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Breath of Fresh Air

Cities around the world are starting to prioritise the needs of people over cars. Let’s seize the moment to do something in Wanstead too, say Wanstead Climate Action members Kathy

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A gift to charity

As we settle into the ‘new normal’, Wanstead resident and lockdown hero Frank Charles reflects on how the pandemic has affected his charities, the Frank Charles Give a Gift Appeal and

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Alone in lockdown

Councillor Daniel Morgan-Thomas (Wanstead Village, Labour) looks back on his time in lockdown alone and highlights the importance of continuing to look after each other as ‘normality’ returns

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Zoom, naturally

When lockdown was announced, the Wren Wildlife and Conservation Group had to come up with alternatives to replace their spring and summer plans. Enter Zoom. Tim Harris reports

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Post-COVID world

What will Wanstead look like in a post-COVID-19 world? In the third of a series of articles, Chair of Wanstead Society Scott Wilding, who is exploring these issues as part

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Watch this space

In the second of two articles, Marian Temple of the Wanstead Community Gardeners keeps a watchful eye on a special space, now known as the Cherry Pye Bed. Photo by Geoff

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Remembering Peter

Essex Art Club is sorry to announce the death of Wanstead resident Peter Luscombe, whose training as an architect led to a lifelong hobby.  Chair of Essex Art Club Mary