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Home from home

Whether you are a tenant or a landlord, being involved in a dispute can be a stressful and difficult time ...
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Charting the Charter (part 7)

In the seventh of a series of articles following the progress of the Wanstead Environmental Charter, Councillor Paul Donovan explains why ...
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Learning the ropes

Sian Paterson is Wanstead’s newest bell-ringer, learning the ropes at Christ Church. Here, she recounts her lessons so far and ...
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Remember the cows?

Karen Humpage announces the launch of her book featuring artwork and anecdotes of the cows that once roamed the local ...
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High Art

Sally Medcalf thanks her Wanstead High School art teachers for inspiring her creativity, which will be on show during the ...
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Time to take part

Following the success of last year’s postcard art exhibition, Eugene Coyle invites you to be part of this year’s time-themed display ...
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Wild Wanstead (part 15)

In the 15th of a series of articles charting the Wild Wanstead project – which aims to transform Wanstead into ...
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Emergency

Councillor Paul Donovan and Councillor Jo Blackman explain how the recent declaration of a climate emergency by Redbridge Council will ...
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Eco-friendly trail

The popular Wanstead Fringe Jumble Trail returns next month and this year it will be doing its modest part to ...
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History continues

Once frequented by highwaymen and now run by a football legend, the site of the pub now known as Nightingale ...
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