Features

Street signs: part II

Written by Steve Wilks and Scott Wilding Thursday, 09 November 2017

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The streets of Wanstead and across Redbridge need more attention, says Steve Wilks and Scott Wilding as they take a look at the findings of the Redbridge Streets Commission in the second of two articles

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Wanstead Park water levels

Written by City of London Corporation Monday, 06 November 2017

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Ahead of this month's summit about the future of Wanstead Park, the City of London Corporation offers an overview of the park's cascade of lakes and explains the issues surrounding the water level problems

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Praise for the songs

Written by Liz Toher Sunday, 05 November 2017

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The BIG Sing Gospel Voices choir have a performance track record way beyond their amateur status. Ahead of a performance in Wanstead this month, local resident Liz Toher explains why she joined

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The routeways of Snaresbrook

Written by Peter Adams MBE Saturday, 04 November 2017

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Verderer Peter Adams MBE invites you to join him this month for a guided walk through Snaresbrook, exploring how Epping Forest routeways have changed over the past 2,000 years

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Arrive by coach

Written by Lisa Leonce Friday, 03 November 2017

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Lisa Leonce is a career coach and business consultant offering training workshops in Wanstead and Woodford. Here, she outlines what to expect from the coaching process

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Ready to ride?

Written by Christine Sherret Friday, 03 November 2017

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Aldersbrook Riding School are seeking disabled 11- to 25-year-olds who are currently 'inactive' to take part in subsidised horse riding courses. School director Christine Sherret reports

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Pieces of Wanstead

Written by Neil Clayden Wednesday, 01 November 2017

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Artist Neil Clayden has launched a Wanstead-themed jigsaw in aid of charity. In the first of a series of articles looking at some of the 25 paintings featured in the 1,000-piece puzzle, Neil talks about how the project began

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By the book

Written by Dr Tasneem Ally Tuesday, 31 October 2017

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One day a week, Dr Tasneem Ally welcomes her 'cosmic brothers and sisters' into her Woodford Green home to study and discuss The Knowledge Book, which she believes can unite humanity

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Take it outside

Written by Shona O'Neill Monday, 23 October 2017

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Outdoor classrooms are important for children, says Shona O'Neill from Wanstead's Little Bear's Nursery, who would like to encourage all parents to be aware of their child's development

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Participative poetry

Written by Jane Grell Friday, 20 October 2017

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Aldersbrook resident Jane Grell is not only involved in October's Black History Month events, she is also a teacher and a poet, and has recently published Mosquito Bounce, a book of poems for schoolchildren

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