Waltham Forest News
Waltham Forest News is Waltham Forest Council's fortnightly newspaper that keeps you up to date with all the latest Council and community news.
The paper is delivered to every home and business in the borough and you can read about how the Council is working to create a better borough for everyone who lives and works here, as well as stories about your community.
Waltham Forest News online
You can now read Waltham Forest News online and benefit from page turning and zoom functionality, as well as interactive content and a clipping service.
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- Issue 135: Work begins at Walthamstow wetlands
- Issue 134: We have frozen council tax this year
- Issue 133: Celebrating the women of Waltham Forest
- Issue 132: Success for schools after GCSE triumph
- Issue 131: Turtle Bay heats up The Scene
- Issue 130: Get fit for free in 2015
- Issue 129: Fleur East did us proud
- Issue 128: Town centres celebrated
- Issue 127: The Scene opens this week
- Issue 126: Blue plaque for Blur chap
- Issue 125: We need to talk
- Issue 124: Station link open at last
- Issue 123: Pop-up show a success
- Issue 122: Crowds show for Roadshow
- Issue 121: Students make the grade
- Issue 120: Green light for Wetlands project
- Issue 119: Waltham Forest is London
- Issue 118: New cafe now open at Leyton Jubilee Park
- Issue 117: See them pedal to the medal
- Issue 116: Drop in gang violence and robbery
- Issue 115: Hitchcock High Road
- Issue 114: Get ready to cast your vote
- Issue 113: Residents urged to 'know your plan'
- Issue 112: Report highlights huge potential
- Issue 111: Waltham Forest wins!
- Issue 110: A new-look Leyton Library
- Issue 109: Residents confident in police
- Issue 108: Blackhorse Workshop is open
- Issue 107: Borough welcomes new bobbies
- Issue 106: Seventh heaven on shopping Saturday
- Issue 105: Small Business Saturday
- Issue 104: Nando's makes The Scene
- Issue 103: Centre opens with a splash
- Issue 102: Leisure improvements on track
- Issue 101: Creating better parks and play areas
- Issue 100: Free breakfasts to fuel the school day
- Issue 99: Borough's best ever exam results
- Issue 98: Students celebrate success
- Issue 97: School's out and fun is in!
- Issue 96: Home Secretary's visit
- Issue 95: Don't Mess With Waltham Forest enviro-crime campaign
- Issue 93: Council contractor employs local people
- Issue 92: Get Together this summer
- Issue 91: Jobs for local people
- Issue 90: A brighter future
- Issue 89: Coming soon...a new cinema for Waltham Forest
- Issue 88: Council Tax frozen again
- Issue 87: Cracking down on criminals
- Issue 86: Crackdown on spitting
- Issue 85: Lea Bridge Station is go!
- Issue 84: Extra bobbies for the borough
- Issue 83: New Year fireworks
- Issue 82: Walthamstow is on the up
- Issue 81: Gang crime drops
- Issue 80: Waltham Forest celebrates
- Issue 79: Pastors on patrol
- Issue 78: Standing together
- Issue 77: Celebrating Waltham Forest's Olympic Year
- Issue 76: The Paralympic Games are here!
- Issue 75: Schools celebrate pass rate rises
- Issue 74: Students make the grade
- Issue 73: What a Games!
- Issue 72: Olympic Torch honour for local footballer
- Issue 71: The Games are here!
- Issue 70: Waltham Forest Welcome
- Issue 69: Silver screen returns to Walthamstow (and Council services during the 2012 Games)
- Issue 68: Make It Count!
- Issue 67: Your borough, your say
- Issue 66: Summer Fun 2012
- Issue 65: Love Your Borough Awards 2012
- Issue 64: Your summer soundtrack
- Issue 63: A royal visit
- Issue 62: More stars Party on the Pitch
- Issue 61: Cash boost for leisure centres
- Issue 60: Party on the Pitch
- Issue 59: Council Tax freeze
- Issue 58: Council topples pizza: appeal
- Issue 57: Welcome to 2012
- Issue 56: 2012 street parties
- Issue 55: Thanking our uniformed services
- Issue 54: Enough is Enough
- Issue 53: 2012 test tickets
- Issue 52: Gold for Walthamstow: Village
- Issue 51: The Big 6 events launched
- Issue 50: Exam success
- Issue 49: The real face of Waltham Forest
- Issue 48: Sports facilities get 2012 facelift
- Issue 47: One year to go
- Issue 46: Investing in you
- Issue 45: Free parking trial
- Issue 44: News from Annual Council
- Issue 43: EMD application rejected
- Issue 42: Party Time
- Issue 41: LYB awards 2011
- Issue 40: USA Olympic teams
- Issue 39: Respond to 2011 census
- Issue 38: Lord Coe drops in
- Issue 37: School review victory
- Issue 36: O's for the cup
- Issue 35: Funding talks held
- Issue 34: LYB award nominations
- Issue 33: Merry Christmas
- Issue 32: Could you be a snow angel?
- Issue 31: Have your say about £65 million savings
- Issue 30: Help us save £65 million
- Issue 29: Calling on Boris for more: police
- Issue 28: £3m cash boost for: gallery
- Issue 27: Help save our schools
- Issue 26: Autumn event's
- Issue 25: Day trippers
- Issue 24: School open for summer
- Issue 23: Cleared!
- Issue 22: Protecting your services
- Issue 21: Flying the flag
- Issue 20: Do something special
- Issue 19: Schools go to the polls
- Issue 18: Grub's up!
- Issue 17: Park life
- Issue 16: Green Celebrations
- Issue 15: The big freeze
- Issue 14: Here come the grime fighters
- Issue 13: Getting more from the games
- Issue 12: February half-term activities
- Issue 11: Lloyd Park set for £3.5m revamp
- Issue 10: Everything you need for a green Christmas
- Issue 9: Children In Need raises £20million
- Issue 8: 16 November Remembered
- Issue 7: 2 November: £5m pledge for Leyton improvements
- Issue 6: 19 October: It doesn't have to happen
- Issue 5: 5 October: Towards recovery
- Issue 4: 21 September: Your borough needs you
- Issue 3: 31 August GCSE results at a ten year high
- Issue 2: 10 August: Radio times
- Issue 1: 20 July: Get them off: our streets
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Waltham Forest News publication dates
Waltham Forest News is published 23 times a year. To find out out the next publication date, details can be found in the latest edition.
Pick up a copy of Waltham Forest News
You can pick up a free copy of the latest Waltham Forest News from any of our locations. Waltham Forest News can be found in all the main Council buildings, libraries and information offices.
- Cathall Leisure Centre, Cathall Road, Leytonstone
- Lea Bridge Library, Lea Bridge Road, Leyton
- Kelmscott Leisure Centre, Markhouse Road, Walthamstow
- Leyton Leisure Lagoon, 763 High Road, Leyton
- Waltham Forest Register Office, 106 Grove Road, Walthamstow
- Housing Services, Cedar Wood House, Fulbourne Road
- Ascham Homes, 1 Wood Street, Walthamstow
- Waltham Forest Town Hall, Forest Road, Walthamstow
- Wood Street Library, Forest Road, Walthamstow
- Waltham Forest Pool and Track, Chingford Road, Walthamstow
- Vestry House Museum, Vestry Road, Walthamstow
- LB of Waltham Forest, Children and Families, 1C The Drive, Walthamstow
- Adult Education, Chestnut House, 398 Hoe Street, Walthamstow
- Willow House, 869 Forest Road, Walthamstow
- Consumer Protection Services, 154 Blackhorse Road, Walthamstow
- Adult First Response Team North, 47 Gainsford Road, Walthamstow
- Walthamstow Library, High Street, Walthamstow
- Higham Hill Library, North Countess Road, Walthamstow
- The Mall Shopping Centre, 45 Selborne Walk, Walthamstow
- North Chingford Library, The Green, Chingford
- Larkswood Leisure Centre, New Road, Chingford
If you find a display stand empty or containing older versions of WFN please let Waltham Forest Direct know on 020 8496 3000 or by email at email@example.com.