Features

Listen and learn: Redbridge Music Service

Written by David Bird Sunday, 06 January 2019

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In the 13th of a series of articles, David Bird discusses the work of Redbridge Music Society and Redbridge Music Service, whose students will perform at Christ Church this month

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The show goes on

Written by Lisa Sharp Wednesday, 02 January 2019

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Having launched over a century ago, the Stratford and East London Music Festival is now a regular fixture in the local area, giving performers of all ages the chance to compete. Lisa Sharp reports

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Homelessness

Written by Councillor Jo Blackman Wednesday, 02 January 2019

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Having joined the annual count of rough sleepers in Redbridge last month, Councillor Jo Blackman (Labour, Wanstead Village) reports on the council's work to tackle homelessness

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2019 checklist

Written by the editor Tuesday, 01 January 2019

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The Wanstead Society works to protect and improve Wanstead, Snaresbrook and Aldersbrook. Here, Scott Wilding outlines the group's aims for the year ahead

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Wanstead's wonder women

Written by Gerard Greene Monday, 31 December 2018

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To celebrate 100 years since the first women in the UK won the right to vote, Redbridge Museum has launched Wonder Woman, an exhibition exploring the lives of women in Ilford, Wanstead and Woodford over the past century. Museum manager Gerard Greene outlines some of the local themes of the display

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Floating ideas (part I)

Written by Laura Hepworth Sunday, 30 December 2018

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Rising at Molehill Green in Essex, the River Roding passes through the Wanstead and Woodford area en route to the Thames, bringing with it a very real flood risk to local homes. In the first of a series of articles charting the ideas and hopes of the River Roding Project – which aims to reduce that risk – Laura Hepworth from the Environment Agency is keen to seek community support for the project. Photography by Geoff Wilkinson

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Hi-de-Bye, Campers

Written by Norman Jacobs Saturday, 29 December 2018

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Norman Jacobs will be taking Wanstead Historical Society members on a trip down memory lane this month, to the former Butlin's Holiday Camp in Clacton, which said goodbye to its happy campers in 1983

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Lunar planting

Written by Jane Karavasili Saturday, 29 December 2018

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As vice-chair of the recently formed Aldersbrook Horticultural Society, Jane Karavasili has been asked to present a talk on planting by the moon. Here, she offers some insight into her lunar experiences

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Charity begins…

Written by Michelle Nicholls Friday, 28 December 2018

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Wanstead's newest charity boutique is keen to hear from residents who would like to support the work of Saint Francis Hospice by volunteering. Michelle Nicholls, the hospice's director of retail, reports

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Points, no prizes

Written by Emma Clements Monday, 24 December 2018

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For many, the prospect of losing their driving licence is unthinkable. Here, Emma Clements, a partner in the criminal department of local solicitors Wiseman Lee, outlines what all motorists need to know

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