This is a sponsored article on behalf of London City Airport.
The latest episode in our video series with London City Airport takes us to the eastern-most edge of the capital, the Essex-bordering borough of Havering. This time, our efforts to show off the bits of London that don't get nearly enough attention brought us to one of London's last surviving windmills, a state-of-the-art leisure centre, and an incredibly picturesque conservation village.
"Havering's geography makes it completely unique across London, we're at the gateway to East Anglia, and to Essex, but we're also very much part of London", says Councillor Damian White, Leader of Havering Council.
"So we have the outdoors, the open spaces that you would typically find much further away from the capital, but also the transportation that enables our residents to get into central London as well, so we've got the best of both worlds."