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Friday, July 5, 2013
The borough’s first Community Games kicked off today with a competition involving 650 schoolchildren.
Day one of the event saw 48 teams compete in eight different events at SportHouse and the Mayesbrook Athletics Arena.
There was also a renaming of the arena, which is now to be known as the Jim Peters Stadium, in memory of Dagenham’s famous athletics export who ran the first sub-two hour 20 minute marathon.
Tomorrow the Games continue but are open to families.
The Community Games comes after the council withdrew from the London Youth Games last year.
The Post is a media partner of the event.
The dead body of a 21-year-old man was found in the grounds of a Barking church on Saturday.
An architecture student from Dagenham could become a garden household name after winning an international competition to design the conservatory of the future.
Scotland’s decision to remain within the United Kingdom has seen calls for people to come together a little closer to home.
It’s that time of year again, when you’re allowed to heartily indulge your instinct to have a good nosey around and no one will think twice about it.