In the 24th of a series of articles charting the Wild Wanstead project, Nicola Steele explains how you can help garden wildlife in winter
Healthwatch Redbridge is asking people to complete a survey about COVID-19 vaccines
It is protected as a Grade 2 listed structure and BT has a responsibility to maintain it
A message from Jim and Sue Carroll, organisers of the Poppy Appeal in Wanstead.
It appears the Margaret Centre does not feature in plans for the new Whipps Cross Hospital. It provides specialist palliative care and cannot be lost, says Julie Donovan, a retired occupational therapist
A trust allows you to place assets under the control of chosen trustees, either during your lifetime (by deed) or on your death (by will). Hollie Skipper from local solicitors Wiseman Lee explains
Having embraced Zoom for their fortnightly meetings, Woodford & Wanstead Photographic Society member Alan Simpson gives a snapshot of what the historic club offers to the community
Most residents in Redbridge will get a new free wheelie bin this year.
Wanstead resident and filmmaker Marc Coleman is hoping his new comedy about the Finnish sport of hobby horsing will get the green light from backers this year.
Wanstead resident Jean Medcalf has published her first poetry book at the age of 89. To Everything There is a Season is a collection of lyrical, spiritual poems about nature. In the third of a series of articles, Jean introduces New Year, a poem about new beginnings. Photo of Wanstead High Street (circa 1955) courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection