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KATIES JUMPING FLEAS
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OLD TIME SING ALONG
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ANNUAL SUMMER OUTING
PEARLY KING AND QUEEN
ANNUAL GOLF DAY
BRICKENDON GRANGE G.C
FROM GUYS AND DOLLS
DENNIS ONE MAN STAND
SALVATION ARMY CAROLS
BROXBOURNE COMMUNITY CHOIR
News and Updates
3rd December 2016
Today we achieved our 50th page like on Facebook and our 140th follow on Twitter -Thanks everyone lets keep sharing!
2nd March 2017
Wishing Peter Hayden a wonderful 90th birthday with his wife Joy at our February get together. Everyone love chocolate cake and candles! Happy Birthday Peter x
20th March 2017
14th April 2017
The Lynmore Singers entertaining us at our April get together on 10th April. We always look forward to welcoming back these lovely singers.
U3A Singers entertaining us all at our meeting last night. Always great to listen to some wonderful singing
25th August 2017
With the sun shining and a total of 10 teams taking part in our 11th annual golf day this year, their generosity means we raised a total of £1220! Heres hoping its as much fun next year.
9th April 2018
It is with great sadness that we pass on the news of the loss of our dear friend Annie Vincent. Annie was a huge support for us over the years and regularly made cakes cookies and pies for our cake stalls at various fairs to help raise much needed funds for the club. She was always there with a ready smile and willing hands. The funeral will be held at Greenacres, North Weald on Thursday 19th April at 11am. We hope you all have the chance to come and say goodnight x
FUNERAL DETAILS FOR ANNIE
GreenAcres Epping Forest is easily accessible, the park is located just outside North Weald Bassett, close to the M11.
Approaching the park from the M11 – exit at junction 7 and take the A414 (Canes Lane), following the signs to North Weald Bassett. At the junction with the B181 (High Road) turn right and continue to North Weald Bassett where you will find Kiln Road second on your left after the Kings Head public house. The entrance to the Park is under the railway bridge on the right hand side of the road.
Approaching the park from the Chelmsford area – take the A414 signposted Harlow. Continue on through Ongar until you reach the Talbot roundabout, junction with the B181 signposted North Weald. Turn left onto the B181, through the village. After passing the Kings Head public house on your left, cross the mini roundabout and Kiln Road is the next turning on the left. The entrance to the Park is under the railway bridge on the right hand side of the road.
Approaching the park from Epping – at the north end of the town, turn right at St. Margaret’s traffic lights onto the B181 (signposted North Weald). Continue to North Weald, passing the golf course on your right. As you approach the mini roundabout, take the right hand turn just beforehand into Kiln Road. The entrance to the Park is under the railway bridge on the right hand side of the road.
Public Transport – The park is easily accessible by public transport. The nearest tube station is Epping, which is located at the end of the central line.
There is a taxi rank outside the station, or alternatively buses run every 30 minutes and will take you from the station and into North Weald. You will need to get on the bus heading to Brentwood or sign posted Ongar 2 Brewers. Do not get on the bus signposted to Harlow. Epping station is approximately 3 miles from the Park.
The bus timetable can be sourced from www.harlowride.co.uk. Please check the Harlow Ride website before beginning your journey as GreenAcres Epping Forest cannot be held responsible for changes in the bus times.
Please be aware that the park has a long driveway of approximately 600 metres.
Parking & Visitor Access – There is ample space for car parking at GreenAcres Epping Forest, as well as parking for coaches, bikes and motorcycles. Disabled parking spaces are available near the buildings. All buildings have disabled access and facilities and there are electric buggies available to transport visitors with restricted mobility around the woodland.