Laughs are guaranteed on Friday 19 October as the Black History Month (BHM) comedy night returns to Walthamstow Assembly Hall for another year of jokes, japes and giggles.
Waltham Forest’s green credentials have been recognised by London in Bloom as our community champions have won a whole host of awards in this year’s competition.
Waltham Forest residents are invited to come and try the new facilities at the Feel Good Too Centre, off Ive Farm Close in Leyton during a special ‘Taster Day’ on Saturday 6 October.
Gardeners and home growers rejoice! The annual Waltham Forest Council bulb and compost giveaway is returning for autumn 2018.
Waltham Forest residents will be able to boost their skills, health and earning potential thanks to the opening of The Junction in Cathall Road, Leytonstone, on Friday 21 September.
The annual bulb and compost giveaway is returning for Waltham Forest for autumn 2018 – it’s a great chance to plant some new flowers to brighten up a grassy area, flower bed or tree pit in your neighbourhood and put a smile on people’s faces as they pass by.
Life Chances Commission report published as young people in Waltham Forest feel the lack of work experience opportunities is the biggest blockage to meeting their aspirations.
Today the London Borough of Culture 2019 announces an open call to artists from across the world to take part in a major new series of seven projects and be part of the creative programme that will be delivered across Waltham Forest.
Research shows that Waltham Forest residents are going to live at least seven months longer thanks to increased physical activity.
Waltham Forest has opened applications for the London Borough of Culture Fellowship Funding scheme, which will offer grants to support ambitious cultural activity and projects to be delivered across the borough during 2019.
The Fellowship Funding scheme will invest over £500,000 in artists and organisations, and will be just one of the ways that local organisations can get involved and be part of the programme.