Epping


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Epping

a town in E England, in Essex, on the edge of Epping Forest: a residential centre for London. Pop.: 9889 (2001)
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During an Annual Meeting session on the health benefits of dog walking, Epping said the body of knowledge around dog walking is "relatively young.
The rain arrived for the trip to Epping Forest where Julie Emmerson, Matt Elkington and Emma Kettley all posted class victories.
TONY SOLTANI: A week after making headlines by charging that Speaker Bill O'Brien is purposely not accommodating his disabilities, the Republican state rep from Epping is arrested after, he says, he tried to help a police officer stop a fleeing vehicle.
Epping Forest District Council, for example, continually strives to improve the accessibility and experience of all visitors to the Councils website, ensuring Government compliance.
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology's PhD candidate Divya Sharma said: " I have travelled in the Epping line, one of the safest stretches.
She said Barker and Owen, 37, took her with them to camp in Epping Forest in the days following 17-month-old Baby Peter's death.
Flat profit: Laing, centre, celebrates retaining her Epping seat with husband Alan, far right,
Tweed, 21, whose reality TV star wife died from cancer last month, was found guilty of attacking Stephen Wilkins in Epping, Essex, last May following a trial at Epping Magistrates' Court last month.
Tweed, 21, from Buckhurst Hill, Essex, was locked up yesterday for assaulting Stephen Wilkins following a night out in nearby Epping last May.
It was alleged the incident happened at a house in Theydon Bois, near Epping, Essex.
It was alleged the incident happened at a house in They don Bois, near Epping, Essex.
In a third contest at Epping Forest District, Essex, the BNP narrowly defended a seat at Loughton Alder-ton against a challenge from a residents' candidate.