Features

Pension divisions

Written by Jonathan Diamond Wednesday, 21 March 2018

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Jonathan Diamond, head of family law at local solicitors Wiseman Lee, looks at the quest to give divorcing couples improved clarity over the sharing of their pensions

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Pieces of Wanstead V

Written by Neil Clayden Tuesday, 20 March 2018

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Artist Neil Clayden has produced a Wanstead-themed jigsaw in aid of charity. In the fifth of a series of articles looking at some of the 25 paintings featured in the 1,000-piece puzzle, Neil talks about the importance of village amenities

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To be seen in 2018: part III

Written by Jack Leaf Wednesday, 14 March 2018

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In the third of a series of articles, local travel advisor Jack Leaf offers his destination suggestions for the year ahead, including Halkidiki, the Maldives and Dubai

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The basket case

Written by Marian Temple Tuesday, 13 March 2018

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Ahead of this month's Wanstead Upcycling Fair, which will feature a range of bags and baskets made from recycled materials, Marian Temple presents the case for banishing plastic bags from our lives... and from the lives of our ocean-dwelling friends

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Championing the ducks

Written by Ute Villavicencio Sunday, 11 March 2018

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Ahead of a guided walk around Jubilee Pond on Wanstead Flats, Duck Champion Project Officer Ute Villavicencio explains her role promoting the wellbeing of local wildfowl and encouraging residents and schoolchildren to learn more about our pond-dwelling neighbours

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By parents, for parents

Written by NCT Redbridge and District Branch Saturday, 10 March 2018

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NCT Redbridge and District Branch committee members outline the services they provide to support and guide new parents, and encourage others to join them in their rewarding work

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Women and protest

Written by Judith Garfield MBE Tuesday, 06 March 2018

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Ahead of a Women's History Month exhibition at Wanstead Library, Judith Garfield MBE of Eastside Community Heritage looks at the history of women's rights campaigns, including the work of former Woodford Green resident Sylvia Pankhurst

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Alan Cornish obituary

Written by Paul Donovan Tuesday, 06 March 2018

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Played football with Bobby Moore, Liberal Party politician, environmental activist and successful businessman – these are just some of the highlights of the life of Alan Cornish, who died recently at the age of 78. By Paul Donovan

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Who’s the boss?

Written by Stephen Watmore Thursday, 22 February 2018

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Stephen Watmore of local solicitors Wiseman Lee looks at the gig economy and explains why a recent European Court of Justice decision has left businesses facing claims from their 'self-employed' workers

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Pieces of Wanstead IV

Written by Neil Clayden Wednesday, 21 February 2018

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Artist Neil Clayden has produced a Wanstead-themed jigsaw in aid of charity. In the fourth of a series of articles looking at some of the 25 paintings featured in the 1,000-piece puzzle, Neil talks about the appeal of The Shrubbery

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