Copped Hall Open Day Sunday 24th August, 11am-4pm

Update from the Copped Hall Trust: "Epping, A Town at War In association with the Epping and District Branch of the Royal British Legion This Sunday sees our second Open Day of 2014. There will be lots to see and do, so bring the whole family for a great day out! See a display of World War 1 memorabilia put together by the Epping and District branch of the Royal British legion, check out some molten glass from the fire that destroyed Copped Hall in 1917 and even listen to a transcript from an interview with a gardener who worked at the mansion in 1914! Gates open 11am-4pm. £7 entry. Friends, children under 14 and carers free. Access via Crown Hill (The Upshire Road) as normal."

Epping Society donates Archive to Epping Forest District Museum

The Epping Society has donated a collection of approximately 150 8" x 10" monochrome photographs of street views of buildings in Epping and Coopersale to Epping Forest District Museum. The photos, taken in the early 1970s by Stuart Turner LRPS form part of his bequest to the Society. The majority of his pictures were left to English Heritage but he wanted these to be kept in the local area. As well as these photographs the Society is donating around 20 postcards and smaller prints as well as approximately 100 colour prints of Epping High Street c.2003. The photos will be looked after for future generations to enjoy. Collection Management Officer Jill Holmen said: "We are extremely grateful

Epping Play in the Park dates for Summer Holidays

The Town Council, in partnership with Epping Forest District Council, has arranged a number of Play in the Park days in Epping's Recreation Grounds over the Summer holidays. Play in the Park is all about playing games and having fun outdoors. Trained play workers travel to a range of locations throughout the district, taking with them an exciting array of play and sports equipment, games and even art and craft materials. Everyone is encouraged to join in the fun - children, young people, parents and carers are all welcome to come and play. The sessions are FREE of charge and open to boys and girls aged from 5 to 13 years. Our motto is: Free of charge Free to come and go Free to play There is

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