Well, a video actually! We have just made our 1st welcome to Orpington video to encourage customers from near and far to come and explore everything that Orpington town centre has to offer.
East London violinist, Danielle Mac, will return to perform in a lunchtime recital with Ilford pianist, Cathy Davies on Wednesday 13th August 2014 (from 1.10 PM) at the beautiful St John's Church in Stratford, Newham.
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If you suffer from snoring or are fed up at being kept awake by your partner’s nocturnal noises, joining your local Rock Choir could be the answer to uninterrupted sleep. Joining the nation’s favourite contemporary choir can help
Festival concert for Whipps Cross with “Music Inspired by Love & Literature” will feature guitarist, SAM BROWN from RCM; Waltham Forest Community Choir directed by Marie-Claude Perreault & the Modality Youth Choir. The latter is l
Waltham Forest violinist Danielle Mac returns to Newham where her musical journey began.
Rotary gives Royal Festival Hall opportunity to Danielle Mac a violinist and concert presenter from Woodford Green in Waltham Forest, East London.
SCHOOLCHILDREN in Waltham Forest taking part in a sunflower growing competition organised by a national charity can get free tips and advice from a gardening expert this month (June, 2014).
WALTHAM FOREST parents and care professionals are being offered free advice on how to help children with conditions affecting their social, communication and learning abilities achieve a happier more fulfilled life (2014).
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The Holy Family Catholic School and Sixth Form year 13 students’ reached the Borough Cup Final on Wednesday 14th May. It involved beating some of the top teams in the borough to reach the final against Walthamstow Academy; it has
CHILDREN from Waltham Forest are this month (May, 2014) being challenged by a national charity to grow the ‘fattest sunflower face’.