19 Epping is home to the first ever Clinton Cards shop which was opened in 1968.
Epping is served by Transport for London rail services, and is the eastern terminus of the Central line dating kvinder, Tyskland of the London Underground.3, in 2001 the parish had a population of 11,047 1 although this has increased marginally since then to 11,461 at the 2011 Census 2, epping has been twinned with the German town of, eppingen in north-west.The advent of the railways put an end to this traffic and the town declined, but it revived after the extension of a branch line from Loughton in 1865 and the coming of the motor car.About a thousand people live in the village of Coopersale which, while physically separated from Epping by forest land, is still part of the civil parish.Harlow and 11 miles (18 km) northwest.Archived from the original (PDF) on 17 February 2006.Residents point to the regular traffic congestion, lack of parking spaces (and those taken up by commuters from all over who use the railhead low water pressure and total lack of an NHS dentist as examples.These are served by the West Anglia Main Line and are operated by Abellio Greater Anglia.Education edit St kan sex på første date arbejde John's Church of England Voluntary Controlled School, the only secondary school in Epping, is now designated as a specialist Engineering College.The town is divided into two district council wards.
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Epping Forest and working farmland.
Epping Hemnall encompasses most of the town south-east of Epping High Street (B1393) including Ivy Chimneys, Fiddlers Hamlet and Coopersale.
Epping is a market town and civil parish in the, epping Forest district of the County of, essex, England.
A large tower was added in 1909.The station has a car park with 508 spaces (the second largest car park on the London Underground network 16 a toilet, a ticket machine, a pay phone as well as seats for sitting outside of the station to wait for buses.Perhaps the most prominent building in Epping these days is the District Council's office with its clock tower, designed to bring balance to the High Street with the old Gothic Revival water tower at the southern end, built in 1872, and St John's Church tower.King Henry III conveyed the right to hold a weekly market in Epping Street which helped to establish the town as a centre of trade and has continued to the present day (the sale of cattle in the High Street continued until 1961).Parish Profile: Epping information about Epping from the 2001 census (PDF file) Notes edit External links edit.Epping Town played in the Isthmian League until folding during the 198485 season.

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