Features

Taking credit

Written by Ed Flack Friday, 06 July 2012

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Ahead of a series of financial awareness workshops taking place at Wanstead House later this year, WizeUp consultant Ed Flack offers some credit card management advice

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A wild summer

Written by Tricia Moxey and Tim Harris Wednesday, 04 July 2012

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This month Tricia Moxey will be leading an evening wildflower walk in the local area on behalf of the Wren Wildlife Group, while Tim Harris will be looking for butterflies and dragonflies in Wanstead Park

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Such good sports

Written by Donna Mizzi Tuesday, 03 July 2012

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People in Wanstead will be able to enjoy Olympic-related art on their doorstep this month, reports local art trail organiser Donna Mizzi

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Message in a book

Written by the editor Monday, 02 July 2012

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Jill White, the manager of the Oxfam Books and Music shop on Wanstead High Street, reports on this month's Bookfest, the charity's annual celebration of all things literary

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Spotlight on Stratford

Written by Luke Williams Sunday, 01 July 2012

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One Wanstead resident has been anticipating the arrival of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games more than most. As one of the 26 torchbearers who will carry the Olympic Flame through Redbridge this month, Luke Williams is ready for action

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Music in Wanstead Park

Written by Mike Walton Sunday, 01 July 2012

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Ahead of this month's Music in Wanstead Park, which takes place on Saturday 7 July, Mike Walton introduces the line-up of music performers

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Staging the music

Written by the editor Friday, 29 June 2012

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Gill James, one of the many volunteer organisers of Music in Wanstead Park, explains what it takes to stage this popular community event, which has been promoting local musical talent since the year 2000

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For the record

Written by the editor Friday, 29 June 2012

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Forest School in Snaresbrook has experienced an exciting journey in the run up to the Olympics, culminating in a world record attempt next week. Sandy Nicholls from the school's Olympic committee reports

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Too much goodness?

Written by Karen Poole Sunday, 10 June 2012

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From acai berry capsules to zinc tablets, there are a vast array of food supplements available, but Wanstead-based nutritionist Karen Poole explains how they can sometimes do more harm than good

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Community training

Written by Noel Germishuizen Saturday, 09 June 2012

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Personal trainer Noel Germishuizen challenges his clients to be better versions of the people they are. Here he explains the social side of his group training methods

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