Council launches online grant aid application

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Grant applications to Epping Forest District Council by local organisations can now be made online.

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Community-based organisations operating for the benefit of Epping Forest residents, can apply for up to £5,000 online.

Funding boost

Leisure and Community Services Portfolio Holder Councillor Helen Kane said: “I am proud to see our Council moving forward and making our processes as simple as possible for groups to apply for funding.

“Council grants are actively helping groups in our district to provide much needed and valued services for our residents in order to keep our communities thriving.

“So if you know of a community group or voluntary service that could use a funding boost, don’t delay, encourage them to apply online today.”

Grants up to £5,000 are available to:

  • Local voluntary and community groups
  • Sports clubs
  • Arts and culture groups
  • Trusts
  • Social enterprises
  • Community interest groups

Groups that apply must:

  • Operate on a charitable or non-profit making basis
  • Be based, or are active, in the Epping Forest district
  • Offer services and facilities to all eligible local residents
  • Not have unfair restrictions on membership or participation
  • Be able to show a clear need for financial support
  • Have a bank or building society account in the name of the applicant organisation

For further information

What’s on? Summer activities – Week 6

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Looking for summer holiday activity inspiration? Take a look at what we have in store for Monday 27 to Friday 31 August 2018 of the summer holidays.


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Make a fairy garden

  • Tuesday 28 August
  • 10am- 12pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £5.50
  • Ages 5-14

Book


Street tennis

  • Tuesday 28 August
  • 10am- 12pm
  • Roding Valley recreation ground, Roding Road, Tennis courts, Loughton, IG10 3BS
  • £3.50
  • Ages 5-11

No need to book


Street basketball

  • Wednesday 29 August
  • 10am – 12pm
  • Roding Valley recreation ground, Roding Road, Tennis courts, Loughton, IG10 3BS
  • £5
  • Ages 10- 14

No need to book


How to draw, a portrait

  • Wednesday 29 August
  • 30am -12pm
  • Loughton Library, Traps Hill, Loughton, IG10 1HD
  • £8
  • Ages 8-14

Book


How to draw, a landscape

  • Wednesday 29 August
  • 20pm – 3pm
  • Loughton Library, Traps Hill, Loughton, IG10 1HD
  • £8
  • Ages 8- 14

Book


Multi-sports, forest adventures and more…

We have also planned a wide range of sport, play and adventure days regularly, at multiple locations, throughout the 8 week holiday

  • Multi-sports days – book
  • Forest adventures – book
  • Play in the forest – no need to book
  • Play in the park – no need to book

Check the full brochure for locations, dates and times.


Further details


Summer holidays by week

eNgage dance show returns for 2018

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Dance groups from Essex and Hertfordshire gave a wonderful performance at this year’s eNgage at the Spotlight Theatre, Hoddesdon on Friday 29 June.

eNgage 2018

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With an audience of over 300 and a cast of 130, eNgage brought several communities together for an evening of spectacular dance. The mix of dance styles included Street Dance, Tap, Musical Theatre and Commercial.

The dancers

Performers were of all ages and abilities, from 8 years old to 72 years young!

The evening welcomed a new group to perform, Mayhem Theatre Arts. They closed the show with a great number representing all dances through the decades. Big Funksters Tappers performed for the first time ever after only having formed in 2017.

A journey through time

CoCoCare, an adult group with disabilities from Colchester, wowed the audience with their use of props and quick costume changes, that also take us on a journey through time with different dance styles and moves including Disco and Break Dancing.

Jason Theatre School celebrated girl power with a feisty but feel-good female medley, the piece was created in the Daniela’s Dance classes; a special class started in memory of pupil Daniela Ruggiero. Straight Up Dance, closed the first act with a phenomenal piece inspired by The Greatest Showman, that had both adults and junior classes performing together.

DNA Studios and Flux Dance Collective choreographed pieces especially for the show to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War I.

The show

The show is organised by the Epping Forest District Museums Heritage and Culture team and is part of the U.Dance network of events that aim to provide every child and young person with the opportunity to take part in a dance performance.

The flyer and programme for the show are designed by Art and Design student, Annabel Christian from Epping Forest College who beat fellow classmates to be the winning design.

“Not to be missed”

Epping Forest District Council’s Chairman, Councillor Richard Bassett attended, and said: “ What an amazing evening, I consider it a privilege to have been invited. It’s wonderful to be a part of an event that showcases so much local artistic flair and talent. I was exhausted by the sheer energy of all the groups! Congratulations to the performers and well done to all of the event organisers for putting on such a wonderful show. Please make sure you get a ticket for next year it’s not to be missed.”

What’s on? Week 5 of the summer holidays

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Looking for summer holiday activity inspiration? Take a look at what we have in store for Monday 20 to Friday 24 August 2018 of the summer holidays.

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How to draw…a portrait

This practical artist led workshop will teach you tips and techniques for drawing the human face.

  • Monday 20 August 2018
  • 10:30am – 12 noon
  • Epping Library, St John’s Road, Epping, CM16 5DN
  • £8 per child
  • Suitable for children 8 to 14 years old
  • Booking essential

How to draw…a landscape

This practical artist led workshop will teach you tips and techniques for drawing landscapes.

  • Monday 20 August 2018
  • 1.30pm – 3pm
  • Epping Library, St John’s Road, Epping, CM16 5DN
  • £8 per child
  • Suitable for children aged 8 to 14 years old
  • Booking essential

Funky seed head sculpture

Create a funky seed head sculpture that will grow into something amazing!

  • Tuesday 21 August 2018
  • 10am – 12 noon
  • Epping Forest District Council Community Services, 25 Hemnall Street, Epping, CM16 4LU
  • £5.50 per child
  • Suitable for children aged 5 to 14 years old
  • Booking essential

Family fun with clay

Be inspired by objects in the Museum displays and make your own clay creation

  • Tuesday 21 August 2018
  • 12 noon – 3pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum 39 -41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 1EL
  • £1.50 per child
  • Suitable for children aged 5 to 13 years old
  • Drop in event

Art in the garden

Spend a fun morning in the Epping Forest District Museum garden

  • Wednesday 22 August 2018
  • 10:30am – 12 noon
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39 – 41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 1EL
  • £8 per child
  • Suitable for children aged 8 to 14 years old
  • Booking is essential

Teddy bears picnic

Join Countrycare and our teddy bears for some fun outdoor activities!

  • Wednesday 22 August 2018
  • 12noon – 2pm
  • Linder’s Field, Roebuck Lane, Buckhurst Hill, IG9 5QN
  • £3 per child
  • Suitable for children aged 3 to 6 years old
  • Booking is essential

Graffiti spray painting workshop

Create your very own graffiti style picture to take pride of place at home!

  • Wednesday 22 August 2018
  • 1pm – 3pm
  • Oakwood Hall Community Hall, Longcroft Rise, Loughton, IG10 3NB
  • £5.50 per child
  • Suitable for children aged 8 to 16 years old
  • Booking essential

How to paint…like an artist

Learning from great artists of the past, you will work in a variety of different styles, with a variety of different materials to produce your own artwork

  • Wednesday 22 August 2018
  • 2pm – 4pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39 – 41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 1EL
  • £10 per child
  • Suitable for children aged 8 to 14 years old
  • Booking essential

Family fun – arts and crafts drop in

Join us for a morning of fun family arts and crafts for you to make together and take home

  • Friday 24 August 2018
  • 10:30am – 12:30pm
  • The Limes Centre, Limes Avenue, Chigwell, IG7 5LP
  • £2 per child
  • Suitable for children of all ages
  • Drop in event

Multi-sports, forest adventures and more…

We have also planned a wide range of sport, play and adventure days regularly, at multiple locations, throughout the 8 week holiday

  • Multi-sports days – book
  • Forest adventures – book
  • Play in the forest – no need to book
  • Play in the park – no need to book

Check the full brochure for locations, dates and times


Further details


Summer holiday by week

What’s on? Summer activities – Week 4

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Looking for summer holiday activity inspiration? Take a look at what we have in store for Monday 13 to Friday 17 August 2018 of the summer holidays.


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Create a terrarium garden

  • Tuesday 14 August
  • 10am – 12pm
  • Epping Forest district council community services, 25 Hemnall Street, Epping Cm16 4LU
  • £5.50
  • Suitable for ages 5-14

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Family fun medal making

  • Tuesday 14 August
  • 12pm – 3pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £1.50
  • Suitable for ages 5-13

No need to book


Drop in and draw

  • Wednesday 15 August
  • 12pm – 3pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £1.50
  • Suitable for all ages

No need to book


Customize your shoes workshop

  • Wednesday 15 August
  • 1pm – 3pm
  • Oakwood Hall Community Hall, Longcroft Rise, Loughton, IG10 3NB
  • £5.50
  • Suitable for ages 8- 16

Book


How to draw, a portrait

  • Thursday 16 August
  • 30am- 12pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £8
  • Suitable for ages 8-14

Book


How to draw, a landscape

  • Thursday 16 August
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £8
  • Suitable for ages 8-14

Book


Multi-sports, forest adventures and more…

We have also planned a wide range of sport, play and adventure days regularly, at multiple locations, throughout the 8 week holiday

  • Multi-sports days – book
  • Forest adventures – book
  • Play in the forest – no need to book
  • Play in the park – no need to book

Check the full brochure for locations, dates and times


Further details

What’s on? Summer activities – Week 3

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Looking for summer holiday activity inspiration? Take a look at what we have in store for Monday 6 to Friday 10 August 2018 of the summer holidays.


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Celebration cake decoration workshop

  • Tuesday 7 August
  • 10am-12pm
  • Epping Forest district council community services, 25 Hemnall Street, Epping CM16 4LU
  • £5.50
  • Ages 5-14

Book


Family fun with printmaking

  • Tuesday 7 August
  • 12pm- 3pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £1.50
  • Ages 5-13

No need to book


Drop in and draw

  • Wednesday 8 August
  • 30am-12.30pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £1.50
  • All ages

No need to book


Bird day

  • Wednesday 8 August
  • 11am- 1pm
  • Epping Green Millennium Garden, Epping Green, Cm16 6PR
  • £3
  • Ages 4-11

Please call Countrycare on 01992564224 to book


Old MacDonald & the 3 pigs plus

  • Thursday 6 August
  • 30pm-3.30pm
  • Jazz Archive Room, 1 Floor, Loughton Library, Traps Hill, Loughton 1G10 1HD
  • £8
  • Ages 4+

Book


Multi-sports, forest adventures and more…

We have also planned a wide range of sport, play and adventure days regularly, at multiple locations, throughout the 8 week holiday

  • Multi-sports days – book
  • Forest adventures – book
  • Play in the forest – no need to book
  • Play in the park – no need to book

Check the full brochure for locations, dates and times


Further details

What’s on? Summer activities – Week 2

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Looking for summer holiday activity inspiration? Take a look at what we have in store for Monday 30 July to Saturday 4 August 2018 of the summer holidays.


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Little storytellers

  • Monday 30 July
  • 30am – 12pm
  • St James Hall, St James Avenue, Ongar CM5 9EL
  • £8
  • Suitable for ages 4+

 

  • Friday 3 August
  • 30am- 12pm
  • Forest Room, Jack Silley Pavilion, Stonards Hill, Recreation Ground, Epping, CM16 6SP
  • £8
  • Suitable for ages 4+

Book


Learn how to make funky scarecrows

  • Tuesday 31 July
  • 10am – 12pm
  • Marketing Garden Terrace, Epping Community Garden (near the back of M&S)
  • £5.50
  • Suitable for ages 5-14

Book


Family fun flower art

  • Tuesday 31 July
  • 12pm- 3pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £1.50
  • Suitable for ages 5-13

Book


Drop in and draw

  • Wednesday 1 August
  • 30am – 12.30pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £1.50
  • Suitable for all ages

Book


Make your own paper and wool pom pom

  • Wednesday 1 August
  • 1pm-3pm
  • Oakwood Hall Community Hall, Longcroft Rise, Loughton, IG10 3NB
  • £5.50
  • Suitable for ages 8-16

Book


Family fun day

  • Saturday 4 August
  • 11am – 4pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • Free (donations welcome)
  • Suitable for ages 3-13

Booking not required


Multi-sports, forest adventures and more…

We have also planned a wide range of sport, play and adventure days regularly, at multiple locations, throughout the 8 week holiday

  • Multi-sports days – book
  • Forest adventures – book
  • Play in the forest – no need to book
  • Play in the park – no need to book

Check the full brochure for locations, dates and times


Further details

What’s on? Summer activities – Week 1

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Looking for summer holiday activity inspiration? Take a look at what we have in store for Monday 23 to Friday 27 July 2018 of the summer holidays.


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Comedy Club 4 Kids

  • Monday 23 July
  • 2pm – 4pm
  • Large Marquee at Chigwell Hall, Chigwell, IG7 6BD
  • £10 per person
  • Ages 6+

Book


Cupcake decorating workshop

  • Tuesday 24 July
  • 10am – 12pm
  • Epping Forest District Council community services, 25 Hemnall Street, Epping Cm16 4LU
  • £5.50
  • Ages 5-14

Book


Family fun with clay

  • Tuesday 24 July
  • 12pm – 3pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £1.50
  • Ages 5-13

Book


Musical in 2 days! Bugsy Malone

  • Wednesday 25 July to Thursday 26 July
  • 10am – 3pm
  • North Weald Village Hall High Road, North Weald, C16 6BU
  • £40
  • Ages 5+

Book


Be a print maker

  • Wednesday 25 July
  • 10am – 1pm
  • Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
  • £10
  • Ages 8+

Book


Chigwell Row Wood Treasure Hunt

  • Wednesday 25 July
  • 11am – 1pm
  • Chigwell Row Wood, Brocket Way, Chigwell, IG7 4LU (entrance opposite junction with Greenwood Road)
  • £3
  • Ages 6-11

Book


Introduction to tapestry weaving workshop

  • Wednesday 25 July
  • 1pm – 3pm
  • Oakwood Hill community hall, Longcroft Rise, Loughton IG10 3NB
  • £5.50
  • Ages 8-16

Book


Multi-sports, forest adventures and more…

We have also planned a wide range of sport, play and adventure days regularly, at multiple locations, throughout the 8 week holiday

  • Multi-sports days – book
  • Forest adventures – book
  • Play in the forest – no need to book
  • Play in the park – no need to book

Check the full brochure for locations, dates and times


Further details

Check hygiene ratings this Food Safety Week

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As part of National Food Safety Week (4 – 10 June 2018), Epping Forest District Council has partnered with the Food Standards Agency, to shine a light on food safety and the team working to help ensure that the food we buy and eat is safe and honest.

Public Health team

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We love our food, there’s simply no denying it. In fact, as a nation, we spent over £203 billion on food and drink last year alone. But the safety of our food is often something we take for granted. There are a whole host of people that work to keep food safe. The Council has a team of dedicated Environmental Health Officers whose job it is to inspect local food businesses to ensure hygiene standards are up to scratch.

The Rating Scheme

The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme helps people choose where to shop for food and where to eat out by giving them clear information about the businesses’ hygiene standards.

Find the sticker

There are six hygiene ratings ranging from ‘0 – urgent improvement required’ to ‘5 – very good’. Businesses are given green and black stickers for display at their premises and all ratings are published online, so people can make more informed choices about where to buy and eat food. The vast majority of food businesses in and around Epping Forest are ranked generally satisfactory, good or very good.

80% rated 3 or above

80% of businesses inspected in Epping Forest received a food hygiene rating of 3 or above, under the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme. The scheme covers businesses supplying or serving food direct to consumers such as restaurants, pubs, cafés, takeaways, food vans or stalls, canteens, hotels, supermarkets, schools, hospitals and care homes.

Dedicated and hard working team

Epping Forest District Council’s Environment Portfolio Holder Councillor Nigel Avey said: “We have a dedicated team that work hard to ensure that food is safe in Epping Forest so that residents and visitors can dine out with peace of mind. Research shows that food hygiene when eating out is the UK’s number one food safety concern so we are really pleased that the majority of our local food businesses hold a rating of 3 or above.”

Angela Towers, Head of the Food Hygiene Rating Team at the Food Standards Agency said: “Working in partnership with Epping Forest District Council and their expert Environmental Health Officers we are dedicated to ensuring that people can trust that the food they buy and eat is safe and honest. Our Food Hygiene Rating Scheme empowers the public to make informed decisions about where to buy and eat food, it’s also proved hugely effective in driving up standards in food businesses across the country”.

Further information

Summer fun for children with SEND

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The Epping Forest Inclusion project is running a wide variety of exciting summer activities for children and young people with SEND from July to August 2018.

Activities are suitable for children of all ages, unless otherwise stated, and we cater for a wide range of needs. Siblings and parents are also welcome to join us for some of the activities, please check the brochure for full details.


Bounce and swim

  • Monday 23 July/ Friday 17 August
  • 1.30pm- 3.30pm
  • Ongar Leisure Centre, the Gables, Ongar, CM5 0GA
  • £7
  • All ages

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Own a pony

  • Wednesday 25 July/ Wednesday 8 August/ Wednesday 29 August
  • 10am – 12pm
  • High Beech riding school, Pynest Green Lane, Waltham Abbey, EN4 3QL
  • £25
  • Ages 4- 25

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Boxing

  • Thursday 26 July
  • 1pm – 2pm/ Ages 7-10
  • 30pm- 4pm/ Ages 11+
  • Epping Sports Centre, Hemnall Street, Epping CM16 4LU
  • £6

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Suntrap summer fun day

  • Friday 27 July/ Monday 6 August/ Thursday 30 August
  • 10am – 3.30pm
  • Suntrap forest education centre, Church Road, High Beach, Loughton, IG10 4AJ
  • £16 for 1 child
  • £8 for additional sibling
  • All ages

Book


Canalability day trip

  • Monday 30 July/ Monday 20 August
  • 45am – 3pm
  • Lock view, Burnt Mill Lane, Harlow, CM20 2QS
  • £15
  • All ages

Book


Water wipe out splash

  • Tuesday 31 July/ Tuesday 21 August
  • 11.30am- 1pm
  • Lee Valley White water centre, Station Road, Waltham Cross, EN9 1AM
  • £12
  • Ages 8+

Book


Trampolining

  • Tuesday 2 August
  • 10am- 11am/ 11.30am- 12.30pm
  • Debden Park High School, Wilingale Road, Debden, IG10 2BQ
  • £4
  • All ages

Book


Storytellers

  • Friday 3 August
  • 30pm- 3pm
  • Forest room, Jack Silley Pavilion, Stonards Hill, recreation ground, Epping, CM16 6SP
  • £8
  • All ages

Book


Inclusion multi-sports camp

  • Tuesday 7 August
  • 10am-3pm
  • Upper Clapton rugby club, Upland Road, Thornwood, Epping, CM16 6NL
  • £15
  • All ages

 

  • Tuesday 28 August
  • 10am- 3pm
  • Debden park high school, Willingale Road, Loughton, IG10 2BQ
  • £15
  • All ages

Book


Old MacDonald &the three pigs plus

  • Thursday 9 August
  • 20am – 12.30pm
  • Jazz Archive Café, 1st floor, Loughton Library, Traps Hill, IG10 1HD
  • £6
  • All ages

Book


Royal gunpowder mills

  • Monday 13 August
  • 30am- 3pm
  • Royal gunpowder mills, Beaulieu drive, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1JY
  • £6 per child
  • £4 per adult
  • All ages

Soft play at Ashlyns farm

  • Tuesday 14 August
  • 30pm- 6.30pm
  • Ashlyns farm, Epping Road, North Weald, CM16 6RZ
  • £3 for under 5’s
  • £4.50 for 5+
  • All ages

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Inclusive cycle rides with trailnet

  • Thursday 16 August
  • 10am – 11.30am
  • 12pm- 1.30pm
  • Lee Valley White water centre, Station Road, Waltham Cross, EN9 1AM
  • £6
  • All ages

Book


Camping at Lambourne End

  • Wednesday 22 August
  • Drop off 10am
  • 1 night, pick up 2pm Thursday 23 August
  • £52
  • 2 nights, pick up 2pm Friday 24 August
  • £85
  • Ages 10+

Book


Book now

Our activities run from  July toAugust 2018 for children of all ages, abilities and interests.

Don’t wait for our activities to sell out – book now and keep your kids entertained this summer.

or call our telephone booking line 01992 564226 Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm.

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