies, are invited to join in with the east London Christmas tree festival. 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 SECOND half goal from Ollie Palmer broke brave Concord Rangers’ resistance, as Sky Bet League Two Mansfield Town progressed from this hard fought FA Cup first round replay.
A record Aspect Arena crowd of 1,537 braved the wet weather to witness what had been dubbed the biggest game in Concord’s history.
Conditions certainly made the surface treacherous.
But in a frantic first half as the players displayed plenty of endeavour but little in the way of expansive football.
Indeed, it was the non-leaguers who shaded the opening half, and they should have grabbed the lead when Lewis Taffee seized on some hesitant goalkeeping from Sascha Studer, only for Liam Mar... read on

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



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