The ‘What’s on in Epping Forest for October to December 2022’ brochure is now available.
Something for everyone
The brochure has details of all activities, events, workshops, exhibitions and classes from the Community, Culture and Wellbeing (CCW) team at Epping Forest District Council.
Activities span venues across the district, with something happening daily. Look after your mind and body with the wellbeing programme by participating in the strength and balance or walking football sessions.
Join the seasonal workshops for adults; get creative with wreath making, pumpkin carving, and bath bomb making, or join the Ongar puzzle club. There are spooktacular Halloween half term activities on offer including play in the forest and Anubis mask making.
Come along to the new series of talks inspired by Animal Mummies: Uncovered at Epping Forest District Museum.
Alongside the activity programme, the brochure’s full of extras, like the new autumn garden programme, volunteering opportunities and award schemes for young people.
Get the brochure
Pick up a hard copy of the brochure from Friday 21 October at:
- Epping Forest District Council Civic Offices, 323 High Street, Epping, CM16 4BZ
- Epping Forest District Museum, 39-41 Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, EN9 1EL
It’s advisable to book early on any activity to ensure your place.
- Book online
- Call 01992 564226 – from Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm
Follow the CCW team on social media to be up to date with everything going on this autumn:
Twitter and Instagram
Sign up to the family mailing list and be among the first to hear when future bookings go live.
Epping Forest Inclusion Project
The Epping Forest Inclusion Project supports children and young people aged 3 to 25-years-old with a learning difficulty or disability through sport and leisure activities.
This project offers both term time activities as well as a school holiday programme and works alongside many providers in Essex to provide specialist support and fun activities all year round.
If you’d like to know more about the Epping Forest Inclusion Project, contact Will Fordham:
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