Features

Food for thought

Written by Diana Korchien Wednesday, 29 February 2012

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As part of Climate Week 2012, which runs from 12 to 18 March, Wanstead and Woodford Friends of the Earth will be hosting a special film screening at Wanstead Library. Diana Korchien reports

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Kids who grow

Written by Stephanie O'Leary Tuesday, 28 February 2012

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Growing Kids provide a local teaching and learning space for children and young people in which they can grow their own fruit and vegetables. Stephanie O'Leary, CEO of Community Healthcare Innovations, outlines two special activity days planned for March 2012

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Do you really need A&E?

Written by Lila Winger Monday, 27 February 2012

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Members of the Wanstead Place Surgery Patient Participation Group are asking residents to think carefully about whether they need emergency care before visiting A&E. Group member Lila Winger explains

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Voyages with Shane and Timothy Spall

Written by Shane Spall Monday, 20 February 2012

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Ahead of an appearance at Wanstead Library, Shane Spall introduces her new book, The Voyages of The Princess Matilda, which tells the story of Shane and Timothy Spall and their Dutch barge

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What's in a (feline) name?

Written by Kathy Lowe Wednesday, 08 February 2012

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Kathy Lowe of village cat sitters FeednFuss has found a good variety of names among our local cat population

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Choral community

Written by Tim Sutton Sunday, 05 February 2012

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Tim Sutton, the founder of a new community choir in Wanstead, talks about why he felt the need to do more for music in his own backyard, and explains why he believes music can change your life

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Wanstead's Roman villa - does 'X' mark the spot?

Written by Richard Arnopp Saturday, 04 February 2012

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Wanstead Parklands Community Project member Richard Arnopp reports on the history of the search for Wanstead Park's elusive Roman villa, and exclusively reveals two locations where clues suggest the historic buildings might have once stood

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Spiritual unfoldment

Written by Rajesh Ananda Friday, 03 February 2012

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Rajesh Ananda from the Foundation for International Spiritual Unfoldment (FISU) explains how individually prescribed meditation practices can help you to overcome stress and depression, increase creativity and improve the quality of your life

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From Bart's to Belgique

Written by Igor Bekaert Thursday, 02 February 2012

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In February 2009 Igor Bekaert and his wife Ann opened the Wanstead branch of Belgique in the former Bart's Renal Unit on the corner of Spratt Hall Road and Cambridge Park. Three years on, Igor reflects on the story of this popular brasserie

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Modern papercraft

Written by Sy Peddlesden Thursday, 02 February 2012

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Local craft teacher Sy Peddlesden explains the joys of cardmaking and scrapbooking in an age dominated by electronic communications

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