• HIGH BEACH: Exhibition in church

    ARTISTS from the area will be exhibiting their work in a church next month. The show will be held in the Church of the Holy Innocents in High Beach from Monday, April 9, to Sunday, April 15 between 10am and 4pm every day. Refreshments

  • Cestor rejoins Cards

    Orient defender Mike Cestor has rejoined Woking on loan until April 28. The Frenchman joins the Cards for the third time, having made just two appearances for the O's this season. Woking currently top the Blue Square Bet South table, finding themselves

  • Bostock joins Robins

    John Bostock has joined League Two side Swindon Town on loan for the rest of the season. The Spurs youngster was recently recalled from a loan with Sheffield Wednesday and will be in line for his debut in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy final

  • Lisbie: 'I think we need two or three wins'

    Kevin Lisbie believes Orient need another “two or three wins” to ensure they will not be involved in the relegation scrap at the end of the campaign. The O’s slipped to defeat on Tuesday night at MK Dons, dropping them to 17th in the League

  • CHINGFORD: Burglar jailed for two years

    A BURGLAR who stole more than 40 belongings from two victims has been jailed. Rayan Crawford, 26, of Thomas Fyre Drive in Bow, was caught with a laptop, wallets, video games and other items in his rucksack when police stopped him in Old Church

  • WALTHAM ABBEY: Exhibition on history of policing

    AN exhibition on the era when police rode on bicycles and phoned the station in Tardis-style blue phone boxes will open later this month. Drawing on extensive archive material from Essex Police and Epping Forest District Council, it will tell

  • Tour of USA for Spurs

    Spurs have announced they will be returning to the United States of America this summer as part of a pre-season training camp. Harry Redknapp’s side will take on 2011 MLS Cup winners LA Galaxy on Tuesday, July 24, as they line up against former

  • Former Hammer linked with move from Newcastle

    Former West Ham United striker Demba Ba has been linked with a move from Newcastle United to Chelsea. Ba has been a huge success at Newcastle since leaving Upton Park last summer. Chelsea owner Roman Abramovic is reportedly interested in bringing the

  • CHINGFORD: Crossing reopens after six-week wait

    A PEDESTRIAN crossing is finally working again after being out of action for six weeks, but the cause of the delay remains a mystery. Lights at the busy crossing in Chingford Mount Road in Chingford, near the junction with Hampton Road, were

  • O's fan's view: ‘Another one bites the dust’

    The post-match old classic ‘Another one bites the dust’ at Stadium:mk on Tuesday just about summed up an instantly forgettable evening as the O’s suffered their third successive away defeat. Despite holding their opponents to only a single-goal margin

  • WOODFORD GREEN: Easter egg hunt at church

    CHILDREN can enjoy a free Easter egg hunt at a local church. The event will be held at All Saints Church on Inmans Row in Woodford Green. The hunt is for children aged between three and 11. Following the clues takes around 45 minutes

  • Dagenham striker leaves on loan

    Dagenham & Redbridge striker Rob Edmans has joined Dover Athletic on loan until the end of the season. The 25-year-old has had a frustrating campaign with injuries restricting him to just four appearances for the Daggers. Dagenham boss John

  • CHINGFORD: Colourful yet dark past of Chingford Hatch

    CHINGFORD'S forgotten past is brought back to life in a new book by a retired librarian. Joe Curtis discovers a rich history with a dark twist. MURDER, secret rooms and an army gathered to fight Napoleon all form part of Chingford’s colourful

  • WALTHAMSTOW: College gets multi-million pound makeover

    A MULTI-MILLION pound overhaul of Walthamstow's historic Waltham Forest College has been completed. The heart of the £3million project, funded by the government's Skills Funding Agency (SFA), is the transformation of its former hall into a

  • Fernandes linked to Spurs

    Spurs are thought to be keen on Besiktas midfielder Manuel Fernandes, according to Turkish newspaper Haberturk. The 26-year-old has experienced life in the Premier League before with both Everton and Portsmouth, and Harry Redknapp is believed

  • WANSTEAD: Golf club development plans passed

    AN application from a golf club to build a five bedroom house on a patch of land containing several protected trees has been approved. Councillors approved the plan from Wanstead Golf club last night. Several previous applications to

  • Watford recall Bond

    Watford have recalled young goalkeeper Jonathan Bond from his loan spell at Dagenham and Redbridge. Bond joined the League Two strugglers on a one-month loan due to injury to Chris Lewington and made five starts for Dagenham. However, he has been

  • WOODFORD GREEN: Cakes & Shakes accused deny charges

    THE men arrested over a shooting at a high street milkshake bar, which left a man fighting for his life, have denied all the charges against them. James Bryant, 24, a co-owner of Cakes and Shakes in the High Road, Woodford Green, was shot in

  • Slade calls for consistency

    After watching his side fall to a 4-1 defeat at MK Dons on Tuesday night, Russell Slade said he felt his players were letting both him and themselves down at present. The O’s travelled to Stadium:mk looking for back-to-back victories having

  • LEYTONSTONE: Children train with former Olympian

    SCHOOLGIRLS swapped rowing machines for the real thing as they had their first training session with a former world champion. The nine pupils from Connaught School for Girls, in Connaught Road, Leytonstone, met three-time silver medallist Katherine

  • WALTHAMSTOW: Muamba was 'dead for 78 minutes'

    FABRICE Muamba was effectively dead for 78 minutes, the doctor who treated him has said. Speaking to the BBC, Bolton Wanderers doctor Jonathan Tobin said the midfielder was not breathing on his own for 48 minutes before he reached hospital