Features

Hidden doorways

Written by Stephen Lines Saturday, 28 April 2018

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In the first of a series of articles looking at Wanstead's 'hidden doorways', local resident and photography enthusiast Stephen Lines challenges you to identify the location of these three entrance points

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Portrait of turmoil

Written by Nick Dobson Friday, 27 April 2018

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Ahead of a talk at Wanstead Library next month about the artwork and posters that chronicled the Spanish Civil War, Nick Dobson outlines the course of a conflict that had complex origins

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Photographic memories 1893–2018: part II

Written by Alan Simpson Saturday, 21 April 2018

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In the second of a series of articles celebrating the Woodford and Wanstead Photographic Society's 125th anniversary year, club member Alan Simpson offers some insight into the group's history, which in turn provides a pictorial record of our changing surroundings

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Key-free, carefree

Written by PCSO Alan Winston Friday, 20 April 2018

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Keyless car entry theft is on the rise as more criminals are using devices to perform 'relay' car hacks. PCSO Alan Winston of the Wanstead Safer Neighbourhoods Team offers advice on how to keep your car safe

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Where’s the will?

Written by Natasha Narad Monday, 16 April 2018

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Do you know where your will is stored? More importantly, do your beneficiaries know? Natasha Narad, trainee solicitor at local solicitors Wiseman Lee, explains the importance of the National Will Register

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Pristine paradise

Written by Jack Leaf Sunday, 15 April 2018

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Independent local travel advisor Jack Leaf presents a guide to Anguilla, which, following the devastating effects of Hurricane Irma, has invested heavily in tourism and raised the benchmark

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Disgustology

Written by Paul Kaufman Tuesday, 10 April 2018

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Paul Kaufman, chair of the East London Humanists, explains the concept of disgustology, a new area of research which explores the pivotal role of revulsion in the evolution of human morality

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Listen and learn: Matthew Scott

Written by David Bird Sunday, 08 April 2018

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In the 10th of a series of articles, David Bird discusses the work of the Redbridge Music Society and introduces us to Matthew Scott and Christine Zerafa, who will perform at Wanstead Library this month

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Singing stories

Written by Julie McKee Wednesday, 04 April 2018

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Julie McKee is – according to Jazz Views – a 'unique songstress and storyteller who has all the bravura of Kate Bush'. She is also an Aldersbrook resident and will be performing at The Larder this month

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From all points south

Written by Tim Harris Monday, 02 April 2018

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Ahead of a guided walk on Wanstead Flats this month, Tim Harris takes a look at some of the avian migrants we can hope to see this April

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