Lee Valley Regional Park The Lee Valley Regional Park Authority (the Authority) is a statutory body responsible for managing and developing the 26 mile long, 10,000 acre linear Lee Valley Regional Park
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About My Area Community website to inform local residents in the EN9 region about what is going on.
Epping Forest District Museum Based in historic Waltham Abbey, the Museum tells the story of the people who have lived and worked in this part of south Essex from the earliest inhabitants to the present.
The Abbey Church You will discover a very vibrant parish that tries to respond to the needs of others and to be of service to the local community.
Royal Gunpowder Mills Established in the 17th century and acquired by the Crown in 1787 the 170 acres of natural parkland boasts 20 buildings of major historic importance. The site mixes secret history, exciting science and beautiful surroundings to produce a magical day out.
Copped Hall Copped Hall is a fine Georgian mansion that is currently under restoration. It is superbly sited on a ridge overlooking its landscaped parkland.
King Harold Day King Harold Day has now become an established part of the town’s annual calendar, being held on the nearest Saturday to the anniversary of the last Saxon King of England’s death at the Battle of Hastings on 14th October 1066.