Monthly Archives: November 2014

Oh Come All Ye Village Faithful

9th December 2014 for Christmas carols on the Square The run up to Christmas can start to seem a bit of a chore when you have to battle through busy shops, crowds on the streets and endless lists. But fear … Continue reading

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Walthamstow Village Mini Holland consultation

The council has today (Friday 28th November) started to hand deliver the Mini Holland consultation document for the Walthamstow Village area. You can download it here. Or click on the image on the right to download just the map on … Continue reading

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The Grandest House in the Village

A history of Orford House by Karen Averby Built c. 1802, Orford House on Orford Road is one of the oldest historic buildings in the area, yet its unassuming set-back position means that it is not so prominent within the … Continue reading

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Mini Holland News

First round of consultations completed Residents and businesses in the Village are waiting for the latest Mini Holland proposals following a series of consultation workshops held in late October and early November. Unless you’ve only recently returned from a desert … Continue reading

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A History of the Beulah Rd Shops

Strolling down Beulah Road today, it’s hard to believe that at the turn of the 20th century, there were more shops lining the road than there were on Orford Road at the same time. In 1887, there were a total … Continue reading

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The Estate We’re In

The Transformation of the Ravenswood Industrial Estate A few months ago, you might have known the Ravenswood Industrial Estate as ‘that place behind the locked gates down the end of Summit Road’. Or somewhere you took your car for an … Continue reading

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