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(Placename) a borough of NE Greater London, formed in 1965 from Romford and Hornchurch (both previously in Essex). Pop: 224 600 (2003 est). Area: 120 sq km (46 sq miles)


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a borough of Greater London, England. 237,200.
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Zeppelin just down in Essex, four aeroplanes between here and Romford.
Route 5 runs between Canning Town and Romford Market every 6-7 minutes Monday to Saturday during the day and every 8-10 minutes in the evenings and Sunday daytimes.
SLOVAKIAN import forward Juraj Huska led the charge for National Ice Hockey League leaders Romford Raiders against a weakened Cardiff Devils team in South One.
THERE was a triple deadheat at Romford dogs last week.
The dinner is being sponsored by Romford MP Andrew Rosindell whose secretary confirmed that he was sponsoring the event "as we would do with any other Romford-based business".
All the action from this evening's meeting at the Romford Greyhound Stadium, which includes the Romford Gold Cup and the Romford Classic Shield races.
Facey Romford is part of that new order, and the novel bearing his name, Mr.
is what Owen Williams said in his letter (March 4) which is, Thank goodness, he's living in Romford.
Cardiff were edged out 4-3 at home by Romford Raiders, who have a 100 per cent record after seven NIHL matches this season.
CASSIDY Coventry Blaze Head Coach Paul Thompson has announced that back-up netminder Steve Fone will spend the forthcoming season on loan at English Premier League team Romford Raiders.
Latest figures show Ilford (IG) and Romford (RM) are two of the hottest postcodes for scoops of pounds 50,000-plus.
THE Queen,perhaps better known in Romford as the ``Baked Bean'', today visited the land of Cockney rhyming slang.