Features

Read to Succeed part II

Written by Steve Wilks Saturday, 16 September 2017

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In the second of two articles, Steve Wilks, a director trustee at Vision RCL, examines the importance of libraries and how both Redbridge Council and Vision RCL are responding to their changing role in society

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Where there's muck

Written by Steve Wilks Wednesday, 13 September 2017

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Steve Wilks examines the benefits of composting, a novel and cheap way of disposing of your green waste that helps you, your garden and the environment

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Beauty in society

Written by Eliyah Qureshi Monday, 11 September 2017

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Eliyah Qureshi, who will be exhibiting her work during this month's Art Trail Wanstead, talks about finding beauty in society

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Art and chance

Written by Carne Griffiths Sunday, 10 September 2017

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Chance played a part in Carne Griffiths' journey into the world of art and continues to play a part in the unique paintings he now creates, some of which will be on show during this month's Art Trail Wanstead

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20/20 Wanstead vision part IX

Written by Scott Wilding Saturday, 09 September 2017

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This year, the Wanstead Society celebrates its 20th anniversary. In the ninth of a series of articles, Chairman Scott Wilding prepares for a busy month of community activities, campaigning and celebrating

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Death, taxes and myths

Written by Derek Lindsey Friday, 08 September 2017

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Inheritance specialist Derek Lindsey of the Moneta Partnership addresses some of the common myths and misunderstandings about wills and inheritance

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Observing the sun

Written by Geoff Elston Thursday, 07 September 2017

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Geoff Elston will be talking about the sun at this month's meeting of the North East London Astronomical Society. Here, Geoff sheds light on how and why he observes the near perfect sphere of hot plasma

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My sketchbook passport...

Written by Chichi Parish Wednesday, 06 September 2017

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Pen and ink artist Chichi Parish – who will be exhibiting work during this month's Art Trail Wanstead – believes her sketchbook offers a 'passport to the world'

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Chemical clues

Written by Kathryn Harkup Tuesday, 05 September 2017

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Agatha Christie used more than 30 different compounds in her novels to bump off over 100 characters. Chemist and author Kathryn Harkup will be exploring the chemical clues at a talk in Wanstead this month

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Nature: up close

Written by Katherine Poluck Tuesday, 05 September 2017

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As part of Art Trail Wanstead this month, a herb-themed mural has been painted at Wanstead Station by botanical artist Katherine Poluck and mural artist Karen Humpage. Here, Katherine presents more of her detailed nature studies

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