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You will find local information regarding Epping Town below:


For information and advice on crime reduction go to www.police.uk




The Epping Town Guide provides information about Epping and the surrounding area, including a list of buildings of special architectural or historical interest.    It also lists the Council's responsibilities with regard to the town and there is information about Churches and Education in Epping plus details of restaurants, shopping, local businesses and things to see and do.    You may download a copy here or alternatively contact the Town Council.




There are a large number and variety of clubs and organisations in Epping.   For more information contact the Town Council.




Since 1981 Epping Town has been officially twinned with Eppingen, Germany.    Strong links exist between the two towns and cultural, educational and business links are promoted through the Epping/Eppingen Association.   If you would like to find out more please follow this link:  www.epping-eppingen.co.uk




In 2009, Epping Town Centre Partnership's website was launched -  www.eppingtcp.com    The website has been designed to provide a wealth of information for shoppers, residents, visitors, retailers and businesses highlighting why they should choose Epping town centre.

The site boasts “Epping is a traditional market town that has characteristics dating back to the 13th Century, which is seen in the architecture of the buildings lining the High Street and still today provides a home for the famous Monday market along with a mixture of independent and high street stores, making Epping the perfect choice for everyone. For those wanting to grab a quick bite to eat or sit back and relax, the town centre also plays host to a number of cafés, pubs and restaurants to suit everyone’s taste-buds and price ranges, again making for the perfect location to combine shopping and leisure within a traditional setting. Situated in south west Essex, bordering both London and Hertfordshire, with extensive transport links, this makes Epping a place easily located by all modes of transport."

The site itself provides a list of local businesses with contact details and links, as well as historical information about the town itself, how to become involved in the Town Centre Partnership, useful links to other organisations which support local businesses and a list of events taking place in and around the town.

The Chairman of Epping‘s Town Centre Partnership, Barry Seager, who works at Hair by Nigel in the High Street explained: “The website acts a tool for us to communicate with each other, with customers and with visitors to the town. We hope this will make the work we are doing on behalf of the business community in Epping much more accessible and will show local businesses that we are back on our feet and moving forward.”
He continued to say: “We are all aware that in the current economic climate, small businesses are finding these difficult times indeed. If we can support people by publicising and promoting what each business has to offer, that’s great! The site itself is very much a work in progress and this is just the first step for us. We hope that in the weeks ahead we can publicise special promotions and offer customers who visit the site discounts. This is all about working together for the good of enhancing our business community and the more people who get involved, the more effective we will be.”
Members of the public can visit the site at
www.eppingtcp.com or can email info@eppingtcp.com for more information.
Any businesses who are not listed and would like to be are advised to log on to the website and send in their details.