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The first Loughton Horticultural Show took place in Murray Hall in Borders Lane - East London and West Essex Guardian Series


East London and West Essex Guardian Series

The first Loughton Horticultural Show took place in Murray Hall in Borders Lane
East London and West Essex Guardian Series
Brian Smith from the Loughton Potato Ground and Theresa Witham from the Willingale Road Allotments received site winner awards. Keith Thornhill, from the Loughton Potato Ground, and Louis Le Grange, from Willingale Road Allotments also received Best ...

Willingale CC earn back-to-back wins in Herts & Essex League - East London and West Essex Guardian Series


East London and West Essex Guardian Series

Willingale CC earn back-to-back wins in Herts & Essex League
East London and West Essex Guardian Series
Willingale CC earn back-to-back wins in Herts & Essex League. By Bradley Hayden. Willingale Cricket Club got their season back on track, as they secured back-to-back wins. Willingale Cricket Club's season is back on track, as they picked up back-to ...

North Weald Airfeld will host 100 year RAF anniversary celebrations - East London and West Essex Guardian Series


East London and West Essex Guardian Series

North Weald Airfeld will host 100 year RAF anniversary celebrations
East London and West Essex Guardian Series
Apart from North Weald, the RAF had airfields at Stapleford Abbotts and Willingale. Blake Hall was a centre of operations and the Balloon Site at RAF Chigwell was an intelligence centre as well as providing the barrage balloons that helped to protect ...

The Thomas Willingale School and Nursery sang with nearly 8000 other pupils - Epping Forest Guardian


Epping Forest Guardian

The Thomas Willingale School and Nursery sang with nearly 8000 other pupils
Epping Forest Guardian
PRIMARY children from Loughton performed as part of the biggest school choir in the world at the O2. Forty pupils from Thomas Willingale School and Nursery joined 7,850 other singers on Tuesday night as part of the Young Voice concert. Music teacher ...

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