Features

The age of fashion

Written by Alexandra Wilde Wednesday, 01 February 2017

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Members of the over-50s Redbridge Rhymesters and young pupils from Snaresbrook Primary School will come together this month to share a fashion-themed poetry session. Poet Alexandra Wilde reports

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Colour at home (advertisement feature)

Written by Rachel Root Monday, 30 January 2017

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As an art history graduate with a passion for art and design, Wanstead resident Rachel Root – owner of interiors studio The Orange Tree – is well placed to help you pick the right colours for your home

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Room for manoeuvre?

Written by Steve Wilks Sunday, 29 January 2017

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It is welcome that the council has made the first step towards listening to residents by holding a long-overdue consultation, says Steve Wilks on the postponement of Wanstead's new parking regulations

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Welcome to the stage

Written by Steve Wilks Friday, 27 January 2017

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Steve Wilks, a director trustee at Vision-Redbridge Culture and Leisure, highlights some of the key work that Redbridge Drama Centre does to culturally enrich the lives of local residents

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Cricketing empire

Written by Saba Nasim Tuesday, 24 January 2017

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Local cricket coach Saba Nasim was awarded the British Empire Medal in the 2017 New Year's Honours list. Here, the lawyer and Wanstead ladies' cricket captain gives some insight into her coaching philosophy

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1,508 ...job done!

Written by Tim Harris Tuesday, 24 January 2017

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In January 2016 the Wren Wildlife Group set out to find 1,000 different kinds of plants and animals in the Wanstead area during the year. Aided by keen-eyed local naturalists, the total was 1,508. Tim Harris reports

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Angels: Pat Hayday

Written by Carole Edrich Monday, 23 January 2017

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In the 32nd of a series of articles profiling community heroes, photojournalist and Wanstead resident Carole Edrich introduces us to Pat Hayday

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Clean or costly break

Written by Jonathan Diamond Sunday, 22 January 2017

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Jonathan Diamond, a partner and the head of family law at local solicitors Wiseman Lee, explains the importance of a Consent Order when seeking a divorce. Your future wealth could be at risk without one

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Me, myself and them

Written by Deb Selner Saturday, 21 January 2017

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Christchurch Green Neighbourhood Watch coordinator Deb Selner has first-hand experience of identity theft. Here, she tells her story and explains how Neighbourhood Watch was able to help other victims

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Field of history: part III

Written by Millicent Brown Friday, 20 January 2017

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In the third of a series of articles about the history of Snaresbrook Football Club, Millicent Brown explores how loyalty and allegiance to the club – based on Wanstead's Nutter Field – never wanes

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