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Old enough to…

In the 10th of a series of articles looking at the work of Age UK Redbridge, Barking and Havering, Janet West explains how they have risen to the challenge of

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Floating ideas

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

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Charity starts…

While the Rotary Club of Leytonstone and Woodford supports global causes, it is particularly focused on the local community and other deserving causes closer to home, says John Bracken

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Our Churchill

Along with many other monuments, the Sir Winston Churchill statue in Woodford Green was vandalised in June. Extremists are seeking to hijack Black Lives Matter for their own agenda, says

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A growing community

As plans for a community orchard in South Woodford progress, Louise Burgess of the South Woodford Society explains what help they will need in the coming months

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The Putt Project

Robert Putt, who attended Woodbridge High School 80 years ago, is collaborating with the school to document his memories of the area. In the fourth of a series of articles, Robert

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Mind of Amina

Wanstead resident Amina Kayani will be running 15km in aid of Young Minds this summer. Here, the Woodbridge High School student explains why we need to destigmatise mental health issues