Features

Half-term, fully green

Written by Habiba Ahmed Sunday, 04 February 2018

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With plastic use high on the environmental agenda, Redbridge Libraries are encouraging children and their parents to go green this half-term. Habiba Ahmed, recycling officer for Amey, reports

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A dash of inspiration

Written by Carole Edrich Friday, 02 February 2018

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Carole Edrich talks to local resident Paul Dash – artist, educator and writer – about his school days in Oxford and his regular trips back to Barbados

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Tutus & Tiaras

Written by Iestyn Edwards Thursday, 01 February 2018

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Iestyn Edwards, West End headliner and darling of Joanna Lumley, is coming to Wanstead Library this month to present his best-selling memoir My Tutu Went AWOL as part of LGBT+ History month

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Fence offence

Written by Ruhul Ameen Tuesday, 23 January 2018

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In outlining a recent and costly case fought between neighbours over a right of access issue, Ruhul Ameen of local solicitors Wiseman Lee shows why such disputes are better resolved amicably

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Pieces of Wanstead III

Written by Neil Clayden Sunday, 21 January 2018

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Artist Neil Clayden has launched a Wanstead-themed jigsaw in aid of charity. In the third of a series of articles looking at some of the 25 paintings featured in the 1,000-piece puzzle, Neil explains his attraction to this house on St Mary's Avenue

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Polluting ourselves to death: part II

Written by Paul Donovan Saturday, 20 January 2018

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In the second of a series of articles looking at air pollution, Paul Donovan explains why he believes the car needs to return to the role of servant rather than master if pollution is to be tackled

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Photographic memories 1893–2018: part I

Written by Alan Simpson Wednesday, 17 January 2018

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In the first 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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A fair point

Written by Tracey Adebowale-Jones Saturday, 13 January 2018

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Wanstead resident Tracey Adebowale-Jones has recently launched Funky Geeky, a stockist of Fairtrade goods. Here, she explains why we should all pay attention to the origins of the things we buy

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Dear Donald...

Written by Nigel Norman Friday, 12 January 2018

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Redbridge CND members were turned away when they tried to deliver a letter about the Korean crisis to the American embassy last year. Would you like to join them for a second attempt, asks Nigel Norman?

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Backing the bid

Written by Steve Wilks Thursday, 11 January 2018

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As we wait to see how Redbridge has fared in its bid to be the London Borough of Culture, Steve Wilks showcases the work of Vision RCL, which provides leisure and cultural facilities on behalf of the council

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