A new community group has been established to offer a free 12-week cycling and walking programme in Ray Park.
Some South Woodford scribbles from DD, our resident diarist, commentator and observer of all things local
Permitted development rights in place since 1 September 2020 allow homeowners to extend upwards without planning permission. But it’s not without obstacles, says Derek Inkpin from solicitors Wiseman Lee
Members of the South Woodford Business Forum met virtually in February to discuss local business support.
Redbridge Council is proposing to install new electric vehicle charging points (EVCPs) on streets across South Woodford.
The wheelie bin roll-out begins in South Woodford this March. The scheme will keep streets cleaner and encourage more recycling, says Councillor Jo Blackman, Cabinet Member for Environment and Civic Pride
Co-chair of the South Woodford Society Pearl Arbenser-Simmonds reports on the group’s progress as they prepare the South Woodford Neighbourhood Plan. Photo by Geoff Wilkinson
A network of foodbank collection points is seeking more homes in the local area to participate in the initiative.
Residents have until 11 March to take part in the consultation over the closure of South Woodford’s Crown Post Office. Communication Workers Union rep Clive Tickner urges you to do so. Photo by Geoff Wilkinson
Judy Noble is one of several volunteers from churches in Wanstead and South Woodford who have been hosting Bereavement Cafés since 2016. Having stopped in lockdown, sessions will now resume virtually
A black swan – named Bruce – took up temporary residence on Snaresbrook’s Eagle Pond recently.
Essex Art Club unveiled its first-ever online exhibition in February.