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SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS   Obstacle Induction at 'Wild Forest' at Nuclear Races, Ongar Road, Kelvedon Hatch, 9.30am. Cost £19.99 for adults and £14.99 for children. For more details ring Sam Alexander on 07970 739037. Whether you are looking for a fun obstacle activity day, want to develop some serious OCR skills or just want to get fit, you can train and have fun while opening up your senses and explore the wild trails and unique training facilities. The activities are open to children aged from six years to adults year round.
   
WEDNESDAYS until DECEMBER 6   Public speaking course, Bedford House, Buckhurst Hill Community Association, Bedford House, Buckhurst Hill. Do you feel nervous and lose control when asked to speak in public? Do you need help with a Best Man's or Father of the Bride's speech? Do you have to make a formal presentation at work? Course runs every Wednesday from September 6 (7.15pm-8.15pm) until Wednesday, December 6. For further information contact Jayne Gill. Speech and Drama Teacher, by emailing jaynegill2017@gmail.com or ringing 07901 555560.
   
UNTIL OCTOBER 29   Exhibition: The garden and beyond, an exhibition of paintings by Barbara Sampson, The View, Rangers Road, Chingford. Admission free. No booking required.
   
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15   Guided tour, Copped Hall, Epping (gates open 10am; last entry 11am). Tours last two-and-a-half to three hours and cover the gardens, a large part of the mansion, cellars and stables. Entry £8 per person. Tea, coffee and homemade cakes available in the Racquets Court where there is also a shop selling books about Copped Hall and a range of gift items. Second-hand books on sale in the mansion. There are also permanent exhibitions on site.
   
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15   Forest Philharmonic Orchestra concert, Walthamstow Assembly Hall, Forest Road, E17 4SY (6.30pm). Rachmaninov Symphony no. 3; Poulenc Les Biches; Gershwin's An American in Paris. Conductor Mark Shanahan. Free pre-concert talk 5.30pm. Tickets from £12 (concessions available).
   
MONDAY, OCTOBER 16   Epping Forest Green Party invite small business owners to discuss their issues with Rachel Collinson, the Green Party’s Business, Innovation and Skills spokesperson, at The Space, next to Loughton Library, Traps Hill, Loughton (7.45pm-9pm). Anyone interested in attending should register online at http://efgp.org.uk/sme2017
   
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17   Bahá’í community of Loughton celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Bahá’u’lláh, the founder of the Bahá’í Faith with a talk by Dr Wendi Momen MBE on the significance of this time, The Murray Hall, Borders Lane, Loughton. Light refreshments at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Free event, open to all.
   
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 to SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29   Dr Gore’s Spooky Mad Lab, Royal Gunpowder Mills, Beaulieu Drive, Waltham Abbey. Dr Gore’s Spooky Mad Lab takes place daily. Tickets start at £8.50 for children (family deals available). Doors open 10am (last entry 3pm). For more information visit the Royal Gunpowder Mills website or follow @gunpowdermills on social media.
   
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21   Fungi Walk with Tricia Moxey at GreenAcres Epping, Kiln Road, North Weald (10am and 1pm). A gentle stroll around the park to see what fungi is growing. Light refreshments will be served after the walks. Booking essential. Ring 01992 523863 or email sam.thompson@greenacresgroup.co.uk
   
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21   Saturday Coffee Concert, St John's Church, Epping (11am-11.45am). Organ Recital by Simon Winters. Elgar’s Pomp & Circumstance March no.4, Walton’s Crown Imperial and other works by Stanley, Handel, Stanford and Howells. Coffee served from 10.30am. Entrance free with a retiring collection for the Heart of Epping Appeal.
   
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21   Autumn Fair, St Winifred's Church, 115 Manor Road, Chigwell (10am-4pm). Admission free. Craft stalls, bottle stall, raffle, tombola, soft toys, plants stall, cake stall and refreshments. Puppet show for children, aged 3-12, at 11am, plus other activities for children.
   
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21   Music for Lunch, the Abbey Church, Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey (12.30pm). Admission free. Retiring collection. Refreshments served noon–12.30pm.
   
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21   Quiz Night for St Lawrence Church, Ninefields at Hillhouse C of E School, Waltham Abbey (6.30pm for 7pm) Teams of six to eight people. Tickets £10, including fish or chicken and chips, or vegetarian option. Soft drinks available but take other drinks. Tickets and meal orders to Valerie on 01992 713996 by Wednesday, October 18.
   
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24   Ongar Millennium History Society trip to Bletchley Park. Departs Ongar at 9.30am and leaves Bletchley Park at 4pm. Entry £14 plus £10 coach fare (coach free for history society members). For more details, and tickets, ring Sandra on 01277 363927.
   
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26 to SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28   Theydon Bois Drama Society performing Hound of the Baskervilles, by Tim Kelly, Theydon Bois Village Hall, Coppice Row, Theydon Bois (8pm). Tickets, £9.50, available at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/theydonboisdramasociety, or by ringing 01992 919038 Website http://theydondrama.org
   
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26   Halloween obstacle fun, games and the Grand Finale on the mud jump course (for ages six and over), Wild Forest (2pm-3.30pm). For more details visit https://www.wild-forest.co.uk/seasonal-events
   
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27   Pumpkin carving, The View, Rangers Road, Chingford (11am-4pm). Refreshments available. Prizes for carvers who attend in costume. £5 per person, includes pumpkin, t-light and use of carving tools. £2 per non-carver. Booking required. Ring 020 7332 1911.
   
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28   Halloween kids and family disco with fancy dress party and musical games and children's entertainer, St Edmund’s Centre, 216 Chingford Mount Road, Chingford. E4 8JL (2pm-4.30pm or 5.30pm-8pm). Children £7 (adults £6). Primarily for four to 11-year-olds (younger children may attend but will need a ticket). Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult and remain their responsibility at the event. Pizza, face painting, licensed bar, kid’s drinks, cakes, sand art, kid’s tombola, lucky dip, pocket money toys. For more information and to buy tickets, ring Irene Bull on 020 8559 4500, email irenebull@hotmail.co.uk
   
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28   Music for Lunch, the Abbey Church, Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey (12.30pm). Admission free. Retiring collection. Refreshments served noon–12.30pm.
   
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29   Pumpkin Plod, Haven House Children's Hospice, High Road, Woodford Green (11am-5pm). Starting and finishing at the hospice, enjoy a 5k plod through Epping Forest completing challenges to help create a witch’s potion that will make the Pumpkin King smile. This year’s fancy dress theme is Pumpkins and Bats. If orange is your colour, go pumpkins all the way, or don your wings and embrace your inner Batman. 5k Halloween-themed route through Epping Forest. 2k route option available on Haven House grounds - recommended for children aged under 2 and for wheelchair/pushchair access. Two starting times: 11am or 2.30pm. Ticket prices: child (under 12s, £5), adult (£10) or family of four (£25). Entry fee includes pumpkin, activity sheet and sweet treats. Participants are asked to raise £50 per family in sponsorship.
   
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31   Festival of Light, Church of the Holy Innocents, Church Lane, High Beach (4.30pm-7pm). Service in the candlelight churchyard followed by a barbecue with soup, hot chocolate, games and crafts in the church for all the family. Free event. Donations for barbecue welcome. For more details, ring Jane Begley on 07572 111387 or email jane.begley@irwinmitchell.com
   
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31   Volunteer Day, GreenAcres Epping, Kiln Road, North Weald (10am-3pm). Help to improve the wildlife habitats and maintain the landscape of at the burial park. Training and tools provided. Wear weather-appropriate clothing and sturdy boots, and take own food and drink. For more details, ring Sam on 01992 523863 or email sam.thompson@greenacresgroup.co.uk
   
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2   The English-Speaking Union, Epping Forest branch monthly meeting, The Murray Hall, Borders Lane, Loughton (10.15am for 10.45am) with a talk by Oliver Yates about the 'Albatross Task Force' which is dedicated to protecting these incredibly beautiful birds whose numbers are in sharp decline due to industrial-scale longline fishing. Admission £4, including tea/coffee. For more details ring 020 8505 9001 or 01992 812454.
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4 to SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3    Exhibition: Our Forest, nature and the City of London, The View, Rangers Road, Chingford. A collection of watercolour and acrylic paintings inspired by the forest, the City of London and nature by Peter Edmonds and Sylvia Cottrell. Admission free. No booking required.
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4 and SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5   Guy Fawkes Festival and Fireworks, Royal Gunpowder Mills, Beaulieu Drive, Waltham Abbey. Family fun activities from 2pm featuring Slime Making and Lantern Making for children. A short theatre production, Musket Firing, takes the audience into scenes from the plot. Science shows with Professor Nitrate explaining the science of explosions, and a Stuart Foods Experience where visitors can learn about the Stuarts' eating habits. Hot food available. Fireworks display 7pm (last entry 6.30pm). Online booking.
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4   St John's Fireworks Display, St John's Field, Church Lane, Loughton. Gates open 6pm-9pm. Bonfire 6.45pm; fireworks 7pm. Barbecue and refreshments. Children £3; adults £6; family ticket £15 (two adults and up to three children). For tickets email admin@loughtonchurch.org.uk
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4   Saturday Coffee Concert, St John's Church, Epping (11am-11.45am). Piano Recital by David Silkoff. Works by Beethoven, Chopin, Scriabin and Liszt-Paganini. Coffee served from 10.30am. Entrance free with a retiring collection for the Heart of Epping Appeal.
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4   Autumn Fayre for St Lawrence Church, Hillhouse Primary School, Ninefields, Waltham Abbey (11am-2pm).
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4   Music for Lunch, the Abbey Church, Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey (12.30pm). Admission free. Retiring collection. Refreshments served noon–12.30pm.
   
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5   Fireworks display and bonfire, Abridge Village Hall, Ongar Road, Abridge. Funfair, live band, food stalls, licensed bar, free parking and disabled parking. All proceeds go to local good causes. Gates open 4pm; bonfire lit 5.30pm; guy judging 6pm; fireworks display 7.30pm. Live band 'The Issues' will play once the display is finished. Tickets (now accepting card payments) are £5 for adults (17 years +), children £3 (3-16 years), under-3s free). For are on sale by ringing 07958 535971, or by calling in to the Shell Garage, London Road, Abridge.
   
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6   The Lavers and District Horticultural Society meets at Moreton Village Hall (7pm for 7.30pm) for a talk on ‘Evergreens for All Occasions’ with Tom Cole. For more details email lavershorticultural@gmail.com or visit www.lavershorticulturalsociety.co.uk
   
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6   Buckhurst Hill Horticultural Society talk, St James’ United Reformed Church, Palmerston Road, Buckhurst Hill (7.30pm-9.30pm) with Nina Lewis giving a talk on 'Growing exotics in Woodford'. The talk follows the AGM. Free entry for members, £1 non-members. Refreshments. For more information ring chairman Maureen Briggs on 0208 504 8436 or email mbriggs@uwclub.net
   
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9   Ongar Art Society, High Ongar Village Hall, The Street, High Ongar (8pm-10pm). A demonstration of painting and collage by Sylvia Paul : ‘A Street Scene’: using Acrylic and Collage. Sylvia exhibits across the UK and internationally and has recently exhibited two of her landscape collages at The Royal Institute of Water Colour Artists. Visitors £4.
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11   Armistice Service, Church of the Holy Innocents, Church Lane, High Beach (10.30am). Choral service with hymns for the congregation. For more details, ring Jane Begley on 07572 111387 or email jane.begley@irwinmitchell.com
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11   Ongar Art Society's winter art sale, Budworth Hall, High Street, Ongar (9.30am-4.30pm). Original art work on sale. Tea/coffee and and cake.
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11   Music for Lunch, the Abbey Church, Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey (12.30pm). Admission free. Retiring collection. Refreshments served noon–12.30pm.
   
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12   Loughton Residents' Association Farmers Market, Centric Parade, High Road, Loughton. Now on the second Sunday of each month (9am-2pm). Produce stalls and local organisations. LRA councillors on hand to respond to residents’ questions and problems.
   
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12   Black Tudors: The untold story, Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge, Rangers Road, Chingford (1pm–4pm with talk at 2.30pm). Historian Dr Miranda Kaufmann tells the intriguing tales of three Africans – a diver employed by Henry VIII to recover guns from the wreck of the Mary Rose, a Moroccan woman baptised in Elizabethan London and a porter who whipped a fellow servant at their master’s Gloucestershire manor house. Tudor activities and dressing up throughout the afternoon for all ages. Admission free. No booking required.
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18   Venison workshop 10am-4pm - the venue will be confirmed at time of booking). Skin, butcher and cook venison in a woodland setting. Discover what to do with the bones and antlers. Venison lunch provided and a bag of venison to take home. Over-18s only. £110 per person. Booking required. Ring 020 7332 1911.
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18   Music for Lunch, the Abbey Church, Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey (12.30pm). Admission free. Retiring collection. Refreshments served noon–12.30pm.
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18   Coffee morning for Waltham Abbey Church Mothers’ Union, the Abbey Church Centre, Abbey Gardens, Waltham Abbey (10.30am-12-30pm).
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18   St John's Autumn Fayre. St John's Church Hall, Church Lane, Loughton (11ma-3pm). Bottle tombola, raffle, cake stall, jams, jewellery, children's craft activities, refreshments - lunches served from noon. Licensed bar. For more details email admin@loughtonchurch.org.uk
   
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19   Guided tour, Copped Hall, Epping (gates open 10am; last entry 11am). Tours last two-and-a-half to three hours and cover the gardens, a large part of the mansion, cellars and stables. Entry £8 per person. Tea, coffee and homemade cakes available in the Racquets Court where there is also a shop selling books about Copped Hall and a range of gift items. Second-hand books on sale in the mansion. There are also permanent exhibitions on site.
   
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19   Deer walk, Lodge Road car park, Epping Forest (9.30am-1.30pm). A guided walk looks at how deer have adapted to exist alongside humans in the 21st century, the effects they have on their surroundings and the challenges that they face. The walk includes a visit to the Deer Sanctuary at Theydon Bois. No dogs. £5 per person. Booking required. Ring 020 7332 1911.
   
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19   Christmas Market for St Mary the Virgin Church, Stapleford Abbotts at Stapleford Abbotts Village Hall, Stapleford Road, Stapleford Abbotts (10am-2pm). Admission £1. Stalls will include homemade cakes and preserves, jewellery, clothes, bric-a-brac, tombola and raffle. Refreshments available all day.
   
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19   Deanery Confirmation Service, the Abbey Church, Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey (6pm).
   
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21   Theydon Jazz Club, Thornwood Parish Hall, Weald Hall Lane, Thornwood (8pm). A Big Band Night featuring the 22-piece Marvin Beddows Big Band and Singers. Admission £12 on the door. Bar and tea and coffee. Admission to members and first 50 non-members. For more details, email Dave Dyer at davedyer24@gmail.com or ring 01945 588325 or 07903 879209.
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25   Music for Lunch, the Abbey Church, Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey (12.30pm). Admission free. Retiring collection. Refreshments served noon–12.30pm.
   
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25   Messy Abbey, the Abbey Church, Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey (1.30-3.30pm), for 11 years and under with parent/guardian supervision. Story, crafts and songs followed by food. Admission free.
   
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28   Volunteer Day, GreenAcres Epping, Kiln Road, North Weald (10am-3pm). Help to improve the wildlife habitats and maintain the landscape of at the burial park. Training and tools provided. Wear weather-appropriate clothing and sturdy boots, and take own food and drink. For more details, ring Sam on 01992 523863 or email sam.thompson@greenacresgroup.co.uk
   
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30   St Clare Hospice Light Up A Life service, The Abbey Church, Waltham Abbey (7pm).
   
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1   Christmas Market, Church of the Holy Innocents, Church Lane, High Beach (6pm-9pm). Some 20 stalls, pancakes, hot chocolate and seasonal music by children’s choirs. For more details, ring Jane Begley on 07572 111387 or email jane.begley@irwinmitchell.com
   
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2   Advent Activity Day, Church of the Holy Innocents, Church Lane, High Beach (11.30am,-2pm). Free activities for children with all-day buffet and pancakes. For more details, ring Jane Begley on 07572 111387 or email jane.begley@irwinmitchell.com
   
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2   St Clare Hospice Light Up A Life service, Loughton Methodist Church, High Road, Loughton (4.30pm).
   
MONDAY, DECEMBER 4   The Lavers and District Horticultural Society meets at Moreton Village Hall (7pm for 7.30pm) for festive entertainment. For more details email lavershorticultural@gmail.com or visit www.lavershorticulturalsociety.co.uk
   
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7   The English-Speaking Union, Epping Forest branch monthly meeting, The Murray Hall, Borders Lane, Loughton (10.15am for 10.45am) with a talk by Tracy Mackness on setting 'The Giggly Pig Company'. Admission £4, including tea/coffee. For more details ring 020 8505 9001 or 01992 812454.
   
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7   St Clare Hospice Light Up A Life service, St Martin’s Church, High Street, Ongar (4.30pm).
   
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9   Epping Forest Singers with Loughton Youth Choir present a Christmas Concert, St John's Church, Church Lane, Loughton (7pm). Directed by Fru Chilvers, Accompanist Paul Chilvers. Tickets £10 in advance (£12 on the door, £3 for under 16s), available by ringing Chris Waldron 01992 714227.
   
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10   Christmas Concert, Church of the Holy Innocents, Church Lane, High Beach, (2pm). Concert with audience participation by The Woodford Singers – seasonal refreshments will be served. For more details, ring Jane Begley on 07572 111387 or email jane.begley@irwinmitchell.com
   
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10   Loughton Residents' Association Farmers Market, Centric Parade, High Road, Loughton. Now on the second Sunday of each month (9am-2pm). Produce stalls and local organisations. LRA councillors on hand to respond to residents’ questions and problems.
   
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12   St Clare Hospice Light Up A Life service, St John's Church, St Johns Road, Epping (7pm).
   
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12   Theydon Bois Singers Christmas Concert, Theydon Bois Village Hall, Coppice Row, Theydon Bois (7.45pm). Bar and light refresments. Tickets, priced £10 in advance (£12 on the door), available by ringing 01992 573855 or emailing theydonsingers@gmail.com
   
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13   Informal carol singing by candlelight– this year’s theme is St Nicholas - Church of the Holy Innocents, Church Lane, High Beach (7pm-9pm). Seasonal refreshments will be served. For more details, ring Jane Begley on 07572 111387 or email jane.begley@irwinmitchell.com
   
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13   St Clare Hospice Light Up A Life service, St Clare Hospice, Hastingwood Road, Hastingwood (7pm).
   
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16 and SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17   Christmas Grotto, Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge, Rangers Road, Chingford (from 10am). Meet Father Christmas and enjoy the Christmas spirit with a glass of mulled wine, cider or hot chocolate while singing along to Christmas songs in the 'snow'. Seasonal activities and Christmas stalls. Gift shop. £14.95 per child (includes gift). Booking required. Tickets on sale via Eventbrite on October 14.
   
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16   St Clare Hospice Light Up A Life service, St Clare Hospice, Hastingwood Road, Hastingwood (4.30pm).
   
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19   Theydon Jazz Club, Thornwood Village Hall, Weald Hall Lane, Thornwood (7.30pm-10.30pm) with The Theydon Select Six. Admission £10 (members £8). Non-members and new members welcome. Bar, tea and coffee. For more details email davedyer24@gmail.com or ring 01945 588325.
   
SUNDAY, JANUARY 21   Waltham Abbey Wool Show, Waltham Abbey Marriott Hotel, Old Shire Lane, Waltham Abbey (10am-4pm). Entry tickets available online via http://www.walthamabbeywoolshow.co.uk/ - £3.50 in advance (£5 on the day). Tickets also available from Waltham Abbey Tourist Information Centre, Highbridge Street, Waltham Abbey.
   
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8   Buckhurst Hill Horticultural Society talk, St James’ United Reformed Church, Palmerston Road, Buckhurst Hill (7.30pm-9.30pm) with Mike Abel giving a talk entitled 'Vegetable Growing'. Free entry for members, £1 non-members. Refreshments. For more information ring chairman Maureen Briggs on 0208 504 8436 or email mbriggs@uwclub.net
   
MONDAY, MARCH 5   Buckhurst Hill Horticultural Society talk, St James’ United Reformed Church, Palmerston Road, Buckhurst Hill (7.30pm-9.30pm). Free entry for members, £1 non-members. Refreshments. For more information ring chairman Maureen Briggs on 0208 504 8436 or email mbriggs@uwclub.net
   
SATURDAY, APRIL 7   Buckhurst Hill Horticultural Society Spring Flower Show, The Centenary Hall, St. John’s Church, High Road, Buckhurst Hill (2pm-4.30pm) with spring flowers, cookery section, photography, and junior entries, plants for sale, teas and homemade cakes. Admission free for members (£1 for non-members). For more information ring contact show secretary Jill Jones on 0208 257 8996 or email jill998@btinternet.com
   
SATURDAY, JULY 7    Buckhurst Hill Horticultural Society Summer Flower Show, The Centenary Hall, St. John’s Church, High Road, Buckhurst Hill (2pm-4.30pm) with floral art, cookery section, and junior entries, plants for sale, teas and homemade cakes. Admission free for members (£1 for non-members). For more information ring contact show secretary Jill Jones on 0208 257 8996 or email jill998@btinternet.com
   
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8    Buckhurst Hill Horticultural Society Autumn Flower Show, The Centenary Hall, St. John’s Church, High Road, Buckhurst Hill (2pm-4.30pm) with flower arranging, cookery section, vegetables, and junior entries, plants for sale and garden sundries, teas and homemade cakes. Admission free for members (£1 for non-members). For more information ring contact show secretary Jill Jones on 0208 257 8996 or email jill998@btinternet.com
   


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