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Docklands & East London Advertiser, The
Waltham Forest Echo
Dawn’s blue plaque
23/08/2021 - Where to find the blue plaque dedicated to Leytonstone resident-turned-London MP Dawn Butler A Expand
Bus lane brings in over £1 million in yearly fines
19/08/2021 - The council has been accused of using the lane, near Whipps Cross Hospital, as a “warped income Expand
Council court battle over young Afghan refugee’s age
18/08/2021 - High Court ruling says age of refugee, who arrived in the UK in 2019, was “not lawfully Expand
Football clubs cry foul over cost of hiring pitches
13/08/2021 - Council charges for artificial pitches said to be far higher than neighbouring boroughs, reports Expand
Council apology after demanding a child’s ‘stick pile’ is removed
11/08/2021 - Mum June Hedges was “fairly happy” with the outcome, after receiving a “very Expand
Whipps Cross ‘delay in care’ due to ‘inadequate’ scanning equipment
04/08/2021 - A May inspection found the service responsible for X-rays and ultrasounds was not up to par, Expand
Happiness granted? An experiment in joy
31/07/2021 - Sebastian Salek was one of 20 residents to take part in a local pandemic experiment – in which he Expand
Anger over Chingford Leisure Centre pool price increase
27/07/2021 - Local dad-of-nine has been ‘priced out’ by abrupt changes to swimming pool costs, Expand
Walthamstow flooding: Chaos in E17 after heavy rainfall
25/07/2021 - Walthamstow residents have taken to Twitter to warn about flooding across the area, after heavy Expand
Pocket Parks are just the start
20/08/2021 - Local nature enthusiast Deborah Williams thinks Waltham Forest’s Pocket Parks are important – but Expand
Survey: How safe is Waltham Forest?
19/08/2021 - The Echo is asking current residents of Waltham Forest to take part in a survey, for a research Expand
(Almost) scammed on Marlowe Road Estate
14/08/2021 - Echo columnist Michelle Edwards writes about the recent scam attempt she faced, as a resident of a Expand
Charity wins court battle against council over locked-up teens
12/08/2021 - Case against Waltham Forest Council used to highlight lack of accommodation for young offenders in Expand
Photo series: Follow the Light
11/08/2021 - Local photographer Caro Jones shares some images from her latest exhibition, which explores Expand
Protests after family forced to move several times
04/08/2021 - Nadia Zamin was told to move her family to Stoke-on-Trent in late July, but is still fighting to Expand
Inclusive cycling in Waltham Forest
30/07/2021 - CEO Jim Blakemore on how social enterprise Bikeworks is helping address health inequality with its Expand
Whipps Cross ‘major incident’ after flooding cuts power
26/07/2021 - The Leytonstone hospital experienced a loss of power after yesterday’s torrential downpour, Expand
More details revealed of Chingford Leisure Centre plans
24/07/2021 - Housing allocation for site scaled down to protect woodland, reports Victoria Munro, Local Expand
Waltham Forest accused of ‘poorest food hygiene in London’
20/08/2021 - Despite more than half of businesses achieving the highest possible mark, reports Victoria Munro, Expand
Scheme to spruce up estates criticised as ‘piece of publicity’
18/08/2021 - Councillor questions whether Waltham Forest Council’s £1 million Proud Places project is the Expand
Fourteen-year-old charged with Chingford murder
13/08/2021 - James Markham was fatally stabbed on Monday evening A teenager aged 14 has been charged with the Expand
Why is there a lighthouse in Markhouse Road?
12/08/2021 - Lighthouse Church historian Jean Bhola explains the history behind one of Walthamstow’s most Expand
Man died after ‘suboptimal’ medication dose at Whipps Cross, inquest hears
05/08/2021 - Coroner concludes that Whipps Cross Hospital’s failings were “closely connected” Expand
The power of massage
03/08/2021 - Bella Saltiel pays a much-needed visit to CRATE’s Leyton Sports Massage clinic, as part of our Expand
A lifetime of poetry
29/07/2021 - 90-year-old author Jean Medcalf shares how her passion for poems began in 1940s Leytonstone Jean Expand
The aftermath of Walthamstow’s ‘knee-high’ floods
26/07/2021 - Residents of Brooke Road, near Wood Street Station, reveal the damage of yesterday’s Expand