Features

Pro patria mori (to die for one’s country)

Written by Nick Dobson Wednesday, 12 July 2017

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The Battle of Passchendaele in northern Belgium (31 July to 10 November 1917) was one of the bloodiest of the First World War. To mark the centenary, Nick Dobson will be exploring Great War poets and artists at Wanstead Library this month

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An eye on art

Written by Alison Stenhouse Tuesday, 11 July 2017

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Local artist Alison Stenhouse – who will be participating in Art Trail Wanstead 2017 this September – talks about her creative background and her love of bright and bold colours

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Too good to be true

Written by Steve Wilks Monday, 10 July 2017

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Steve Wilks, chairman of the Wanstead Safer Neighbourhood Panel, examines the increasing problem of investment fraud on the vulnerable and elderly and looks at ways to minimise it

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20/20 Wanstead vision: part VII

Written by Scott Wilding Sunday, 09 July 2017

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This year, the Wanstead Society celebrates its 20th anniversary. In the seventh of a series of articles, Chairman Scott Wilding wonders if our shopping habits might be going back to the future

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Something to say?

Written by Tony Cranston Thursday, 06 July 2017

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Talking Stories is a new show recently launched on East London Radio. Here, host Tony Cranston, an award-winning author, explains the reasons behind the concept and invites you to tell your own story

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See for yourself

Written by Teresa Farnham Wednesday, 05 July 2017

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Wanstead resident Teresa Farnham is the local area organiser for the National Garden Scheme, which encourages people across the country to open their gardens and welcome in the public for charity

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Ready to read?

Written by Christine Thompson Tuesday, 04 July 2017

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Christine Thompson from Redbridge Libraries invites local children to get ready for a summer of fun-packed activities at Wanstead Library. Are your kids ready for a challenge and a chance to earn a medal?

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Tree Fest

Written by Alison Tapply Monday, 03 July 2017

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A community festival inTarzy Wood this month will offer residents of all ages the chance to climb up – and above – the trees of this often overlooked woodland. Epping Forest Keeper Alison Tapply reports

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Professor of jazz

Written by Simon Purcell Sunday, 02 July 2017

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Simon Purcell is one of Britain's most accomplished contemporary jazz pianists. Ahead of a performance at The Larder, the jazz professor, Wanstead resident and volleyball player answers our questions

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This Was a Man

Written by John Knowles Saturday, 01 July 2017

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John Knowles, the editor of the only known magazine about Noël Coward, will be discussing the life and works of the flamboyant playwright at this month's meeting of the Wanstead Park Women's Club

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