Essex local education authority

Kenneth Lindsay, Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Education.
The ancient parish contained over 3,900 acres (16 km2 but in 1996 some parts of the south of the old parish were transferred.Notable former pupils edit References edit External links edit.Colchester was controlled by the Colchester Borough Education Committee, chaired by Alderman Alex Blaxill, the Mayor.It was rebuilt in 1878 by Revd.Ralph Russell, foremost Western scholar of Urdu language and literature, lived in Queens Road as a child and attended Staples Road School.Another children's writer, Winifred Darch (18841960 taught at Loughton County High School for Girls (now Roding Valley High School as did the hymnodist and poet, Emily Chisholm (19101991 who lived in Loughton at 3 Lower Park.Loughton Cinema had a resident ladies' band during the 1930s.John Fisher Catholic Primary School - a voluntary aided school, whose Board consisting of appointees from the Catholic Church controls the admission policy whilst the Essex Local Education Authority provides its funding.Best known as the author of the short story The Monkey's Paw.Cricket - Loughton Cricket Club was founded in 1879, and plays in the Shepherd Neame Essex League.15 Epping Forest District Council's Arts Unit, Epping Forest Arts, stages occasional dance-based older woman looking for rich man performance works in Loughton, with community and schools participation.Arthur Morrison (18631945 best known for his grim novels about London's East End, lived in Salcombe House, Loughton High Road.The original segregated arrangement remained until 1961, when, under Mr Hepburn Reid's stewardship, the school became a co-educational Secondary Modern.Loughton Ladies Choir gives regular afternoon concerts in the Epping Forest area.16 Artist John Strevens (19021990) lived at 8 Lower Park Road from 1963 until his death.Connett, David (27 September 2009 "Raiders hit football's Golden Triangle", The Independent, London: Independent Print Ltd, retrieved Binns, Daniel (30 September 2009 "Police have downplayed reports of a 'Golden Triangle' of car thefts in the Epping district, claiming such crimes have reduced by a third.Sport and leisure edit Although Loughton is surrounded by open countryside, it contains in addition many open spaces.Ruth Rendell, Baroness Rendell of Babergh (1930-2015 who lived in Shelley Grove, Loughton, was educated at Loughton County High School for Girls and subsequently worked as a journalist in Loughton at the West Essex Gazette.Football - At Willingale Road Playing Fields and At the Roding Valley Recreation Ground a variety of local football teams play.Sir William Addison (19051992 historian and author, owned a bookshop in Loughton High Road for forty years.Performances are from Loughton Amateur Dramatic Society, founded in 1924, which until 2006 alternated with those from the now-defunct West Essex Repertory Company, founded in 1945.
Loughton District Historical Society Newsletter.

Special schools edit Oak View School Woodcroft School Independent schools edit Oaklands School (age 211) 28 Colleges edit Notable residents edit Notable people associated with Loughton (apart from those listed above) include: Dick Turpin (17051739 notorious highwayman, was familiar with Epping Forest (his butcher's shop.
Buckhurst Hill parish, and other small portions.