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Waltham Forest Echo
New Walthamstow tower block proposed
10 HRS AGO - Walthamstow could be about to get another high-rise tower block, reports Vicky Munro, Local Expand
‘Troubled’ Leytonstone venue refused licence to open late
2 DAYS AGO - Business owner loses late-night licence bid because of previous complaints, reports Vicky Munro, Expand
Francis Road’s popular Jumble Trail is back in May
5 DAYS AGO - Miriam C, the Instagrammer behind @leyton_living, celebrates the return of Leyton’s Expand
Hatch Lane Ward candidates for council by-election revealed
29/04/2021 - Residents of Hatch Lane Ward can choose between four candidates on 6th May, reports Elizabeth Expand
Warning against swimming in River Lea
27/04/2021 - Local groups advise against taking a dip in the river, reports Victoria Munro, Local Democracy Expand
Petition launched against latest Leyton gambling venue
23/04/2021 - Little Vegas wants to open new gambling outlet in Leyton High Road, reports Victoria Munro, Local Expand
Photo series: Finding hope in Walthamstow’s streets
20/04/2021 - Photographer Duncan Holmes responds to our theme, Hope, by snapping the little bursts of joy you Expand
New book captures Waltham Forest community kindness during Covid
15/04/2021 - Waltham Forest Community Hub (WFCH) came together to create a book featuring stories of local Expand
Council failures over ‘tragic’ child cruelty case
13/04/2021 - Court hears how evidence of family’s neglect were missed by key agencies, reports Rachael Expand
Coronation Square developer’s council discount agreed
1 DAY AGO - Developer offered cheaper land purchase price for Leyton development, reports Vicky Munro, Local Expand
Making a (spring) splash at Gnome House
2 DAYS AGO - Gnome House community art centre reopens with their all-encompassing Spring Splash event, writes Expand
Protestors say rally against male violence and #KillTheBill won’t be the last
7 DAYS AGO - Jenny Lennox writes about Waltham Forest’s End Violence Against Women group‘s April Expand
The Gleaners announce new subscription service
28/04/2021 - As pay-what-you-feel café “struggles to stay afloat” after becoming a community food Expand
Chingford executive assistant’s new company is a virtual success
26/04/2021 - Jo Sealy of the Waltham Forest Business Network speaks to Cherrelle Stewart-White, who turned her Expand
Anger over funfair’s funeral day closure
22/04/2021 - Parents bemoan decision to close funfair in ‘respect’ of deceased prince, reports Expand
Stanley James: Cowboy, preacher and friend to the famous
18/04/2021 - Author and journalist Robert Nurden’s rollercoaster journey following his grandfather Stanley’s Expand
Three borough businesses fined over hygiene breaches
14/04/2021 - Moths found in the flour used at a Leyton bakery, reports Victoria Munro, Local Democracy Reporter Expand
Fresh appeal to catch Amaan’s killers
12/04/2021 - The fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy in Walthamstow three years ago remains a mystery, reports Expand
The Duke of Edinburgh’s local legacy
1 DAY AGO - When did the late Prince Philip last visit Waltham Forest? And how many of our young people have Expand
Council to prop up struggling ice centre scheme
3 DAYS AGO - Plans for new Lee Valley Ice Centre building are in jeopardy, reports Vicky Munro, Local Democracy Expand
Coppermill Swifts out in force to protest Secret Cinema
29/04/2021 - After a dramatic few weeks for football, David O’Driscoll reflects on a Sunday of protest Expand
‘Outstanding’ Walthamstow nursery closed after missing child incident
27/04/2021 - Three-year-old found roaming park by police, reports Victoria Munro, Local Democracy Reporter An Expand
Photo series: Everyday moments of magic
24/04/2021 - In his response to our photography theme, Hope, Olivier Guiberteau focuses on the everyday moments Expand
The postcards of Elmfield Road
22/04/2021 - When news of a local memorial reached Bradford-based history enthusiast Jane Callaghan, she Expand
Everyone on Boards: Waltham Forest needs an indoor skatepark
17/04/2021 - Everyone on Boards CIC’s Daniel Turner explains why now’s the perfect time to get the borough’s Expand
Inside Walthamstow Market’s challenging lockdown year
13/04/2021 - Gunvor Jónsson and Sophie Watson from The Open University’s Department of Sociology reveal Expand