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Wickford essex local newspaper


wickford essex local newspaper

26 Karate - The Loughton Karate Club meets at The Lopping Hall or the Loughton Club Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays 27 Transport edit Junction 5 (south) of the M11 motorway linking Cambridge to London is accessed at Loughton's eastern boundary.
The chief clans concerned in the settlement were the Tilling, Hailing, Denning, Thurring, Benning, Billing, Homing, Manning, Totting, Bucking and Dunning, being the same as those engaged in the settlement of East Anglia.There being no fresh water on it, they drive the cattle to what are called the uplands.The best dairies are built on the north side of the farm-houses, calculated to be always cool; and are furnished with square troughs, lined with lead, sufficient to hold nine or ten gallons of milk, which is seldom suffered to be more than five.Hesba Stretton was the pen name of Sarah Smith; her novels about the street children of Victorian London raised awareness of their plight.Some workhouses had additional staff.Anthony Trollope (18151882) who lived for some time at nearby Waltham Cross, set part of his novel Phineas Finn (1869 which parodies corrupt electoral procedures, in a fictitious Loughton.Golf - Loughton Golf Club owns a 9-hole course in Clays Lane.Debden station was named "Chigwell Lane" from 18 (though for a few months in 1856 it was "Chigwell Road.Howlett observes, that on many of the Essex farms, consisting of small ones thrown together, the farmers own dwelling is frequently ill situated for his whole farm; many too are old mansions, frequently large and expensive.The County Courts (which are in Circuits 35 and 38) are held at Saffron Walden, Braintree, Brentwood, Chelmsford, Colchester, Dunmow, Grays, Thurrock, Halstead, Harwich, Maldon, Romford, Southend and Waltham Abbey.The Essex Record Office contains a number of records from most of the Union Workhouses.No,.-North Eastern or Harwich division comprises the sessional divisions of Lexdeni and Winstree (except so much as is comprised in division.
Lincoln, Leicester, South Down, and every breed of polled sheep are preferred to those of the horned kind; but in different parts of the county all kinds of crosses have been introduced.




Chingford, Waltham Abbey, Theydon Bois, Chigwell and, buckhurst Hill.From here, on a clear day, there is a panoramic view of London landmarks and the North Downs beyond.Shenfield and Ingatestone provide long distance trains to Colchester, Ipswich and other long distance destinations.By Rail and Road: The Poster Art of Walter E Spradbury.Colchester, October 20, for cattle.; Market day, for corn cattle, Saturday.13 Roding Players is an amateur orchestra which rehearses at Roding Valley High School and gives three concerts a year in the Epping Forest area; composer Miles Harwood is Musical Director.At the time of the Norman conquest, ninety landowners of this county were deprived of their estates, which were transferred to the Norman barons.Harlow Ballet, which stages full-scale amateur ballet productions at Harlow Playhouse, also recruits in the area.30 Everard Calthrop (18571927 railway engineer and parachute pioneer, lived at 'Goldings' from the early 1900s onwards.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.





At Dunton there were not houses to cover the inhabitants, in that miserably peopled place.

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