South Woodford resident Debbie Pearson is a tour guide for the City of London and the City of Westminster. During lockdown, she took the opportunity to learn more about the local area, including former resident Sylvia Pankhurst. Anti–Air War Memorial photo by Geoff Wilkinson
Woodford Arts Group member Emma Liebeskind introduces her project tracking the changing seasons in Epping Forest, which was born out of the first lockdown and continues to inspire her
Drivers are reminded that from 25 October, the London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) is expanding to cover a larger area
Some South Woodford scribbles from DD, our resident diarist, commentator and observer of all things local
Students from Woodbridge High School have been contributing ideas to the South Woodford Society’s Neighbourhood Plan, and are keen to emphasise sustainability. Sheila Qazi and Kate Sheehan report
Councillor Rosa Gomez (Churchfields, Labour) is organising an event in South Woodford for young people to say what they really want. Among the speakers will be inspirational Redbridge hero Isaac Harvey
Woodford Town FC finally returned to the borough in August for their inaugural match at the refurbished Ashton Playing Fields after years of ground-sharing in Harlow. John Dillon reports
Snaresbrook Primary School pupil Ellis Gentles has set a new athletic record for the under-9s 75m sprint.
Redbridge Council has launched a consultation on proposals to reduce through traffic and create ‘safer, quieter, and more attractive streets’ in the Oakdale area of South Woodford.
Healthwatch Redbridge is running a survey to collate people’s experiences of local dental services
One of South Woodford’s most senior residents, master craftswoman Wendy Lawson, is surrounded in her home by beautiful examples of her own handiwork. Bernice Butcher meets a woman of many talents
Campaigners seeking to overturn the decision to award the former Elmhurst Gardens bowls club site to a private nursery held a protest picnic in the park in August.