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Much-loved Indian Runner duck found dead in park

Written by the editor Monday, 28 May 2012

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An Indian Runner duck – a flightless bird that had taken up residence in Wanstead Park and had become popular with park-goers – was  found dead last month

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Experimental permit parking trial to be reviewed

Written by the editor Monday, 28 May 2012

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A residents' permit parking scheme introduced on Spratt Hall Road and several surrounding roads in Wanstead, on a trial basis, is set to be reviewed

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Wanstead Parklands photography competition

Written by the editor Monday, 28 May 2012

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Amateur and professional photographers have the chance to win cash prizes in a photography competition being organised by the Friends of Wanstead Parklands

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Speeding in your road?

Written by the editor Monday, 28 May 2012

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Six motorists were caught exceeding the speed limit by police on Overton Drive this month, during a Wanstead Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) operation

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Forest school staff 'moonwalk' over 26 miles for charity

Written by the editor Monday, 28 May 2012

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Staff from Forest School in Snaresbrook last month raised over £3,500 for Walk the Walk – a charity dedicated to improving awareness of breast cancer issues

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Family bike ride around Wanstead for Bike Week 2012

Written by the editor Sunday, 27 May 2012

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On Saturday 23 June, Sustrans – a sustainable transport charity – will be hosting a free, family-focused bike ride around the cycling hub of Wanstead and South Woodford as part of Bike Week 2012

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Wanstead residents urged to support their High Street

Written by the editor Sunday, 27 May 2012

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Shops and businesses in Wanstead came together at a meeting last week to discuss the problems they are facing as they battle to win shoppers back from Westfield, struggle with local parking issues and prepare for the start of the Olympic Games

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Am-dram society anniversary production in Snaresbrook

Written by the editor Thursday, 26 April 2012

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The Chapel End Savoy Players – an amateur dramatics society specialising in the work of Gilbert and Sullivan – are celebrating their ruby anniversary this month with a production of The Mikado

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The food and culture of Spain: writer in discussion at library

Written by the editor Wednesday, 25 April 2012

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Claudia Roden, a highly regarded food writer, will be appearing at Wanstead Library next month to discuss her latest book, The Food of Spain

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£25,000 up for grabs

Written by the editor Tuesday, 24 April 2012

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Redbridge Council has teamed up with Bacs Payment Schemes Ltd, the not-for-profit organisation behind direct debit, to offer council tax payers a chance to win £25,000

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