Wanstead Magazine Club’s new frontier

The Wanstead Magazine Club – which recycles interesting magazines in public places in Wanstead for the benefit of anyone who’s interested – is from today available in a third venue, Provender.

The club has also been offering a wider range of magazines, including the clearly highbrow (Prospect, New Yorker and London Review of Books), and more populist (Vanity Fair and Wired). Anyone with copies of Elle Decoration, GQ, National Geographic, Good Food, Which or the Beano out there? We think you might, if you examine your conscience, find a small voice telling you that you really ought to share your riches with your Wanstead fellows. Find out more at the Wanstead Magazine Club.

And in the meantime, what better way to make the most of the Farmers’ Market than enjoying a latte and pain aux raisins at the Larder or a spot of petit dejeuner at Provender in the company of some fine reading material.

1 thought on “Wanstead Magazine Club’s new frontier”

  1. I think the idea of recycling free & good
    Magazines is excellent!
    Especially for the Elderly or Disabled
    People, like myself, as I am now
    Wheel Chair burdened, since my 3 week
    coma, 7 years ago!
    Thee best part, is that, every Magazine,
    can be re-read & returned for free!!

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