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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Jack Tweed, 21, of Buckhurst Hill, Essex, was found guilty of attacking Stephen Wilkins in Epping, Essex, last May following a trial at Epping Magistrates' Court.
Epping's most notable sibling is a three-parts brother, Self Defense, who has combined a high-class Flat career over a mile and a half with success over hurdles.
The ruling relates to the case of Jason Antosz, a volunteer firefighter with the Epping Fire Department, who was barred from suing a property owner after slipping on an icy driveway in 2008 while responding to a water heater fire.
Magistrates in Epping were told that 21-year-old Tweed, of Buckhurst Hill, Essex, grabbed the driver round the neck and threatened to stab him after refusing to pay the 50 pound cab fare upfront, reports the Daily Star.
Prosecutors told magistrates in Epping, Essex, that Jack Tweed, 21, of Essex, lost his temper after leaving a club in Epping.
"Detectives arrested a 59 year-old man from the Epping area on suspicion of committing sexual touching.
Joseph Church, Epping, a former member of the Knights of Columbus Council in Peterborough.
The body of Patricia "Patsy" Parsons, 42, was found in her car in Epping Forest, Essex, in June 1990.
Eugene opened the eighth inning down 4-3, but Jesus Lopez led off with a single to right, moved to second base on a wild pitch by Dust Devils reliever Sean Jarrett (3-1) and took third on a single by Mike Epping.
The final home for sale is the five bedroom Epping which is priced at pounds 485,500 and has been turned into the showhome following the outstanding success since the turn of the New Year.
Birmingham and London law firm Martineau Johnson has won a competitive tender to provide legal advice to Epping Forest College, one of the leading Further Education Colleges in the London area.
Rod Stewart may have dined in some of the world's finest restaurants, but his destination at the weekend was the more modest McDonald's near his home in Epping, Essex.