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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.
The M11 was constructed in a number of phases beginning in the 1970s and finally opening in the 1980s.
Some of her fiction is set in Epping Forest, and 'Little Cornwall the hilly area of north-west Loughton close to Epping Forest, takes its name from her description in the novel The Face of Trespass.Mountain-biking - Epping Forest attracts large numbers of mountain bikers.Ray Dorset, the lead singer of Mungo Jerry, had his first taste of fame when his band 'The Tramps' won the Loughton Beat Contest in 1964.Located within Debden's industrial estate is the former printing works of the Bank of England ; in 1993 the printing works were taken over by De La Rue on their winning the contract to print the banknotes.Loughton District Historical Society Newsletter."history: A look at Lawrence of Arabia in Epping Forest".Retrieved "Music at LMC".Citation needed Bus edit There are many bus routes in Loughton, which are either London Buses routes, commercial routes or Essex County Council contract routes.9 The School, which became part of the University of Essex in 2000, includes the Corbett Theatre in its campus.It is located between 11 and 13 miles (21 km) north east.The effect will be to drive some small shopkeepers out of business.Regular productions are staged at the theatre, which was named after Harry.Normanhurst School, website, north Chingford - Girls Boys 2.Loughton Camera Club, a member of the East Anglian Federation of Photographic Societies, meets at Lopping Hall in Loughton, and holds regular exhibitions of members' work in Loughton Library and elsewhere.Little Cornwall is a hilly area of north-west Loughton closest to Epping Forest characterised by steep hills, weatherboarded houses, narrow lanes and high holly hedges.1968 film actor from the silent movie era, baby gender prediction by mother's date of birth lived at 20 Carroll Hill, Loughton, from 191734.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.Contact us and our News Emails.
4 5 The town has been used as a backdrop in other television series, notably The Only Way is Essex, and two shops in the High Road are associated with members of its cast.
Major Greenwood (18801949 epidemiologist and statistician - Sir Leonard Hill gave him his first job after graduation as an assistant physiologist before he turned to his later career, 33 and he later became a neighbour of the Hill family in Loughton 34 Sir Hugh Cairns.