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AUGUST 31 to SEPTEMBER 28   Loughton Camera Club's annual exhibition, Loughton Library, Traps Hill, Loughton, with colour and black and white prints on display and a rolling slideshow of images. Free entry. Exhibition open during library opening times. For more information ring club president Ian Ryall on 07775 933371 or club secretary Andrew Bern on 020 8551 0277.
   
EVERY SUNDAY UNTIL SEPTEMBER 29   Afternoon tea with homemade cake, tea and coffee, The Church of the Holy Innocents, High Beach, every Sunday (2pm-5.30pm).
   
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5   The English-Speaking Union (Epping Forest branch) monthly meeting, The Murray Hall, Borders Lane, Loughton (10.15am for 10.45am) with a talk from Sue Clack detailing her experiences travelling the Central Asian Section of 'The Silk Road by Bus', for the most part camping and self-catering. Admission £4 including tea/coffee. For more details ring 020 8505 9001 or 01992 812454.
   
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7   Loughton Horticultural Show, The Murray Hall, Borders Lane, Loughton (2pm-4.30pm). Classes include vegetables, fruit, cut flowers and flower arrangements, jams, preserves, chutneys, and cakes. Children’s classes include baking, decorating biscuits, creating a scarecrow suitable for a window box, and the funniest shaped fruit or vegetables. Entries welcome from anyone who lives, works or attends school or college in Loughton, allotment holders, keen gardeners, children and novices. Forms available to download from www.loughton-tc.gov.uk or can be collected from the Town Council office or ring 020 8508 4200. Entries must be submitted by noon on Friday, September 6. Admission to the show is free. Refreshments will be available. Awards will be presented at 4pm followed by the presentation of the Mayor’s Best Allotment Awards 2019. There will be an opportunity to purchase plants and planted arrangements from Matthews Plants. All proceeds, and exhibits not collected, will be donated to the Town Mayor’s charity, Epping Forest Foodbank. Foodbank donations will be accepted on the day.
   
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8   Loughton Residents' Association farmers market, Centric Parade, High Road, Loughton (9am-3pm) with produce stalls and local organisations. For more details email contact@loughtonresidents.co.uk
   
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14   Buckhurst Hill Horticultural Society autumn flower show, The Centenary Hall, St. John’s Church, High Road, Buckhurst Hill (2pm) with flower arranging, cookery section, vegetables and junior entries, plants for sale and garden sundries, teas and homemade cakes. Admission free for members (£2 for non-members). For more information contact show secretary Jill Jones. Email jill998@btinternet.com or ring 020 8257 8996.
   
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14   Music for Lunch, the Abbey Church, Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey (12.30pm). Admission free. Retiring collection. Refreshments served noon–12.30pm. Further information from the Parish Office on 01992 767897.
   
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15   St Clare Walking in Memory, St Clare Hospice, Hastingwood Road, Hastingwood (11am-1pm). A 5km countryside walk (courtesy of Paris Hall Farm), meeting back at the hospice for soup and a roll. Participants will receive a complimentary, hand-held windmill that can be personalised in memory of the person they are walking for. The windmills will be placed in the hospice grounds as part of a display. Tickets cost £10 for adults (£5 for children; £27.50 for a family of four. For more information, ring events fundraiser Emma Broadbent on 01279 773754 or email emma.broadbent@stclarehospice.org.uk
   
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16   Ongar Wildlife Society, Jubilee Park Pavilion, Love Lane, Ongar (7.45pm for 8pm) with a talk on Climate Change with Brian Eversham. Annual membership £20 a year for nine talks, a Garden Party and a New Year Party. Non-members £5 per visit..
   
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13   Loughton Residents' Association farmers market, Centric Parade, High Road, Loughton (9am-3pm) with produce stalls and local organisations. For more details email contact@loughtonresidents.co.uk
   
MONDAY, OCTOBER 21   Ongar Wildlife Society, Jubilee Park Pavilion, Love Lane, Ongar (7.45pm for 8pm) with a talk entitled 'Insect Trends. Is it all bad news?' by Rosie Earwaker. Annual membership £20 a year for nine talks, a Garden Party and a New Year Party. Non-members £5 per visit.
   
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10   Loughton Residents' Association farmers market, Centric Parade, High Road, Loughton (9am-3pm) with produce stalls and local organisations. For more details email contact@loughtonresidents.co.uk
   
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18   Ongar Wildlife Society, Jubilee Park Pavilion, Love Lane, Ongar (7.45pm for 8pm) with a talk entitled 'Wildlife and Landscape Photography' by Andrew Bailey. Annual membership £20 a year for nine talks, a Garden Party and a New Year Party. Non-members £5 per visit.
   
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8   Loughton Residents' Association farmers market, Centric Parade, High Road, Loughton (9am-3pm) with produce stalls and local organisations. For more details email contact@loughtonresidents.co.uk
   
MONDAY, DECEMBER 9   Ongar Wildlife Society, Jubilee Park Pavilion, Love Lane, Ongar (7.45pm for 8pm) with a talk entitled 'Christmas Corals' by Brian Rosen. Annual membership £20 a year for nine talks, a Garden Party and a New Year Party. Non-members £5 per visit.
   


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