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Rolling news pages

Fatal collision, Buckhurst Way, Buckhurst Hill (October 2021)
Palmers Grove, Nazeing - murder investigation (September 2021)
Grosvenor Drive, Loughton - murder investigation (August 2021)
VOTE 2021 (May 6)
Farm Hill Road hit-and-run, Waltham Abbey (April 2021)
Richard Okorogheye (March-April 2021)
Three Colts pub arson, Buckhurst Hill (February 2021)
Wake Arms roundabout - murder investigation (June 2020)
 
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(September 25, 2021) - Essex cricketer Ryan ten Doeschate, who lives in Epping, talks about his career and plans for the future after his decision to retire at the end of the 2021 season CLICK HERE

(September 11, 2021) - Epping Forest District Council chairman Helen Kane opens the new Buckhurst Hill Football Club stand on the day the club played the biggest match in its history CLICK HERE

(August 25, 2021) - A blue plaque is unveiled at one of the former Epping homes of 'Brambly Hedge' creator Jill Barklem CLICK HERE
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5.34pm - Friday, October 22

Multi-storey car park plan for Sainsbury distribution centre

A three-storey car park accommodating almost 500 vehicles - which would provide an additional 187 spaces on the site - is proposed for the Sainsbury distribution centre on the edge of Waltham Abbey, a planning application reveals.

The Waltham Point Distribution Centre, which employs just over 1,000 staff, currently has parking for 432 vehicles and space for 40 cycles.

In addition to Waltham Point’s core use as a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week Sainsbury distribution centre, the site also contains a Resource Recovery Unit and Vehicle Maintenance Unite. 

The company is moving to a "more labour intensive system" which will create about 350 new jobs. 

A planning statement submitted to Epping Forest District Council with the planning application states: "The way that the shift patterns operate means that there is an overlap between shifts that mean pressure for car parking can be intense. 

"To accommodate new colleagues, even assuming future model shifts, SSL will need to provide approximately 200 additional parking spaces.

"The most sustainable and efficient way to accommodate these is to provide a new decked car park, comprising 494 car parking spaces, over the existing colleague car park. This will provide an increase of 187 new car parking spaces. 225 cycle spaces are also proposed." 

The planning application also includes proposals for 99 new trailer spaces.

The planning statement adds: "The car park will have three decks above the ground, reaching a parapet height in the north of 11.6m and a parapet height to the south of 10.5m.

"The highest point, at the top of the stair core, will reach 12.5m. This is still well below the height of the adjacent Waltham Point building and Resource Recovery Unit.

"The north and south elevations of the car park will be treated with a metal perforated cladding.

The south elevation is the most visible from outside of the site. The car park will be designed to have a functional aesthetic, taking context to its commercial surroundings and the needs of its proposed use, but opportunities to provide decorative elements will be pursued.

"The decorative cladding will be located in distinct areas to break up the façade. Textured and flat panels will be used with an inverted undulation to create a woven effect."
4.44pm - Friday, October 22

DISTRICT: Council tax rise not ruled out as council looks to resolve £1.5m income-expenditure "gap"

A financial warning has been issued by Epping Forest District Council which has highlighted a £1.5m "gap" between projected income and expenditure for the next financial year.

The council says it is doing "all it can" to freeze council tax bills for 2022-23 however, as discussions are underway to set next year's budget, a first increase in a decade is not being ruled out.

The council's share of council has only increase once in the last ten years - in a "special measure" to fund additional police officers in the district.

The financial situation was outlined by finance portfolio holder councillor John Philip at the last cabinet meeting.

In a statement issued after the meeting, the council said: "For two years, the financial impact of Covid has been well managed within Epping Forest District Council’s resources."

Mr Philip spelt out the position as councillors start to consider next year’s budget and the medium-term financial plan.

The council said: "Income is down and expenses have increased despite many steps to mitigate the impact of Covid. 

"A £1.5m gap between projected income and expenditure next year needs to be bridged.
 
"Epping Forest District Council has increased Council Tax only once in the last ten years - in a special measure to fund additional police officers in the district.

"The council is doing all it can to protect residents from a Council Tax rise in 2022 but acknowledges the major financial challenge all public sector organisations are facing next year.

"As councillors do all they can to protect people’s pockets. cabinet portfolio holders and service directors have been tasked with going through all the council’s budgets over the next few weeks to see how further efficiencies can be found, front-line public services protected and the economic recovery of the district sustained."
8.42am - Friday, October 22

EPPING: School's mental health awareness event raises over £4,000

A day at Epping St John's School dedicated to raising awareness of mental health has so far raised over £4,000 for Papyrus, a national charity dedicated to the prevention of young suicide,

The school has thanked all students, staff and the local community who supported the PSHE Mental Health Drop Down Day and a fundraising event to support the charity.

Head of PSHE Jake White, who planned and organised the PSHE lesson content, said: "Students were engaged in really mature, thoughtful and sensitive discussions around the theme of Mental Health, raising awareness of the topic at a time when more people than ever are struggling with their mental health - a result of the lockdowns we've endured in the past 18 months."

Guidance Manager Mitch Reeves, who co-ordinated a Hope Walk for Papyrus, said: "The whole idea behind the walk was to raise awareness of how many children take their own lives each year.

"It is a statistic that shocked me - 200."

He added: "Suicide affects us all and is something close to my heart after my dad attempted to take his own life when I was 17.

"I could not be prouder of the kids and our incredible pastoral team who supported me with the proposal from the moment I mentioned it."

Head of School Michael Yerosimou, who said he was proud of the achievements of staff and pupils, said: "It really was quite moving to see all ESJ students gathered on the field to watch the pastoral team and selected students complete the last mile - smiling through the pain of blisters after their 20-mile trek!

"This truly encapsulated ESJ's Living Well Together school driver."
2.14pm - Thursday, October 21

CHIGWELL / BUCKHURST HILL: School remembers "larger than life" former student who died after road collision

West Hatch High School has paid tribute to a "larger than life" former student who died following a collision with two vehicles in Buckhurst Hill.

Chalize Vitalis-Lovell, 19, died at the scene of the collision involving a car and a van in Buckhurst Way on the evening of Tuesday, October 12.

The school said governors, staff and students are mourning the loss of Chalize who was "larger than life and remembered fondly by the West Hatch community, having left the school in 2018".

Headteacher Daniel Leonard said: “I knew Chalize very well and we are all devastated to hear this tragic news. Our thoughts are with her family at this very sad and difficult time. 

"It truly is a tragedy that Chalize will not be able to fulfil her dreams. The school will be remembering Chalize in our memorial garden and our flag will be flying at half mast tomorrow (Friday) in memory of her and as a tribute to her life.

"We will also be observing a minute's silence to remember her."

Chalize, from Buckhurst Hill, has been remembered by her mother as “a much loved passionate, strong, kind caring young lady with her whole life ahead of her. 

“She was very much a family person and would stand up for what she believes in.

“She was fantastic at her job in child care and was looking forward to becoming a mum herself one day.

“Her family and friends are extremely heartbroken at this time and trying to come to terms with the fact that we will never see her again. 

“She was the best daughter a mum could ever wish for".   

The driver of the van, a 28-year-old man from Harlow, was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, and suspicion of driving while unfit through drink or drugs.

He has since been released under investigation while police continue their enquiries.

Officers need anyone who saw what happened or has any CCTV, dash cam or doorbell footage to contact them.

Anyone with any information can submit a report online at https://www.essex.police.uk or use the 'Live Chat' button to speak to an online operator between 7am and 11pm (quote incident 1121 of October 12).

Information can also be given by ringing 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11 - The Roding Players Orchestra 30th Anniversary Gala Concert, St Mary's Church, 201 High Road, Loughton, IG10 1BB (7.30pm). Tickets available on the door priced £8 (£7 concessions, free for under-11s). Card payment preferred. Refreshments included.
The orchestra is always looking for new players, especially brass.

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4 - Felicitas Chamber Choir presents 'Rejoice and Sing! A Christmas Celebration', the Abbey Church, Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey (7.30pm). Music director: Simon Winters; harpist Rachel Bartels. Tickets £15 (£12 if purchased in advance - free for children and full-time students under 25).

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1.41pm - Thursday, October 21

EPPING: Nightclub seeks 2am closing time for Fridays and Saturdays

The Playhouse nightclub in Epping is facing police opposition to an application to extend its opening times until 2am on Fridays and Saturdays.

The venue - in the premises previously occupied by Club 195 - is currently allowed to open until 1am. Club 195's licence allowed it to open until 3am.

Essex Police is opposing an application to vary the licence until 2am saying that "on the balance of probabilities, and the fact that there have been incidents of crime and disorder, there will be an increase in crime further as well as disorder and public nuisance on Friday and Saturday nights (into the following mornings)".

Epping Town Council and Epping town and district councillor Jon Whitehouse are among other objectors to the application which will be considered by the district council's licensing sub-committee on Tuesday, November 2 (2pm).

In a letter to the district council, Essex Police licensing officer Kelsey Dott states: "The premises have not operated at full capacity, since re-opening, until 2am due to being limited by the Temporary Event Notices to only 499 people. 

"Their capacity is a lot more than this and so they have not been able to road test the new management and therefore unable to demonstrate how they promote the licensing objectives in any way other than by what has already been demonstrated by them."

She adds: "There have been incidents of crime and disorder that are linked to the premises while they have been operating under Temporary Event Notices.

"The premises has been running at full capacity until 1am and this is the time that Essex Police feel is most appropriate. This is due to that fact that when operating as Club 195 and having their licence until 3am there were numerous incidents of crime and disorder which has now been reduced due to the premises operating until 1am.

"Essex Police believe that on the balance of probabilities, and the fact that there have been incidents of crime and disorder, there will be an increase in crime further as well as disorder and public nuisance on Friday and Saturday nights (into the following mornings)."

A number of incidents disclosed by Essex Police linked to the Cottis Lane venue are detailed in a 308-page document which will go before the committee.

These include an incident at 11.30pm on Sunday, August 8, when a woman was struck by an object while on the dance floor.

She sustained a head injury which required stitches and has been left with a large scar on her face through her eyebrow close to her eye. 

Door staff ejected a suspect without knowing the injuries sustained, the report adds.
4.51pm - Wednesday, October 20

DISTRICT: Nominations open for creativity and sports awards

Nominations can be made for Epping Forest District Council's creativity and sports awards which recognise up-and-coming young creative and sporting talents and help them develop their skills.

Winners, chosen by a panel of judges, will receive from £200 up to £1,000 to spend on their chosen discipline.

The creativity award can help boost creative skills while the sports award can be used for costs associated with the sporting activity.

Applicants must be aged between 13 and 25 years on December 12, 2021; live, work or volunteer in the Epping Forest district (including being at college or university and returning home to the district during holidays), demonstrate a high level of interest or skill, explain how the award will be spent and what it means to them; spend the award on activities that take place within the district or have benefit for the people of the district for the creativity award, compete at county, regional or national level in a nationally-governed sport for the sports award.

To apply for the creativity aw
ard CLICK HERE

To apply for the sports award CLICK HERE


Applications close on Sunday, December 12.

For more information, email grantaid@eppingforestdc.gov.uk.
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WEST HATCH HIGH SCHOOL: Students visit London Stock Exchange
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BUCKHURST HILL PARISH COUNCIL: Condolences after fatal collision
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'The Summer Queen'

Susan Burton, who lives near Hainault Forest, has a passionate interest in ancient history, archaeology, mythology and above all story-telling. After spending more than 20 years writing copy for other people she has decided to write for herself, drawing on her knowledge, imagination and love of a tall tale.

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Demand Responsive Transport (DaRT) - an alternative way of providing access to key services in rural areas. DaRT customers book journeys with Epping Forest Community Transport in advance and are picked up from an agreed point, bus stop or local place of interest.
Passengers can use it to go shopping, attend a health appointment, visit friends, get to work, school or college.
The DaRT87 service operates by your bookings. Between Monday and Saturday 6.30am to 6.30pm. The service operates between Harlow and Epping. You become a member. Ring 01992 579556. Book your journey and return time at the same time. Pay contactless on bus.
Epping author Andy Scott has published two books:

'Tales of a Page' is about his late father’s time working as a Page (Bellboy) at The Dorchester Hotel, London, in the early 1950s and features exclusive images, some never before seen, provided by the hotel. £5 (plus £1.53 postage and packing). CLICK HERE
'London’s Loveable Villain' is the 236-page true-life story of Andy Scott's great uncle, Chick 'Cocky' Knight, Hammersmith-born wrestler and the only British sports person who was a triple lifesaver!
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Pixel Business Centre, Waltham Abbey

Serviced office space suitable for 2-20 people. On-site café, meeting rooms, manned reception, fully furnished and high-speed wi-fi are just some of the benefits available to our tenants.
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Ricky Paul Flowers Ltd,
Unit 3, 158 Queens Road,
Buckhurst Hill


Ricky Paul Flowers is a creative floral company established in 2010 offering fresh and faux flowers, balloons and creative floral installations for weddings, events and house parties and flower bouquets with a free local delivery service and weekly flowers for the home.


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Oakland Care

Oakland Care’s range of care homes include Lambwood Heights in Chigwell, Woodland Grove in Loughton and Elsyng House in Enfield. All our homes offer five-star facilities and state-of-the-art features for a fulfilling and purposeful stay within our homes.
To book a tour, ring 0300 303 5445.
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Hammond and Smith

Epping’s newest estate agent offering a modern, fresh approach. We value our local community, providing a service with integrity and authenticity.
Email: enquiries@hammondandsmith.co.uk
Tel: 01992 919007

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Stagecoach Performing Arts Loughton

At Stagecoach Performing Arts Loughton we love to bring out the best in every child through the wonderful world of Singing, Dancing and Acting. 
We work on developing Creative Courage For Life so our students can shine on whichever stage they choose to in life. 
We are proud to offer high quality live Zoom classes when our sessions cannot run in person.


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Campling Foods

Campling Foods 'Meals on Wheels' service delivers hot, freshly prepared meals daily to the elderly and vulnerable in our community. Developed by our talented team, we offer a choice of comforting and familiar meals that are not only nutritious but delicious too! We also include a tasty homemade desert with every order, all for a total price of £6.99 per day, delivered.
For more details ring or message 07507 763078. 

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Howe and Co
mobile fish and chips


Monday: Abridge 5pm-8pm
Tuesday: Toot Hill 4.30pm-5.15pm; Shelley 5.30pm-8.30pm
Wednesday: Coopersale 4.45pm-8.15pm
Thursday: Theydon Bois 4.45pm-8.30pm
Friday: Sheering 4.45pm-9pm
Saturday: High Ongar 4.45pm-5.30pm and Ongar 5.40pm-9pm
Sunday: Epping Green 4.15pm-5.25pm; Epping 5.30pm-8.30pm.


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DM Valeting

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Silk'O Gourmet

Gourmet food for delivery or collection. Home-cooked French and English gourmet traditional dishes.
Deliveries made: Thursdays 4pm-10pm; Fridays noon-10pm; Saturdays 5pm-10pm; Sundays 4pm-9pm.
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Other areas covered include Abridge, Buckhurst Hill, Chigwell, Epping and Theydon Bois (£2 per delivery drop). Ring 07563 884698; Email ovid121@gmail.com
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BLT Catering, 224A High Street, Epping

BLT Catering is an independent catering company covering the London and Essex area providing a variety of homemade food. Home deliveries available.
Email info@bltcatering.co.uk or ring 07712 897723.

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London Car Sourcing

London Car Sourcing is the home of quality used cars and vans with great savings in the local area. 
Part exchange or sell your car to us. 


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Tel: 07500 727292

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The Merry Fiddlers, Fiddlers Hamlet, Epping

Tel: 01992 572142


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We offer meals of excellent quality and invite you to try our delicious food. The key to our success is simple: providing quality, consistent food that taste great every single time.
We pride ourselves on serving the finest dishes in Epping, using classic French and English techniques with a modern twist. We offer an à la carte menu every evening and are sure we can wow even the finest of palates. Why not come and try our five-course tasting menu accompanied by our perfectly selected wine flights.
Forest Skin Clinic

Tel: 01992 276376
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Trixia Magosara,
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Trixia Magosara is a ceramic design student from Central Saint Martins UAL.
She is starting to build a small business based at Thornwood Trout Fishery, Thornwood.
Her ceramics are hand-made and hand painted.
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Essex Security Services Ltd
154-156 Church Hill, Loughton

Tel: 020 8502 1360
Email: info@essexsecurity.co.uk

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Protecting People and Property. Established in 1979. 24-hour emergency service. Approved contractors for electronic security systems - intruder and fire alarms, CCTV and access control systems.
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North Weald Village Pre-School

North Weald Village Pre-School is based at North Weald Village Hall and is a
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We offer indoor and outdoor play and learning to children aged two to five years in a happy and fun learning environment that allows children to thrive in all areas of development using a wide variety of resources and activities.
Opening times are: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 9am-3pm; Wednesday and Friday 9am-noon. For more information, email northweald_manager @hotmail.com or ring Charlotte on 07767 607194.
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Haslers

Old Station Road, Loughton, IG10 4PL

Tel: 020 8418 3333
Email: advice@haslers.com


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New City College | Epping Forest (formerly Epping Forest College)
 
Offering a wide range of courses for 16 to 18-year-olds and adults. Epping Forest Campus achievement rates are higher than ever with a 13.6 per cent increase over 2018, making it one of the fastest and best improvements of all colleges in the country. Website

The Roding Players Orchestra

The orchestra is always looking for new players, especially brass.

For more details ring Shirley Fuller on 07713 113384 or 
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Sanuk Thai Ongar, The Street, High Ongar
 
Sanuk Thai Ongar offers authentic Thai cuisine. Sanuk has been in High Ongar since 2003. Sanuk Thai Ongar is the place to experience authentic Thai food prepared with the finest ingredients. Sanuk's Thai talented chefs artistically combine the ingredients to achieve the ultimate aromatic flavour in their dishes. The experienced and award-winning chef and staff are committed to giving you the best food and service. Open seven days a week. 
For more information and to book a table, ring 01277 568411 or 01277 56
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Paul Saggers Associates
Architects and Project Managers

 
A long established Epping-based architectural practice offering a cost-effective service to achieve planning permission and building regulations approval for a wide range of projects.
The company prides itself on offering an attentive and professional service.
Ring Paul on 07736 922863 to discuss requirements.
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