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'EVERYTHING TODAY'

Tuesday, November 30


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Audio news reports
(September 25, 2021) - Essex and Netherlands cricketer Ryan ten Doeschate, who lives in Epping, speaks 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 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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The latest bulletin includes tributes to a former Loughton student fatally stabbed in Ilford, the proposed increase in pay-and-display car park charges, and opposition to a 19m high mobile phone mast in Coopersale.
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Epping Pizza

Unit 17B, Woodside Industrial Estate, Woodside, Thornwood, CM16 6LJ.


Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 4pm to 10pm.

Special offer - a 2 for £20 deal on any 12” and 15” pizzas on
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Chigwell Amateur Dramatics Society (CROADS)

CROADS is re-starting rehearsals for the wonderful, zany musical 'The Addams Family' with performances planned for Wednesday, March 30, to Saturday, April 2, 2022.
Do you fancy joining the friendly group to participate? CROADS rehearses every Wednesday evening.
For more details email 
croadschigwell@gmail.com or message 07803 128859.
WALTHAM ABBEY 'FESTIVAL OF LIGHT'

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(November 26, 2021) - PICTURES: Cavalcade of Light
(November 13, 2021) - More events added to Festival of Light
(November 11, 2021) - Still time to book Christmas market stalls
(November 7, 2021) - Festival of Light events
(November 1, 2021) - Cavalcade of Light preview
North Weald Bassett Parish Council

Vacancy for a caretaker/cleaner for
The Parish Hall, Thornwood Common.
Eight to ten hours a week (£10 per hour). To commence in January 2022.
Contact the clerk for a job description.
Tel: 07572 507591
Email: clerk@northweald-pc.gov.uk
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2.37pm - Tuesday, November 30

EPPING / NORTH WEALD / THEYDON BOIS: Santa and his sleigh to tour local streets

Epping Rotarians will be assisting Santa with his sleigh when he tours local streets collecting for charity.

The Rotarians will also be making bucket collections outside Greggs in Epping High Street on Saturday, December 18, and Tuesday, December 21, and at Epping Tesco on Saturday, December 18; Sunday, December 19, and Monday, December 20.

Santa's sleigh street collections will be taking place around these areas:

Monday,December 13 (evening) - EPPING - Hartland Road, Nicholl Road, Amesbury Road, Centre Drive, Centre Avenue, Western Avenue, Sunnyside Road, Springfield, Crossing Road, Charles Street.

Tuesday, December 14 (4.30pm-5pm) - NORTH WEALD - Norway House North Weald (evening) Higham View, School Green Lane, Beamish Close, Oak Piece, Queens Road, High Road, Wellington Road, Hampden Close. 

Wednesday, December 15 (evening) - THEYDON  BOIS - Morgan Crescent, Woodland Way, Baldocks Road, Purlieu Way, Harewood Hill, Dukes Avenue, Elizabeth Drive, Buxton Road, Poplar Row, Green Glade, Theydon Park Road, The Green, Woburn Avenue, Hornbeam Road. 

Thursday, December 16 (evening) - EPPING - Frampton Road, Campions, Woodberry Down, Shaftsbury Road, Beaconfield Avenue, Beaconfield Road, Coronation Hill, St John’s Road, Crows Road, Tower Road.

The Rotary Club of Epping is again holding Carols on the Green, on the Town Green, Epping, at 3.30pm on Christmas Eve.

The money raised at Carols on the Green goes to Epping St.John’s School and local primary schools to support the teaching of music in the schools. 

Money raised at other events goes to local charitable causes such as St Clare Hospice, Pony Riding for the Disabled, Epping Playground Association, Epping Forest District Museum and many others.
2.17pm - Tuesday, November 30

LOUGHTON: Debden Park High School former students help Oxbridge applicants

As 12 Debden Park High School sixth formers prepare for their university interviews for applications to Oxford, Cambridge, veterinary and medicine, the school welcomed back two former Executive Head Boys to share their insights on the interview and application process. 

Kai Melhuish, now in his 3rd Year reading History at Trinity College, Cambridge, and Max Bolton, who has begun reading PPE this year at University College, Oxford, led two discussions on how they had prepared for and found their experiences of undergoing interviews for the very competitive places on their respective courses. 

Max said: "It was fantastic to have the chance to give back to Debden Park students after all the help I received while applying last year.

"In what can be a stressful process, it’s rewarding to think they can now feel more confident in progressing to the next stage."

The Year 13 students, many of whom have already sat admissions assessments for courses that range from Computer Science to Classics, are in the process of preparing for their admissions interviews that begin next week. 

Alongside the Q&As, applicants will be undergoing a series of practice interviews with subject experts to give them a chance to experience a taste of the gruelling nature of the Oxbridge interview process. 

Joe Simm, Director of Sixth Form at Debden Park, said: "I am constantly in awe of the hard work and dedication our students put into their studies and their UCAS applications. 

"This is particularly true when showcasing their knowledge and passion for their subjects at our annual mock interview practice. 

"The admissions process for these most prestigious courses is so tough and we are incredibly proud of how well they have done so far, and wish them all the very best of luck at interview and beyond.”
4.53pm - Monday, November 29

DEBDEN: Consultation period launched over Langston Road development plans, including a 100-bedroom Travelodge

A period of public consultation over plans from Higgins Group to develop land in Langston Road, Debden, with new headquarters, the conversion of its existing offices into 57 homes, and a 100-bedroom Travelodge started today and runs until December 14.

The company is inviting the local community to view and comment on its proposals.

A public exhibition will be held at Higgins headquarters, One Langston Road, Debden, between 4pm and 8pm on Wednesday (December 1).

A spokesman said: "The public consultation will be a chance for Higgins Group to showcase the proposals and to encourage feedback from local residents, either in person at the public exhibition or via the dedicated website www.higginshqconsultation.co.uk."

Higgins Group has been based at Langston Road for more than 15 years following a planning permission in 2004 to develop the site into office space. 

The existing Higgins headquarters was built in 2005 as part of the first phase. However the second phase was not implemented and the area which would have been Phase Two, which currently comprises the car park and landscaped space, is now earmarked for alternative development.

Earlier this year planning permission was granted to convert the existing headquarters into 57 new homes. 

The spokesman said: "This has been driven by the need for Higgins Group to have office space that better suits their current working practices.

"Higgins Group are excited to now be bringing forward proposals to redevelop the existing car park to deliver new high-quality office space, which in part will become the new HQ, alongside a new 100-bed hotel operated by Travelodge.

"This public consultation period, including the public exhibition event, is focused on gathering feedback on the proposals for new office space and a 100-bed hotel. 

"The scheme would bring with it a number of benefits, including the provision of approximately 390 jobs during the construction and operational phases, high-quality employment space on a designated employment site, new hotel accommodation on a site with excellent connectivity, measures aimed to increase biodiversity, and other sustainability measures including electric vehicle charging spaces."

The project team can also be contacted via a free phone at 0800 298 7040, or by emailing kate.ross@becg.com. 

More information alongside a feedback form to submit can be found at www.higginshqconsultation.co.uk.
2.14pm - Monday, November 29

ONGAR: Christmas market preview

A Christmas Market and Craft Market will be held in the Pleasance car park, next to Ongar Library, on Sunday (December 5).

Organisers are expecting about 40 stalls - the biggest market yet - with Santa’s sleigh and mulled wine. 

The market is a chance to buy that unusual gift and support an initiative run by the Ongar Town Forum for the local community.

Food and drink stalls will be selling French wine, home-made cakes and other bakery products, vintage sweets, artisan flavoured gin, fruit and vegetables, cheeses, honey, Turkish marinades and chilli sauces, smoked beef jerky, seafood, sausages, cooked meats, savoury pasties and free range eggs.

Plants and festive wreaths will also be on sale.

Craft stalls will be selling personalised products, glass, handmade cards, wooden signs, plaques and furniture, hand crocheted toys, jewellery, handmade cushions and bags, environmentally-friendly skincare and make-up, handmade dog bandanas, magnetic therapy jewellery, accessories, upcycled crafts made from wood and glass, crystal jewellery, health and wellbeing products and much more.

Market co-ordinator Derek Birch said: "If anyone knows the owners of cars which are parked in the Pleasance car park overnight into Sunday morning, and are left there all day, please could you ask them to use one of the other car parks as it causes problems laying out the market and is an obstruction to pedestrians and stall holders. Without them we could have more stalls."

He added: "Thank you to everyone who has supported the markets which have been held on the first Sunday of the month since August and who have helped make the markets, which have grown month on month, such a great success.

"After a winter break, the market will return on Sunday, March 6, and will continue on the first Sunday in the month throughout 2022."
1.32pm - Monday, November 29

BUCKHURST HILL: Parish council to investigate library return

Buckhurst Hill Parish Council is to look into the possibility of moving its offices - currently based in an architect's practice in Queens Road - back into Buckhurst Hill Library.

Councillor Jo Share-Bernia said: "The library was a very good location for holding surgeries for residents and for residents to come in and discuss issues.

"The offices at the architects up the road are good but it wasn't supposed to be a long-term answer. This (the offices not being at the library) has gone on too long."

She added: "It is the residents of Buckhurst Hill who are requesting (a return to the library), who are bemused.

"The residents cannot access the parish council staff so this is coming from our residents. That should be respected.

"The architects' offices are inappropriate for our council staff and residents can't go in there."

Council vice-chairman Simon Heap said the staff had moved away from the library for "very valid reasons" including a rat infestation and a toilet that does not work.

He told Thursday's council meeting it would be a "waste of money" to spend parish council money on the library building which is under Essex County Council ownership.

A parish council working party will now consider the matter.


BUCKHURST HILL: Speed campaign petition reaches 2,600 signatures

A petition calling for initiatives to reduce speeding on Buckhurst Way, Loughton Way and Valley Hill has attracted some 2,600 signatures.

Valley Hill resident Simon Forsdyke told Thursday's parish council meeting: "The road is a race track. It's very noisy at night."

He said a survey undertaken to ask people what measures they wanted to see had shown 70 per cent (of 56 respondents to date) favouring cameras and speed humps.


BUCKHURST HILL: Council to investigate anti-speeding measures

Buckhurst Hill Parish Council is to investigate purchasing vehicle activated speed sign cameras or speed indication signs which can be moved to different locations around the Parish.

The matter will be discussed by the planning and environment committee and could be funded with monies not now being spent on a Christmas event in the Parish.


BUCKHURST HILL: Council awards £1,000 grant

Buckhurst Hill Parish Council has agreed to make a £1,000 grant to Spark mentoring and counselling service.

The Loughton-based charity offers counselling, mentoring and family support to young people aged 11 to 23 across the Epping Forest area.


BUCKHURST HILL: PCSO success

Crime has fallen in Buckhurst Hill since the parish council has employed a Police Community Support Officer, Parish Clerk Liz Petyt-Start told Thursday's council meeting.

BUCKHURST HILL: Council drops Prince Philip memorial idea

Buckhurst Hill Parish Council has dropped the idea of a memorial to commemorate the public life of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

A figure of £6,000 had been mentioned in a council meeting for the initiative.

Thursday's parish council meeting supported a motion, proposed by councillor Gavin Chambers and seconded by councillor Jo Share-Bernia, that "after serious review and to avoid conflict within the council, this council agrees at this time not to pursue the installation of a memorial to commemorate the public life of HRH the Duke of Edinburgh".
1.44pm - Friday, November 26

NORTH WEALD: Passenger suffers serious facial injury in collision

A passenger sustained a serious facial injury in a two-vehicle collision which closed Epping Road, North Weald.

Police have told Everything Epping Forest that officers were called to the collision at 5.10pm yesterday.

The road was closed for a time with five police cars, a fire engine and an ambulance on the scene.

Anyone with any information about the incident 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 828 of November 28).

Information can also be given to police by ringing 101. 

Information can be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
3.35pm - Sunday, November 28

WALTHAM ABBEY: Two school year groups to study at home after "significant number" of teachers test positive for COVID-19

Two year groups at King Harold Academy in Waltham Abbey will be studying from home this coming week after "a significant number" of teachers have tested positive for COVID-19 "in the last few days".

Members of the Senior Leadership Team are among the staff members having to isolate for ten days.

A letter to parents states: "Fewer staff and a lack of supply teachers locally (since other schools are in a similar position) means we are unable to welcome all year groups into the Academy between Monday (November 29) and Friday (December 3).

"Without the required number of teaching staff available, we cannot guarantee a safe and effective environment for all students, so we are going to remain open for specific year groups only."

Students in Year 8 and Year 9 will be set remote learning to be completed at home.

The school adds that any students unable to study safely at home will be able to complete work in school in a supervised setting.

Students in Years 7, 10 and 11 are required to attend school as normal.
8.03pm - Saturday, November 27

EPPING: Time to vote for your favourite festive window display

Voting is now open for Epping Town Council's best Christmas window display competition.

The winner of the competition - which is again being run with local news and information service Everything Epping Forest - will receive The Audrey Rose Cup from Epping Town Council at the Christmas Market on Saturday (December 4).

To vote:

Check out the pictures of the 13 entries at https://bit.ly/PICTURES-Eppingwindows and note the number of your favourite (for example WINDOW 14).

Cast your vote by email or text.

BY EMAIL: Email everythingeppingforest@gmail.com with your window choice in the subject line (for example WINDOW 14).

BY TEXT: Text the number of your favourite window display to 07710 447868.

Please note that only one vote per email address and mobile phone number will be registered. 

Voting closes at 5pm on Thursday, December 2. 

The businesses which have entered the competition this year are:

Home Hub Group
Mr Smiths Of London
Alexander Morgan Gallery
Link Workspace
Beauty Skin and Eyelash Lounge
SO Studios
Yakimono Japanese Grill
Reef and Reptiles
G&I Jewellers
Cole's
Jojo Maman Bebe
Hammond and Smith
Piccola


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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.

For more details
CLICK HERE
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).

For more details
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1.35pm - Saturday, November 27

BOBBINGWORTH: Investigation launched into blaze

Four fire crews - from Epping, Harlow and Brentwood - took over an hour to deal with a blaze which engulfed an industrial building in Stony Lane, Bobbingworth, on Thursday morning.

The 20m x 20m building was used to repair lawnmowers.

Station Manager Richie Green said: "Crews worked really hard to stop the fire from spreading.

"The fire was extinguished at about 12.30pm but crews remained to damp down and check for hotspots. A crew will revisit tonight to make sure it is safe."

An investigation will be carried out to establish the cause.
1.34pm - Saturday, November 27

LOUGHTON: Man injured in road collision

A man aged in his 20s was taken to hospital with injuries described by police "neither life-threatening or life-changing" after he was in collision with a Mercedes car on Valley Hill, Loughton, at about 5.40pm on Tuesday.

A police spokesman told Everything Epping Forest that enquiries into the incident are continuing.

Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to ring police on 101 (quote  incident 887 of November 23).

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Everything Epping Forest, which has 41,949 social media and email connections, was launched by local journalist David Jackman in November 2008. 
Everything Epping Forest's success as a hyperlocal news source has been featured on Sky News, the BBC Radio 4 'You and Yours' programme and BBC Essex as well as in several media publications.
David was nominated for Epping Forest District Council's Citizen of the Year award in 2020 and 2022.
EVERYTHING WALTHAM ABBEY

Everything Waltham Abbey, part of the Everything Epping Forest local news and information service, features news and information for Waltham Abbey and the surrounding area.
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Support your local high street. Order your essentials and treats from local independent shops with same-day delivery.

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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.

​Susan Burton speaks about the book.
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To order CLICK HERE

Also available from Amazon, Waterstones and Barnes and Noble.
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!
£12 (plus £3.78 postage and packing).
For more details
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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.
For more details, email info@pixelbusinesscentre.co.uk or ring 01992 667700.


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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.
Website
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

Professional mobile valeting and detailing based in Essex. 
Maintenance - Mini - Full Valets
Bespoke Packages
All vehicles covered. We come to you!


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Email: dmvaletingessex@gmail.com 
Tel: 07583 030807
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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.
Free delivery in the Loughton area.
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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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
Email: info@forestskinclinic.com

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Skin Cancer and Mole Screening * Removal of unwanted skin tags, moles, cysts, lipomas, warts, verrucas * Opatra Dome Skin Analysis System Treatment of fine lines and wrinkles * SkinPen Microneedling * Thread vein treatment * Obagi Medical Grade Skin Care Products * Treatment of excessive sweating * Allergy testing * Medical rejuvenation with light * Scar treatment * Acne * Rosacea * Eczema * Psoriasis * Fungal Treatment
Trixia Magosara,
ceramic design student


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.
Prices range from £20 to £35.


Email: trixiamagosara@outlook.com
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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.
✅ Brand new model, purpose-built six-seater London Black Taxi
✅ Perspex screen separating driver and passenger compartments
✅ Driver operated passenger doors and contactless payment options
✅ Vinyl seats designed to be easy to clean and sterilise after every journey
✅ Reduced price fares from £25 to Central London and ride sharing options from £5 pp
 For more details
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North Weald Village Pre-School

North Weald Village Pre-School is based at North Weald Village Hall and is a
term-time only setting.
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.
North Weald Village Pre-School is on Facebook CLICK HERE
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
8412. Website
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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The Roding Players Orchestra is always looking for new players, especially brass. 
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For more information about High Beach Cricket Club, ring 07985 546180 or email BARCKLEY.SUMNER@NTLWORLD.COM
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