Features

Loop-the-loop

Written by Carole Edrich Tuesday, 06 November 2012

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Local resident Carole Edrich – a freelance journalist and prize-winning photographer – was diagnosed with cancer three years ago. In 2011 she cycled from London to Ireland to raise money for the charity Cyclists Fighting Cancer. This year, she takes to the skies

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Pedal points

Written by Emilie Charlesworth Monday, 05 November 2012

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Last month, sustainable transport charity Sustrans and Redbridge Council jointly launched a scheme to reward shoppers who cycle to Wanstead High Street. Emilie Charlesworth explains how it works

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Food and thoughts

Written by Karen Poole Saturday, 06 October 2012

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A good education requires good nutrition, and giving children the energy to keep their focus and concentration at school is crucial. Variety and imagination are the keys, says nutritionist Karen Poole

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Scouts reunited

Written by Jeannette Briggs Friday, 05 October 2012

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The 19th Epping Forest South Scout Group were delighted to be able to return to their regular meeting place at Wanstead United Reformed Church last month, explains akela Jeannette Briggs

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Wicked William

Written by Steve Denford Thursday, 04 October 2012

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Steve Denford, who works in Epping Forest Visitor Services for the City of London, is the curator of an exhibition currently on show at the Temple in Wanstead Park that looks back at the life and times of William Wellesley-Pole, the man who lost Wanstead

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The view finders

Written by Geoff Wilkinson Thursday, 04 October 2012

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Over the next couple of months, Wanstead-based and world-renowned photographer Geoff Wilkinson will be sharing his expertise with others through a series of workshops

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First-class legacy

Written by Gordon George Wednesday, 03 October 2012

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Gordon George from the Leytonstone Wanstead & District Philatelic Society explains what the term 'Olympic legacy' means to a stamp collector as he takes a look at the philatelic products that were issued to commemorate London 2012

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Police protection

Written by Scott Wilding Tuesday, 02 October 2012

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Wanstead Society chairman Scott Wilding explains why he believes, like so many other local residents, that Wanstead Police Station is an essential local service that needs to be protected

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A club of ACES

Written by Roger Godbold Monday, 01 October 2012

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In 2010 a group of residents established the Aldersbrook Charitable Events Society (ACES). Since then, they have raised nearly £5,000 for good causes and had endless fun in the process, says Roger Godbold

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Art trail views

Written by Donna Mizzi Sunday, 30 September 2012

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As Art Trail Wanstead comes to a close, organiser Donna Mizzi discovers some of the popular pieces of this year's event

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