Choice tweets about Wanstead appearing on Relocation Relocation

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You can see the programme again on 4OD. But remember, reality TV can go down as well as up.

”Grand Designs houseboat neglected by couple washes up on beach…. The 33m (100ft) vessel, which had broken free from its mooring along the coast, has earned some belated notoriety after featuring in an edition of the Channel 4 property programme in March 2007. It proved something of a disaster for [an] east London couple [who] wanted somewhere they could go with their children that had more room than their flat in Wanstead, east London.”

(from Metro, Tuesday 1 Feb, 2011)

Choice tweets about Wanstead; Never mind the deluge, feel the quality

No one told me Wanstead was nice. Looks it from inside the 66 anyway. I shall returnless than a minute ago via TweetDeck

Walking around Wanstead in awe of the houses. I could happily live around here.less than a minute ago via Echofon

Choice tweets about Wanstead, XI: Suspicious greenfly

hundreds of greenfly in the air around wanstead. Is this a sign of something sinister?less than a minute ago via mobile web

Subdued last Campaign Saturday in Wanstead

Wanstead might have expected the High Street to be a-buzz with last-minute feverish campaigning on the last Saturday morning before polling day. After all, it seems there’s plenty to play for – 6,000 is a respectable majority but not an unassailable one, and though the Conservatives have been very active campaigners, some are still tipping the Lib Dems to cause an upset here.

But it was a subdued atmosphere which greeted shoppers. There were token campaign tables from Labour and Tory groups, though not, it appeared, the candidates. And the other parties – Lib Dems, UKIP, Greens, BNP and Christian – were not in attendance.

Comments today on Twitter and Facebook about the contest include:

@mapsadaisical Leyton and Wanstead? Labour probably favourites, but I reckon both Lib Dems and Tories think they have an outside chance.
@markb999 Tories and Labour on Wanstead High Street this morning. No Lib-Dems. However, they have started sending me letters. v.odd.

@sajarina Well, still had no response to my question about abortion rights from any Leyton & Wanstead candidates except the Labour one (pro-choice)

Jenna Hedges The Leyton and Wanstead Lib Dem candidates were not present at the prospective candidates meeting/hustings with the public today and have apparently pulled out of all the Questions debates in the area. Very strange and feel compelled to find out why!

Dave Buba Iain Duncan Smith in Waitrose South Woodford