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Fair trading

The primary purpose of this type of legislation is to ensure 'truthfulness of trade' thus preventing consumers being misled during contractual negotiations for goods and services.

Family activity: Map-making

Map making: come along to this half-term workshop where you'll get the chance to create your own map of the local area, inspired by photographs and maps from the archives. Led by artist Virginia Hawke, this workshop is for children between the ages of 5 and 10 years accompanied by a parent or carer, although younger and older siblings are welcome. Free, advance booking required.

Family Information Service

Tower Hamlets Family Information Service (FIS) provides free, impartial information and advice on childcare as well as general information on a wide range of services for children, young people, parents and families


FAQ listing


faq search results


Nationality Checking Service Fees

Festival of Communities

QMUL is hosting a two day festival of activities, stalls and family-friendly fun, exploring learning and living together in Tower Hamlets, in partnership with many local organisations. It is being held across two sites: Stepney Green Park (Saturday 20 May) and the QMUL main campus in Mile End (Sunday 21 May).

Find a sport or activity

Find a sporting activity in the borough

Find your local services

Use our maps to help you get around the borough

Fire safety in schools

Under the requirements of the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety order (RRFSO) 2005, the responsible person for the premises must ensure that a fire safety risk assessment is completed for the building and kept under review
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