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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)
Audio news reports
(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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The latest bulletin reports on the planting of a tree in memory of Debden Park High School student Harley Watson who died almost two years ago, and looks ahead to the return of the Waltham Abbey Cavalcade of Light.
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(November 11, 2021) - Still time to book Christmas market stalls
(November 7, 2021) - Festival of Light events
(November 1, 2021) - Cavalcade of Light preview
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Eight to ten hours a week (£10 per hour). To commence in January 2022.
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12.04pm - Saturday, November 13

DISTRICT: Remembrance

Pictures from Thursday's Remembrance service at Abridge war memorial

Pictures from yesterday's Epping Remembrance services at St John's Church, the Garden of Remembrance dedication at the war memorial, and a service at the Commonwealth War Graves in Epping Cemetery CLICK HERE

Everything Epping Forest will have comprehensive coverage of Remembrance Sunday events in Waltham Abbey, Theydon Bois, Loughton and Epping.
9.16am - Saturday, November 13

LOUGHTON: Man bailed after arrest on suspicion of murder "released under investigation"

A 61-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of a woman who died following a collision with a car in Loughton has been released from his bail under investigation.

The man answered his bail yesterday (Friday).

Karen Bailey, 53, was injured in Grosvenor Drive, near the entrance to Davenant Foundation School, shortly before 12.15am on Friday, August 20. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

A 61 year-old man, from Loughton, was arrested on suspicion of murder in the early hours of the same day.

A statement issued to Everything Epping Forest by Essex Police this morning (Saturday) stated: "A 61-year-old man from Loughton has been released under investigation."
7.20pm - Tuesday, November 9

MORETON: Inaugural parish farmers' market

A first Parish Farmers' Market will be held in Moreton on Sunday (November 14).

The market, organised by the local 'Community Spirit' group, will be in the White Hart pub car park (9.30am until 12.30pm, with set-up from 8.15am).

A minute's silence and reading by pupils at Moreton Primary School will take place at 11am to mark Remembrance Sunday.

More than a dozen stalls have confirmed that they will be attending, selling gifts, cheese, gins, wines and spirits, fish, candles, cakes, dog treats, pottery and eco-friendly items.

Space is still available for stallholders who pay £15 for a stall.

Across 12 months, 80 per cent of the stall fees will go to Moreton Primary School and 20 per cent to 'Community Spirit'.

For more details, email Rhys Martin by emailing

Volunteers are wanted to help on the day.
5.11pm - Tuesday, November 9

WALTHAM ABBEY: Fundraiser receives recognition from Prime Minister

The fundraising efforts of a Waltham Abbey man who has raised over £160,000 over the past ten years to support victims of crime or abuse and those affected by ill-health or disability has been recognised by the Prime Minister with a Points of Light award.

Shane Yerrell, who is a Waltham Abbey town councillor, receives the award in recognition of his dedicated fundraising in support of anyone facing hardship.

Shane, who runs the 'Through the Fight Foundation', started fundraising after being the victim of a knife attack in 2007, and realising he could turn his experience into a positive by supporting others who were going through their own traumatic or difficult situation. 

Following the success of a sponsored climb in aid of ‘The Rob Knox Foundation’, set up in memory of the actor killed in a knife attack to support young people gain opportunities in the arts, Shane was inspired to continue his fundraising efforts, leading to the creation of his own foundation,‘Through The Fight’ in 2016.

'Through the Fight' is dedicated to supporting anyone facing hardship. 

Shane's most recent fundraiser is in support of a terminally ill 48-year-old man, raising over £3,000 to help him fulfill his bucket list wish of attending a Tottenham Hotspur match in a VIP box with all his family.

Shane said: "This is so overwhelming. I’ve had an incredible journey over the last ten years and met some amazing people.

"I set up ‘Through The Fight Foundation’ to ensure victims of violent crime and people affected by illnesses could have somewhere to turn. Someone who would reach out to them. I wanted to be the person who reached out.

"To receive recognition from our Prime Minister is incredible. The fact that he has taken time out of his busy schedule to acknowledge my fundraising is amazing.

"I would like to dedicate this award to my family, close friends and all the people who have have fought back from their struggles.

"Without them I wouldn’t be where I am today."
4.38pm - Tuesday, November 9
WALTHAM ABBEY: Two teenagers convicted over death

A teenager has been convicted of murdering a man in Waltham Abbey earlier this year.

A second teenager has also been convicted of manslaughter in connection with the death of local man Neil Darnell, 50, who was found seriously injured at about 10am on Friday, April 16, after being hit by a car on Farm Hill Road.

The driver of the vehicle failed to stop at the scene and the car was found abandoned a short while later.

CCTV footage recovered showed that two teenagers had attended Le Golden Touch barbers on Market Square, Waltham Abbey, that morning.

An unknown man had approached the barbers to threaten the two teenagers, before slashing the tyres of their car. 

He then fled the area on a bicycle.

Despite the car having been damaged and in a dangerous condition to drive, the two teenagers then got behind the wheel of their grey BMW to pursue the man at speed.

Mr Darnell, an innocent pedestrian crossing the junction at Farm Hill Road, was struck by their car.

He died in hospital two days later.

A forensic post-mortem examination found he had suffered a traumatic head injury.

On Saturday, May 8, a 17-year old boy, from Cheshunt, was arrested in Harlow and charged with murder.

Within a week, a second 17-year-old boy, from Hertford, was also arrested and charged with murder.

Both teenagers stood trial at Chelmsford Crown Court and yesterday (Monday) a jury found both guilty in connection with Mr Darnell’s death.

The Cheshunt boy, the driver of the car, was found guilty of murder.

The Hertford boy, the passenger, was found guilty of manslaughter.

Both will be sentenced in December on a date yet to be fixed.

Senior investigating officer Detective Chief Inspector Greg Wood said: “What initially appeared to be a case of dangerous driving turned out to be much more disturbing.

“Evidence clearly showed that both the driver and passenger got behind the wheel of their car intending to cause harm to someone.

“During their pursuit the driver drove directly at oncoming vehicles and mounted the pavement several times to deliberately try and collide with the cyclist.

“Even after they hit a completely innocent bystander, who subsequently lost his life, they continued to follow the cyclist with no regard for anyone else around them.

“At no point did they attempt to get help for the man they had fatally injured. Their only focus was to cover their involvement.

“As with any investigation where someone’s life has been cut short by the actions of others, I know this result cannot bring back the loving husband and father Neil’s family have lost.

“I hope they can take some solace knowing that our teams have worked tirelessly throughout the investigation and that those involved have been convicted of their crimes.”
4.15am - Tuesday, November 9

EPPING: Town council holding best residential Christmas lights display competition

Epping Town Council is running a best residential Christmas lights display competition this year.

The competition is open to all homes in the Parish of Epping, including Coopersale and Fiddlers Hamlet.

The competition is being sponsored by Luxe Watches, of 219 High Street, Epping, which is providing a £200 first prize and £100 second prize.

Sales manager Oscar Strong said: "We are thrilled to be involved in such a fun community initiative. We can’t wait to see the entries.” 

Entry forms - which can be downloaded at and are also available by emailing or calling into the town council offices at Epping Hall - must be returned, with up to two photographs of the display, by 4pm on Friday, December 10.

The initiative aims to help to spread festive community spirit across the Parish and is an opportunity for residents to show off their festive lights and decorative displays, some of which are used for charity fundraising purposes.  

The judges will make a shortlist of potential winners and visit the homes from Monday, December 13, subject to the weather, with the winner and second place entries announced on Friday, December 17.  

For further information, contact Epping Town Council by emailing or ringing 01992 579444.

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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.

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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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6.45pm - Thursday, November 11

ABRIDGE: Tributes paid to 'Mr Abridge'

Tributes have been paid to Lambourne Parish Council chairman John Filby - who has been described as 'Mr Abridge' - who died on Wednesday in Whipps Cross Hospital after contracting COVID-19.

Brentwood and Ongar MP Alex Burghart has described Mr Filby as "an absolutely irreplaceable part of the community".

Mr Filby, who was admitted to hospital at the end of last month, will be remembered for his devoted commitment to Abridge and the parish of Lambourne through his council work and fundraising efforts.

He had served as a parish councillor for 32 years.

Mr Filby was a founder member of the Lambridge Group, which raised money at local events - including the church flower festivals - and will be remembered by many for dressing up in wacky fancy dress costumes to head the procession in the days of the village carnival.

He was highly commended by Epping Forest District Council in its Citizen of the Year award in 2001, and received the British Empire Medal in the New Year Honours List in 2013.

Parish clerk Tony Carter told Everything Epping Forest: "Councillor Filby’s most recent time as chairman started three years ago when he stepped up from vice-chairman when another long-serving councillor, Arnold Raven, sadly passed away.

"He has held the role of chairman on a number of occasions over the years and was an extremely well liked and respected councillor and chairman.

"He was also a major part of the community and will be greatly missed by so many people."

Brentwood and Ongar MP Alex Burghart told Everything Epping Forest: "John was an absolutely irreplaceable part of the community. 

"He had an extraordinary energy which he tirelessly deployed for the communal good - supper clubs, fetes, fireworks, you name it, John was on it. 

"He was the sort of person who makes this country great. 

Mr Burghart added: "I am terribly sad that we have lost him - but ever so grateful and proud that he was one of ours.”

Ongar & Rural county councillor Jaymey McIvor told Everything Epping Forest: "John Filby was a wonderful and kind man. Simply the best. 

"I’ve not known John for as long as others, but in the short time I’ve got to know him he has been a huge support for me personally. I will be forever grateful for his wise words and advice. 

"John cared so much about Abridge, he was himself the epicentre of all things community. The 'Mr Idea', 'Mr Advertise', 'Mr Promote', 'Mr Organise' and 'Mr Execute'!

"But I will remember him, like many others, as "Mr Abridge'."

He added: "My thoughts are with his family, especially his lovely wife, Freda, and of course my thoughts are with Lambourne Parish Council and the entire community of Abridge at this very sad time. 

"Rest In Peace John, you will be forever remembered."

Lambourne district councillor Brian Rolfe paid tribute to Mr Filby's "immense" contribution to the parish and said he would remember him for his fundraising efforts at the time of plans for a new village hall, his work in organising the village fireworks displays and his support for the village football club and cricket club.

Mr Rolfe said: "He was unique in this area. He has done so much good all over the place. He was known as 'Mr Abridge'. I've used the expression myself and will continue to do so."

Mr Filby was remembered with a minute's silence at Thursday's Remembrance service at the war memorial at Abridge Village Hall.
6.15pm - Thursday, November 11

WALTHAM ABBEY: Still time to book stalls for Christmas market

There is still time to book stalls for the Waltham Abbey Christmas Market which is being held in Sun Street on Saturday, December 4 (9am until 3pm).

Stalls already confirmed will be selling crystal candles, sterling silver men’s jewellery, glass art, shawls, blankets and Christmas stockings, handmade face masks, wheel thrown pottery, scented wax melts, handmade children’s clothing and craft gins.

St Clare Hospice will also be having a stall.

Anyone interested in booking a stall should ring Sarah Colley on 01992 714949.

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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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Epping author Andy Scott has published two books:

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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.
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Epping’s newest estate agent offering a modern, fresh approach. We value our local community, providing a service with integrity and authenticity.
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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. 
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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.
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Howe and Co
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BLT Catering, 224A High Street, Epping

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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.
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The Roding Players Orchestra

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

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