Date: 15.10.2021. Time: 15:00
Location: The Engine House Visitor Centre
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Date: 15.10.2021. Time: 15:00
Location: The Engine House Visitor Centre
Date: 07.08.2021. Time: 10:00
Location: Hackney Wick
Is there anything happening for Earth day this year? I know usually there are some local companies campaigning or collecting money / raising awareness. I would really love to support anyone in their efforts to raise awareness :)
Date: 27.04.2021. Time: 12:30
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Date: 11.07.2020. Time: 09:30
They have now brought a friend into their property. This is what they have done many a time in the past when we asked them to reduce noise levels. They invite a couple of friends to stay over the weekend and make noise until usually 4am. However during this time they shouldn't be doing this
So what we're asking is, is there any point speaking to them again as each time we approach them their behaviour gets worse. We are concerned about them looking into our property as that is criminal behaviour? New neighbours to the side moved in just before the lockdown who have 2 small children and since they play in the garden early morning our neighbours have started sitting at the top of their stairs in nothing but a nightgown staring at them and most likely all other neighbours, do we say something? It's not pleasant to be stared at in the privacy of your own home. I cant open my windows curtains or blinds as I'm so uncomfortable.
During this time we have had to stay home they have increased their noise disturbance stamping on the floor, slamming their doors and worse causing damage to both our cars. We've been here for many years and not had damage to our vehicles. Since we approached them we have had both vehicles damaged around 4/5 times. We've caught them this morning leaning on our car and seen us and run off?
They are deliberately making noise above us day and night, we are on the ground floor. We have spoken to them and they have only got worse. I am concerned about their behaviour as they also look through our windows both at the back and front and watch us when we leave the property. Prior to the pandemic they did the same to family or friends visiting it is disturbing as I've caught them watching me in my car and they don't hide it
This is a great place for us to communicate and my first time posting. I was hoping it would be more positive. We are all trying to get by during this pandemic and you would think people especially neighbours would be supportive to each other. I love the area and my partner grew up here in Leyton. We have new neighbours just over a year and their behaviour is so disturbing.
I’m William ! One of your neighbours at Huxley Road Leyton! As the good weather is getting us good and it seems like this quarantine goes on for a while ... We here to give you a hand and make your day a little more...tasty! ☺️
The 3 of us are freelance Events / Bar professionals that unfortunately haven’t got anything going on because of this current situation. So here is our alternative way out !
Please find below our drinks menu and do not hesitate to contact us if you need anymore information or just want to talk!
WhatsApp : 07445209013
Instagram : JavierWilliam
Have a beautiful day!
For those that live near the retail park in Leyton, please sign my petition to extend the parking permit scheme.
Website link to petition below:
There is a neighbour who bakes organic sourdough bread at home located on E10 5EL.
You can order through their instagram account:
I can confirm that they're very tasty (especially when they're fresh right out of the oven!)
There’s a homeless person named Craig that usually sits down at Leytonstone Station Church Lane exit. He usually sleeps at the Tescos car park.
He doesn’t drink and has been off heroin for the past 6.5 years.
Last night, his sleeping bag got stolen.
He said another homeless person might have picked it up when he went to the toilet. If you have a spare sleeping bag or blankets, please donate them to him.
If you’re feeling extra generous, please buy him a Cornish pasty from Olympic (right across the street). He seems to be quite fond of them
Hi everyone, does anyone have a VHS player I could use very briefly? My grandmother recently passed away and I found a VHS tape and would love to check it to see if there was any footage of her on it.
UPDATE: Localised Settings (Edited)
thank you all for joining and being a part of the Leyton community.
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If you are new to this website and are reading this, I assume you got a letter from me today.
As you know for a while now, I have been walking around Leyton handing out flyers :D
I've wanted to show you a map of the streets where I've been to so you have a perspective of how well connected we are to each other! :D
Both 92/94 Pearcroft Road and 39/37 Pearcroft Road have been identified for a proposed Bikehangar.
You have just about more than a week to file back feedback.
It would be appreciated if any individuals with no necessity of car parking (students/shareflats) would volunteer put their residential front space up for proposal.
Final date to file feedback: 15th November
Online - www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/pearcroftroad9240
If you are interested to register for a Bikehanger:
Pearcroft Road has been identified for a proposed Bikehangar in response to 6 requests received from residents.
One Bikehangar can hold up to 6 bikes, one per household and only takes half the space of a car park.
Residents can hire space for one bike in a Bikehangar for £25 per year per bike, and a refundable key deposit of £25.
The Bikehangar is proposed to be installed from the boarder of 39/37 in front of 37.
A brand new hospital at Whipps Cross but what happens to the rest of the site? Barts Health Trust has a drop in event this Friday, 9am to 12noon at Whipps Cross Hospital Outpatients Department. More info: http://socsi.in/v6Eae
Make your views known: http://socsi.in/nDQze
Residents are invited to special performance of Lock Down, inspired by young people’s experiences of knife crime in Waltham Forest, performed by young actors at
Production takes place 4 Nov at 2pm @ Assembly Hall. To reserve free seats http://socsi.in/DC4mX
Date: 31.10.2019. Time: 17:00
Location: Leyton Jubilee Park
Don't miss out on Halloween fun at #Leyton Jubilee Park with the
! Trick or Treat 5K & Family Trail - a perfect event for the whole family from little monsters right up to grandscarents 🎃 It would be a GRAVE error to miss out...
find out more: http://socsi.in/gLIpF
This #HateCrimeAwarenessWeek, captain of
shared how he’s been racially abused in the past.
“It’s hurtful to think in this day & age people will hate you for the colour of your skin, which it why we need to work together to tackle hate.”
Over the last decade, Waltham Forest has:
🚲 increased cycling by 103%
⬇️ reduced carbon emissions by nearly 25%
🌳 planted more than 13k trees
A survey has been launched to see how you think it's going and what else could be done!?
Have your say here: http://socsi.in/Ogak3
hey everyone! Some time ago I joined this cute community. I would have a question, which I hope from the soul that it does not bother. I was wondering if anyone knows a job around me? huge thanks 😊
The Breyer Group Stadium played host to 60 children for the Show Racism the Red Card event on Wednesday 9 October 2019. Pupils from Greenleaf Primary School were invited by Leyton Orient Trust as part of the Premier League Primary Stars programme.
WalthamForest Adult Learning Service wants to collaborate with local organisations in #WFOurPlace to provide fun community events in support of adults who'd like to learn or improve English.
Want to get involved? Email: email@example.com to learn more
Going for a family lunch next weekend? Choose somewhere with the #HealthierCateringCommitment logo where food and drink businesses give customers a healthy eating option.
Healthier Catering Commitment is a voluntary scheme for food businesses and outlets.
Businesses which apply are encouraged to take various small actions around reducing salt and sugar, healthier frying, increasing carbohydrates, promoting healthier options and improving access to fruit or vegetables.
Read more: socsi.in/S1B6m
Thanks to @thameswater and @MayorofLondon
residents in highamspark can get unlimited free refills and help them reduce waste from single-use plastic bottles💧♻️💚
Perhaps we can aim a little further South next time too please? :)
There's still time to join for this year's Big Bulb Giveaway - The council is giving away an astounding 100,000 bulbs to schools, residents, and community groups across #WalthamForest 🌻🌺🌹🌷
book your bulbs here http://socsi.in/MSzNv
How could the Whipps Cross Hospital site be redeveloped? 3 potential options are set out in the *new* site masterplan. Have a say? They're keen to hear your views on these options and the issues that are most important to you!🌳 Read more on: http://bartshealth.nhs.uk/future-whipps
Heard the news? althamForest will benefit from a new hospital at WhippsCross, the result of years of campaigning with residents and partners across the borough 🏥 Full story here 👉 http://socsi.in/__zzRgR
It's been another year of success for WalthamForest gardeners and growers in 2019's London in Bloom awards - special congrats to Walthamstow Village in Bloom for winning London in Bloom Best Entrant 2019
Read more: http://socsi.in/S6pEW Well done to all the winners 🌺🌸🌹
A consultation event with Leytonstone residents wishing to share their views on the Draft Local Plan.
Places are limited due to the size of the room available.
A light lunch will be provided.
To register click:
Following a few years of popups and residencies, Leyton wine bar and deli Yardarm is now making its restaurant space a permanent spot and keeping it in the family when it comes to the chef.
A sample menu promises dishes like:
Sweetcorn, mushroom toast
Zucchini flower, ricotta, pumpkin seed
Runner beans, peach, walnut
Rigatoni, shin, aged ricotta
Chickpea pancake, parsley, comte
Location: 239 Francis road, Leyton, London E10 6NQ
When: 25th September from 5pm
EU citizens who wish to stay in the UK should apply for Settled Status - help is available at Walthamstow and Leytonstone libraries. More info on http://socsi.in/zaK75
What do you think might happen to the local impact of Leyton?
Date: 27.09.2019. Time: 12:00
Location: Leytonstone Town Centre
From Monday 23 September two road closures close to four schools in Leyton became pedestrian and cycle only zones at the beginning and the end of the school day.
You have one week left to comment on Shaping the Borough: Draft Local Plan 2020 – 2035. Read details online and respond at http://socsi.in/5b9KG before Monday 30 September. Sign up to get more about the Plan’s progress direct to your inbox: http://socsi.in/AbM1y