July 25 2014 Latest news:
The unheard message of the First World War is spreading throughout Newham.
The dazzling colours and vibrant sounds of a Brazilian carnival captivated the thousands who enjoyed this year’s record-breaking Mayor’s Newham Show.
Children swapped desks for battlefield trenches and planted poppy seeds in an event that turned the clock back 100 years to the First World War.
As memories of the First World War fade more and more as the years go by, Elliot Taylor decided the “heroic efforts” of soldiers must be kept alive.
African artefacts dating back to the First World War were brought to life in a series of animated documentaries created by students from Cumberland School.
If you’re interested in finding out about the legacy of the London 2012 Olympics or the impact of Zeppelin raids on the East End during the First World War then head to Stratford.
To commemorate the centenary of the start of World War One, West Ham Park will be hosting a ‘Poppies for Peace’ event on Saturday.
The memoirs of a Plaistow man’s life in the Royal Navy during the First World War have been immortalised in a book.
Newham Council is commemorating the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy by flying the Armed Forces Day flag alongside the Union flag from its Town Halls in Stratford and East Ham.
A group of east London painters which flourished in the early 20th century is being celebrated in a new exhibition.