Features

More than a stamp

Written by David Pashby Wednesday, 28 September 2011

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As the Leytonstone, Wanstead & District Philatelic Society celebrates it's 75th anniversary David Pashby, honorary secretary of the society, looks back at their history and explains the world of philately

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A light on local art

Written by Donna Mizzi Wednesday, 28 September 2011

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From down-to-earth paintings and land art to the highs of balloon sculpture and church displays, the second Art Trail Wanstead catered for all ages. So what lies ahead? Its founder, Donna Mizzi, reports

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It's pretty rubbish...

Written by Paul Flint Friday, 16 September 2011

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Artist Paul Flint creates colourful abstract images from photographs of rubbish and found objects. Here he explains the processes involved

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Animal inspired money box art

Written by Andrea Morton Thursday, 15 September 2011

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Pottery artist Andrea Morton talks about the inspiration for her animal themed money boxes which are currently on show as part of Art Trail Wanstead

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Pat Pratley's Art Trail

Written by Pat Pratley Wednesday, 14 September 2011

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Local artist Pat Pratley has been painting a variety of subjects since her retirement eight years ago. Here she talks about what Art Trail Wanstead means to her

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Wanstead to West End

Written by Michael Da Silva Pearce Saturday, 03 September 2011

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Students from a local performing arts school are enjoying success on stage and screen. Michael Da Silva Pearce, who runs LIPA 4:19 at Wanstead High School, explains why

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Back in the frame

Written by Donna Mizzi Saturday, 03 September 2011

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Artists are rushing to complete their work for the second annual art trail – the event that is making local people realise how much talent and interest in art there is in Wanstead. Donna Mizzi reports

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Earth-friendly

Written by Ann Williams Friday, 02 September 2011

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Ann Williams explains how Wanstead & Woodford Friends of the Earth was established and looks back at some of their achievements to date

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Summer sounds in September

Written by the editor Thursday, 01 September 2011

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Can't wait for next summer to enjoy live bands and casual outdoor dining? Well, you don't have to because the Wanstead Festival returns this month, bringing all this to your doorstep. Here's a taste of what to expect on the day

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The Hogarth connection

Written by Kate Pettigrew Tuesday, 30 August 2011

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Gambling, tea and how 18th century aristocrats celebrated their silver wedding anniversary in Wanstead are revealed on the art trail next month, through the brush of William Hogarth. By Kate Pettigrew

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