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The ghost of Trinity SchoolThe ghost of Trinity School
9:00am today
Mysterious letters, lights being turned on, school bells ringing for no reason and even the flooding of a room are things which have been blamed on an angry and bitter ghost which is haunting the halls at Trinity High School in Woodford Green. Charlie Stong set out on a trail to find the spirit.

Local company takes its place in history
10:00am today
THIS Christmas, local company Allen Pamphilon and Sons (now APS but still known to most people simply as Pamphilon's) will leave the site from which it has done business for over a century and relocate to new premises.

She bamboozled themShe bamboozled them
5:08pm Tue 6 Dec 05
LOUGHTON'S Caroline Polledri is not a girl to shrink from the spotlight.

Orient’s eightsome reel
9:00am Sunday 4th December 2005
LEYTON Orient Football Club had made a very fine start to the 1955/6 season in Division 3 South and after 17 league games stood third in the table with a game in hand on the two teams above them.

The charity making a huge differenceThe charity making a huge difference
5:05pm Sat 3 Dec 05
ACCURO, a charity providing support for people with disabilities and their families are looking for more volunteer helpers to join those already making a huge differences to the lives of families in west Essex.

Young and old come together to pass on Young and old come together to pass on
9:00am Wed 30 Nov 05
RESIDENTS of a South Woodford road are in for a treat after the launch of a website tracing the history of the street.

Reliving the memories of warReliving the memories of war
11:00am Fri 25 Nov 05
Walthamstow resident Peter Perry returned to the battlefield of El Alamein and memories of his young manhood during the Second World War. Here he shares his experiences.

Ray’s life as a collector
4:26pm Tuesday 22nd November 2005
"MY generation was so lucky. We had the first music revolution in the UK and we just managed to miss conscription. Things were new, had never been seen before. Everything was great."

In the name of rugbyIn the name of rugby
4:41pm Mon 21 Nov 05
Upper Clapton Rugby Club is acclaimed among rugby players across the UK and beyond and boasts an illustrious past that extends for more than 125 years. PAUL WELLSTEAD met club historian Dave Miller to learn about the famous names and equally famous blazers.

The king of English treesThe king of English trees
4:44pm Fri 18 Nov 05
FOREST PORTRAIT with Epping Forest verderer Peter Adams.

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