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Havering Council are warning party revellers to be on their best behaviour in the run up to Christmas, or face being banned from the town.
The ‘banned from one – banned from all’ scheme is part of a range of community safety measures – which will include extra nights of taxi marshalls – and a triage service to treat minor injuries.
The council say they’ll continue working along with the police and club owners to target the trouble makers. Currently 471 people have been banned from clubs and bars since the start of the scheme in 2010.
Councillor Geoff Starns says the effective radio link system means if you cause problems in one establishment, you are unlike to be allowed into another.
Inspiring long-term active lifestyles for children in East London and Essex, is one of the aims of a new register of sports coaches, being launched today.
The Childrens Activity Professional Register is a multi-parter scheme, helping schools ensure physical activity staff are correctly qualified to give children the right levels of coaching.
Register Operations Manager for Skills Active, Greg Small, says the register should help schools select the best qualified coaches.
Havering’s experimenting with a new form of agriculture, as a team of horses are brought in to help manage the borough’s woodlands.
A team of Suffolk Punch’s are here for a six day trial, in a bid to breathe new life into local green spaces.
There’s a chance for residents to find out more – and watch the work of the Suffolk Punchs – at Havering Country Park today, between 10am and 3pm.
Cabinet Member for Culture -Towns and Communities – Councillor Andrew Curtin – says the idea is bringing more than the obvious green benefits to the borough.