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A kind of magic

Redbridge's Disability Awareness Festival returns to Christ Church Green this month. There will be information stalls, activities for people of ...
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Dragons & damsels

Tim Harris from the Wren Wildlife Group describes some of our most fascinating insects: dragonflies and damselflies, which thrive in ...
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Water Works

Iain Ambler updates on the recently restored Redbridge Lane West allotment pond, which has become a biodiversity hotspot. Photo by ...
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If truth be told

Property sales should be plain sailing, but can sometimes go wrong. Not telling the truth about some aspect of the ...
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Thirsty work

Marian Temple explains how the Wanstead Community Gardeners responded to last month’s heatwave and urges us all to spare a ...
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Wild Wanstead

From small spotty-eyed drone flies to a rare jumping spider and pink moth, chair of the Wren Wildlife Group James ...
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A deep problem

With the dry, cracked bed of the Ornamental Water once again on show, Benjamin Murphy, chair of the Epping Forest & Commons ...
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All fired up

Pottery is the perfect way to combat the stresses of modern life, says Julia Dreher, who is excited to be launching ...
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History comes home

Redbridge Museum will open a new permanent exhibition later this year exploring 200,000 years of local history. In the sixth ...
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Age-old advice

Darren Morgan from Age UK Redbridge, Barking and Havering highlights the importance of keeping active, and invites over-55s to take ...
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