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Moon Fish employee
Fishy business! Barking fish monger, Moon Fish, fined £13k at court

A viral video that showed an employee smashing frozen fish onto the pavement has resulted in the fish monger being found guilty at court and being fined thousands of pounds.

Lost Hours
Youth violence crackdown! Barking and Dagenham parents told to know what their kids are up to during the summer holidays

Barking and Dagenham Council has partnered with the Ben Kinsella Trust to relaunch its hard-hitting campaign, ‘Lost Hours’, to crack down on youth violence and antisocial behaviour during the summer holidays.

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Bon appetit - young entrepreneurs and local food companies celebrated with council’s Food Enterprise Fair

Locally grown veg, fruit and flowers were just some of the beautiful produce available to punters at a recent food fair in Barking.

The Food Enterprise Fair was organised by the council and saw local students and food vendors given free stalls on Barking Market to sell their delicious and healthy grub.

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Pen to Print Presents: Ramadan Mubarak with Tharik Hussain
Pen to Print Presents: Ramadan Mubarak with Tharik Hussain

Wednesday, 27th March 2024, 2.00pm to3.30pm
Have you ever wondered why millions of Muslims observe the holy month of Ramadan each year?

Join Tharik Hussain for an inspiring afternoon as he describes Ramadan and its key principles as well as offering the religion-historical context to make clear why the month is so significant to Muslims beyond the popular perception, i.e. the key historical events that have taken place in the month.

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Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday 30th March
Tuesday 2nd – Thursday 4th April
Saturday 6th April
Tuesday 9th – Thursday 11th April
Saturday 13th April

10am – 4pm (Museum closed between 12pm – 1pm daily)

Look high, look low and have an eggcellent time trying to find the hidden Easter eggs in Valence House to claim your sweetie prize.

Suitable for ages 3 and up. FREE. Drop in.

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Easter Farm

Wednesday 3rd April 2024

11am – 4pm

Come and meet some of the newest additions to Gemma’s Farm and take part in animal themed activities.

FREE. Drop in.