Please bring your own gloves and black sacks!
Good news on our campaign to clean up Eagle Pond. The City of London has said it will clean up the pond – date to be decided, and install new signs which say “don’t feed the ducks bread” as they harm them. Thanks to all those who helped out. This is a small success, but one that means we can help make our area just a little better.
Is it too early to buy a 2019 calendar? We say, no it isn’t! and our 2019 Wanstead Society calendars are on sale now from Bennet’s the newsagent. Lots of people have asked us for the calendar and we have a limited supply of 200.
With huge thanks to Geoff Wilkinson Photography – who supply all the pictures of Wanstead for free, and Petty Sons who sponsor us, we hope you will enjoy the 2019 intake. They make a great Christmas gift.
If you would like to pre-order any, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Local residents were so fed up with the state of Wanstead, we decided to take matters into our own hands and clean the place up.
One Saturday morning in late march we collected over 40 bags of litter with the help of 20 volunteers. So successful was the event that we have decided to have these once every other month. The next event will be held on Saturday 6th May – please bring gloves and black sacks!
Wanstead High Street has been nominated in the Kennel Club “dog friendly Awards”. We are happily home to lots of dog-friendly businesses along our High Street so let’s get Wanstead officially on the map as a great place to take our pets. Go to the below link and vote for Wanstead – vote closes on 18th September 2015.