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Jon Cruddas MP supports tackling fuel poverty in Dagenham

Feb 13, 2017

On Friday 10th Jon Cruddas MP visited Ibscott Close in Dagenham to see the progress of the insulation works being carried out, and to speak with residents. Jon was joined by the Deputy Leader of the Council, Dominic Twomey and local Village Ward councillors Margaret Mullane, and Phil Waker.

The properties on Ibscott Close are currently receiving cavity insulation as a result of the Warm Homes campaign being run by national fuel poverty charity, National Energy Action (NEA). 

Dovers Farm Estate Green

Jul 29, 2016

Green spaces are at the heart of every community. They represent a space where people have precedence, a space where they are free from cars and concrete, where the eye is drawn to trees and skylines, not concrete and glass. A safe space for children to play, families to congregate, converse and communities to learn about each other.

Leys Children's Centre receives Outstanding from Ofsted

Feb 05, 2014

Between April 2010 and June 2013 Ofsted the official body for inspecting schools embarked on a review of children’s centres up and down the country. Out of 152 areas and over 1750 centres inspected, the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham came out on top as providing the best services. Nearly a year on, Ofsted have returned and the latest inspection saw the Leys Children’s Centre in Dagenham Village achieve yet another Outstanding.

Remembrance Sunday (11.11.2012)

Nov 20, 2012

Remembrance Sunday (11.11.2012) in Dagenham Village

Remembrance Sunday this year in Dagenham Village saw a fantastic turnout, with the Mayor of Barking and Dagenham, Anthony Ramsey in attendance alongside local MP Jon Cruddas. The local ward Councillors were also present amongst a host of veterans, members of the Royal British Legion, the Dagenham Girl Pipers and many local residents.

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