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Docklands & East London Advertiser, The
Waltham Forest Echo
Toynbee Hall returns to Whitechapel roots following renovation work
1 HR AGO - The world’s first university settlement is returning to its original home in Whitechapel Expand
Singing and socialising
22 HRS AGO - Shelly Berry talks to Choir17 founder Rosie Dow When I heard about Choir17 around this time last Expand
DLR still part-suspended after entire line goes down during rush hour
2 DAYS AGO - Parts of the DLR are still suspended after the entire line went down this morning.
Floating church on a barge gets Bishop of Stepney’s ‘Holy Water’ blessing
2 DAYS AGO - Parishioners joined faith and civic leaders on a canal barge yesterday to get the Bishop of Expand
Bethnal Green garden society chairman urges council to ban ‘cancer-causing’ weedkiller
3 DAYS AGO - A ‘carcinogenic’ weedkiller should be banned, according to a garden society chairman.
200 artists throw open their doors to mark 50 years of ‘Space’
5 DAYS AGO - Artists are throwing open their studio doors to the public in east London this weekend as part of Expand
EU citizens get Tower Hamlets Council assurances about staying after Brexit
6 DAYS AGO - A Brexit ‘roadshow’ advice session for EU citizens living in Tower Hamlets is being Expand
Stepney-born The Who and Small Faces drummer Kenney Jones to recount life in rock and roll
6 DAYS AGO - Sex, drugs and rock and roll are recounted with brutal honesty as former The Who drummer Kenney Expand
Delays on the c2c between Barking and Fenchurch Street
22 HRS AGO - Rail users face misery with c2c trains delayed due to an object getting caught on overhead wires.
Sports charity praised for making a difference to young peoples lives in Tower Hamlets
1 DAY AGO - A sports charity which is working with schools to improve the lives of young people from Expand
Art campaign launched by ‘Columbia Road Cartel’ to tackle drug dealing in Bethnal Green
1 DAY AGO - An anti-drugs street art campaign has appeared in and around Columbia road, Bethnal Green.
Brexit Commissioner for Tower Hamlets calls for vote on ‘jewel’ of Victoria Park
2 DAYS AGO - Calls on the public today to vote in another referendum are being made by Tower Hamlets Expand
Snakes alive! Slithery reptile found in street in ‘Slimehouse’ rescued by RSPCA
3 DAYS AGO - A snake found stuck in a mousetrap in the street in Limehouse has been rescued by the RSPCA, the Expand
Well connected
3 DAYS AGO - In her regular column on life at The Mill, Helen Bigham makes connections with the community No Expand
Rotherhithe Tunnel closed all weekend
5 DAYS AGO - The Rotherhithe Tunnel will be closed this weekend.
Rainhearts come together and raise more than £2,500 to replace stolen community van
6 DAYS AGO - Rainham residents have come together to raise more than £2,500 to replace a stolen van Expand
Archive library offers chance to find out if your ancestor was an East End suffragette
6 DAYS AGO - A family history event is being staged to help anyone who thinks their ancestors may have been Expand
No Place for Hate campaign in Tower Hamlets wins an award
22 HRS AGO - Tower Hamlets Council has scooped an award for is work to tackle hatred, intolerance and prejudice Expand
Tower Hamlets Council seeking views on waste and green issues
1 DAY AGO - A meeting has been set up for people to have their say on how to help the environment.
Open House London 2018: A guide to participating buildings in Tower Hamlets
1 DAY AGO - Historic, innovative and quirky buildings across Tower Hamlets are set to open their doors for one Expand
Mary Hassell: Rabbi welcomes senior coroner’s new faiths-friendly protocol to replace unpopular ‘cab-rank’ policy
2 DAYS AGO - Senior coroner Mary Hassell has today unveiled the new policy that will dictate how her office Expand
Mayor opens ‘financial health’ centre to help families with Universal Credit
3 DAYS AGO - A financial ‘health centre’ is being opened today to help families struggling to make Expand
Church hall of fame
5 DAYS AGO - Music Halls Project launches second venue in Waltham Forest This autumn an exciting new project Expand
Aldgate spa loses licence after claims that workers offered sexual services
5 DAYS AGO - A spa in Aldgate where a masseuse allegedly told an undercover investigator she liked men who Expand
Victoria Park Singers recruiting new choir members without audition
6 DAYS AGO - A choir that takes on new members without auditions is recruiting for its Christmas concert Expand