Redbridge Council is seeking community input on how to improve high streets across the borough.
A new temporary Post Office has opened in The Galleria shopping arcade, replacing the George Lane branch which closed for good on 28 April.
The first seven trees – including cherry and apple trees – have been planted at the community orchard site
The South Woodford Society has been awarded £2,500 by the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Fund.
The Rotary Club of Leytonstone and Woodford will be hosting a virtual festival of music on 21 May
As Woodford Arts Group make tentative plans for an exhibition in June (with a virtual display back up), group member Ged Rumak compares and contrasts two of his spring-themed paintings
Old Mill Court – a development of 26 two and one-bedroomed properties off Chigwell Road in South Woodford – has officially opened.
Redbridge Liberal Democrats has launched a petition demanding the local community have a say in the future of the former bowls club in Elmhurst Gardens.
Redbridge Council’s Principal Arboricultural and Horticultural Officer Peter Marshall heads up a team responsible for thousands of trees across the borough. With South Woodford’s felled trees being replaced in March, Peter explains the scope of his team’s work. Photo of Elmhurst Gardens by Geoff Wilkinson
While National Trust properties remain closed, Richard Speller, chairman of the charity’s Woodford and District Centre, is pleased to have launched the group’s programme of virtual talks
Paul Kaufman, Chair of East London Humanists, introduces their March public event on climate change and explains what the local group is up to in the Covid era
A Community Sponsorship group made up of five churches in the Redbridge and Waltham Forest area has successfully helped relocate a Syrian refugee family.