Features

Wanstead on show (part III)

Written by Jon Fentiman Saturday, 01 September 2018

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In the third of a series of articles looking at the annual phenomenon that is the Wanstead Fringe, Jon Fentiman, organiser of Wanstead's regular comedy nights, introduces an ambitious Fringe line-up

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Handling the heat

Written by Pranav Bhanot Friday, 31 August 2018

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Local solicitors Wiseman Lee have received an unprecedented number of questions in recent months about whether an employee can go home if it gets too hot at work. Pranav Bhanot reports

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Negligence by non-communication

Written by Julie Aldred Saturday, 25 August 2018

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Local solicitors Wiseman Lee recently won a High Court victory for a young family with important implications for all patients needing treatment where communication is paramount. Julie Aldred reports

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Amicable options part IV

Written by Sonia Limbada Monday, 20 August 2018

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In the fourth of a series of articles looking at the issues surrounding divorce, local resident and divorce consultant Sonia Limbada explains how separating couples can minimise the impact on their children

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The learning business

Written by Emma Sullivan Saturday, 11 August 2018

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As assistant headteacher at Wanstead High School, Emma Sullivan is in charge of careers provision, and she is keen to seek the support of local businesses in preparing her students for the world of work

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Igniting inspiration

Written by Jef Page Wednesday, 08 August 2018

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Our capital city has drawn artists from all over the world to portray its famous river. Join historian Jef Page this month to hear about those for whom the Thames has been a source of delight and artistic inspiration

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Wanstead on show (part II)

Written by Giles Wilson Monday, 06 August 2018

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In the second of a series of articles looking at the annual phenomenon that is the Wanstead Fringe, Giles Wilson talks about The Secret Garden, a theatre performance that will be topping the bill this year

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Life and drawing

Written by Chris Thomas Friday, 03 August 2018

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Chris Thomas will be displaying some of his portraits at two Wanstead venues this month and next. Here, the local artist explains the importance of direct observation

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Wild Wanstead part V

Written by Alex Deverill Friday, 03 August 2018

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In the fifth of a series of articles charting the Wild Wanstead project – which aims to transform Wanstead into a multi-garden nature reserve – Alex Deverill explains why suburbia is at the frontline in the battle to save Britain's pollinators

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Entries on a…

Written by Eugene Coyle Thursday, 02 August 2018

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Regardless of whether you consider yourself to be arty, Eugene Coyle invites you all to be part of a postcard exhibition during next month's Art Trail Wanstead

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