Something like the Wanstead Fringe takes a huge amount of effort from a lot of people. It also takes a bit of cash, which this year was again generously supplied by Petty Son and Prestwich. But in case you were wondering, and barring any shameful erroneous omissions, these are the responsible parties who brought you the Wanstead Fringe 2014:
David Adshead, Nick Affleck, Bar Room Bar, Nick Bristow, Allen Chan, Dan Clapton, Jane Clapton, Susan Clark, Richard Corbyn, Jenny Drew, Rob Fearn, Jon Fentiman, Ronnie Finch, Mark Foster, Bassam Gilini, John Gilsenan, Paul Glynn, Paul Grant, Suzi Harnett, Katriye Ibrahim, Anya Lipska, Mel Long, Longhorn, Alistair Macqueen, Bryony Macqueen, Manor House, Teresa Mitrovic, Simon Murray, Shayne Perry, Stephanie Pettigrew, Petty Son and Prestwich, Jaime Ritchie, Caroline Roberts, John Rogers, Mark Rutherford, Scott Savill, Mary Simmons, Pat Smith, Mark Stephens, Sumo Fresh, Suzanne Taylor, Marian Temple, The Duke, The Larder, Time for Tea, John Wagstaff, Adrian Ward, Wanstead Majestic, Wanstead Oxfam, Geoff Wilkinson, Lynn Wilkinson, Giles Wilson, Maura Wilson, and 21st Epping Forest South Cub Scouts.
The winner of the Cherry Pie challenge was Orla Dean for correctly identifying the tiled bricks as being outside Bennett’s newsagents.
Thank you to all involved. If you feel the urge to get involved for 2015, drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re particularly interested in hearing from you if you have ideas about music of different varieties, talks featuring matters of really local interest or history, and theatre. Some theatre would be really great. But time moves fast and so if you have ideas, do bring them forward now.