Beckton hospice to screen children’s films
A children’s hospice will be hosting its annual “Oscars” event on Saturday.
It will be the fifth such event for Richard House Children’s Hospice in Beckton.
The glittering award ceremony will include a viewing of films that have been created over the past year by children and young adults at the hospice, and their siblings.
They are members of the hospice’s Living Films club, where they learn to produce their own short movies.
Children, young adults and their families are among those invited together with an, as yet, unconfirmed celebrity.
You may also want to watch:
The hospice provides care and services to children with life-limiting, life-threatening and complex healthcare conditions and their families.
Many of the children who use the hospice are not expected to reach adulthood and they enjoy a wide variety of experiences at Richard House.
- 1 East Ham cannabis farm raided by police
- 2 'It's about safety': Manor Park neighbours urge council to crack down on pavement parking
- 3 Start Me Up: Rolling Stones legend Ronnie Wood opens studio in Canning Town for budding musicians
- 4 Bus crashes into lamp post in Stratford
- 5 Jailed: 'Violent' Beckton man who threatened to chop off ex-partner's head
- 6 Roof destroyed by fire in Upton Park
- 7 Guilty: Who was jailed across east London in July?
- 8 Free climber scales Stratford skyscraper for climate change awareness
- 9 Transfer round-up: Leyton Orient bring in eight as departures find new clubs
- 10 Meet the weight-loss runner using Newham as a canvas