Features

Street signs: part I

Written by Steve Wilks and Scott Wilding Tuesday, 03 October 2017

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The streets of Wanstead and across Redbridge need more attention, says Steve Wilks and Scott Wilding as they take a look at the findings of the Redbridge Streets Commission in the first of two articles

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Tom & the old Joanna

Written by Tom Carradine Monday, 02 October 2017

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Since Tom Carradine launched his cockney singalong in 2014 he has rapidly become a fixture on the UK's thriving vintage scene. This month, he performs in Wanstead for the Mayor of Redbridge's charity appeal

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Beyond the garden

Written by Barbara Sampson Monday, 02 October 2017

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This month, Barbara Sampson will be displaying her garden-inspired paintings at Wanstead House as part of Essex Art Club's annual exhibition

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Talking language

Written by Jane Grell Sunday, 01 October 2017

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As Black History Month gets underway with a number of events taking place in local libraries, Jane Grell looks at the evolution of Caribbean languages and defends the use of Creole

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Thought for food (part III)

Written by Roz Kara Saturday, 30 September 2017

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In the third of a series of articles, Wanstead resident Roz Kara, founder of the Elated Eating campaign, looks at some of the vegetables you can plant now and enjoy throughout winter

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High Road robbery

Written by Nat Pabla Tuesday, 26 September 2017

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Wanstead residents know only too well what it's like to lose a local police station. With Woodford station now under threat as part of the Mayor of London's plans to save £400m by 2020, South Woodford resident Nat Pabla is seeking neighbourly support to help save the High Road station

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Goodbye, friend

Written by Friends of Wanstead Parklands Tuesday, 26 September 2017

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Stuart Monro, who died in early September, was a videographer and founder of the campaign for Wanstead Park. Friends of Wanstead Parklands members explain why the important work Stuart did will live on

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A weekly highlight: part III

Written by Ruth Adams Friday, 22 September 2017

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Ruth Adams recently visited the Wanstead and Woodford Association for the Blind, a Thursday afternoon club for those with poor sight. In the third of a series of articles, Ruth talks to member Andy Bishop

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Young and vulnerable

Written by PCSO Alan Winston Wednesday, 20 September 2017

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Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) takes many forms and not necessarily in ways that people readily think of, says PCSO Alan Winston of the Wanstead Safer Neighbourhoods Team

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Pay gap pay back

Written by Stephen Watmore Tuesday, 19 September 2017

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There have been two significant recent developments for women in the workplace, says Stephen Watmore, head of employment law at local solicitors Wiseman Lee

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