Features

Summer sounds in September

Written by the editor Thursday, 01 September 2011

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Can't wait for next summer to enjoy live bands and casual outdoor dining? Well, you don't have to because the Wanstead Festival returns this month, bringing all this to your doorstep. Here's a taste of what to expect on the day

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The Hogarth connection

Written by Kate Pettigrew Tuesday, 30 August 2011

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Gambling, tea and how 18th century aristocrats celebrated their silver wedding anniversary in Wanstead are revealed on the art trail next month, through the brush of William Hogarth. By Kate Pettigrew

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Flying high

Written by Daniel Erickson-Hull Saturday, 30 July 2011

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Founder of the Redbridge Birdwatching group Daniel Erickson-Hull talks about the changes being experienced in the local birding world

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Off the wall

Written by Donna Mizzi Saturday, 30 July 2011

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Outstanding local artist and wallpaper designer Emily Dupen will be exhibiting at next month's Art Trail Wanstead. Donna Mizzi meets her

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Fine jewellery, fine art

Written by Donna Mizzi Saturday, 30 July 2011

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Donna Mizzi looks into the world of local jewellers David and Elaine Keating, two of Art Group Wanstead's newest members

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Get set to rent

Written by Mike Molloy Saturday, 30 July 2011

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With less than a year to go until the London 2012 Olympic Games get underway, Mike Molloy, proprietor of Wanstead based letting agent Martin & Co, takes a look at the potential of the Olympic rental market

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150 years of worship

Written by Denis Keeling Saturday, 30 July 2011

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Christ Church celebrated its 150th anniversary last month. As an exhibition which charts the changing face of the community transfers to Wanstead Library, Denis Keeling, vice-chairman of the Wanstead Historical Society, explains the story behind this local landmark

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Relationship planning

Written by Emma Wilkins Saturday, 02 July 2011

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Emma Wilkins is a specialist divorce and family solicitor who lives in Wanstead with her family. Here she explores the growing ways in which couples can manage their relationships

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A dog day in summer

Written by Paula Slyusarenko Saturday, 02 July 2011

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Paula Slyusarenko explains how a family fun day and dog show at Eton Manor Rugby Football Club this month will help raise vital funds for Poorly Paws, an organisation that cares for stray dogs and cats

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Living sustainably

Written by Paul Donovan Saturday, 02 July 2011

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The sight of Aileen and Michael Brownlee's house in St Mary's Avenue, Wanstead is striking, not due to its architectural elegance but the presence of solar panels and photovoltaic tiles on one side of the roof. Paul Donovan of the Wanstead Transition Initiative meets them

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