Features

Winter hues

Woodford Arts Group founder Julia Brett reflects on the winter blues and the seasonal ups and downs of creative motivation Winter ...
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Trust in your Trustees

A trust allows you to place assets under the control of chosen trustees, either during your lifetime (by deed) or on ...
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A new Regency era

Our community gardeners have been at it again, this time applying their magic to the beds in front of Regency ...
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Home of history

Woodford and District National Trust Chairman Richard Speller explains why – in normal times – Copped Hall is well worth ...
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DD’s 45th Woodford Diary

Some South Woodford scribbles from DD, our resident diarist, commentator and observer of all things local I wonder who invented porches. Was it ...
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Zooming in

Having embraced Zoom for their fortnightly meetings, Woodford & Wanstead Photographic Society member Alan Simpson gives a snapshot of what ...
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The [Insert name] orchard

South Woodford Society member Louise Burgess invites you to help plant – and name – the community orchard, and advises ...
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Hope for 2021

2020 was hard. It’s important to lament all that was lost – livelihoods, lives, opportunities – but as we begin ...
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Good neighbours

In the second of two articles, Sadayeen Khan, secretary of Redbridge Neighbourhood Watch (NHW), encourages more residents to report anything ...
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Restoring Wanstead Park

As plans for restoring Wanstead Park develop, Richard Arnopp of the Friends of Wanstead Parklands explains the latest spanner in the ...
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