Features

Endangered in Wanstead

The Wren Wildlife Group, London Wildlife Trust and Wild Wanstead have compiled a list of 10 species at risk of ...
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Aldersbrook gardens

Four gardens on the Aldersbrook Estate will be open to the public on 4 July as part of the National ...
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Home of art

Local artist David Kavanagh introduces his latest work and urges others with a creative streak to take part in Art ...
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Deep roots

Wanstead resident Jean Medcalf published her first poetry book last year. To Everything There is a Season is a collection of lyrical, ...
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K9s after COVID

Colin Spence runs dog training classes in Snaresbrook and has been working with man’s best friend for over 20 years ...
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Waste not

In the first of a series of articles about reducing waste, Joanne Smallman from Redbridge Council’s Neighbourhood Team explains what ...
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Going swimmingly

After some initial setbacks, Redbridge Council’s expansion and improvement plans for Wanstead Leisure Centre are now progressing nicely, says Councillor Sheila Bain (Wanstead ...
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Brick wall

Councillor Daniel Morgan-Thomas (Wanstead Village, Labour) explains why legal obstacles forced him to vote in favour of the recent application ...
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A lot to lose

In the first of a series of articles by plot holders at Redbridge Lane West allotments in Wanstead, Ged Heeney ...
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City limits

John Sharpe of the Friends of Wanstead Parklands reports on the Wanstead Park Action Plan and the group’s ongoing collaboration with ...
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