Romford MP and Council Leader celebrate Essex day as the Essex flag flies over Havering.


The Essex flag was flown over the Town Hall yesterday to celebrate ‘Essex Day’, October 26th.

The Romford MP Andrew Rosindell alongside Havering’s Leader of the Council, Councillor Damian White were at the flag raising ceremony to mark the special occasion.

Mr Rosindell said : “Havering Town Hall today proudly flies the flag of the County of Essex, the historic county to which we are proud to belong, marking Essex Day.

“In Romford our Essex identity remains as strong as ever. Through history, geography, cultural, sporting, military, wildlife conservation and a multitude of social connections, the importance of Romford and Havering being part of Essex is something we should all take enormous pride in. We may not fall under Essex County Council but we remain part of the overall historic County of Essex and being a Greater London Borough does not change that.

“Let’s all be proud of the great English County of Essex and celebrate our cherished county heritage.”

Mr Rosindell MP with the Essex Flag to mark Essex Day yesterday.

2 thoughts on “Romford MP and Council Leader celebrate Essex day as the Essex flag flies over Havering.

  • 27th October 2020 at 1:29 pm
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    How to proud it is to see the great flag of the County of Essex flying above the Havering Town Hall. It is absolutely right that we should all be proud of our great English County and celebrate our cherished county heritage too. Shame we can’t say the same about those who ‘run’ the Havering Council. What is more noticeable in the articles, is the lack of comments from the Council Leader, Mr White, but then, maybe he’s said too much already? Perhaps, by keeping quiet, Mr White is hoping the Gerrymandering scandal will blow over. Not if some people can help it.

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  • 1st November 2020 at 11:21 am
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    Havering simply is not in Essex. End of.

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