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- 14th July 2014News
Former Labour councillor Joan Davis died peacefully at 5.20am on Saturday (July 12).
Mrs Davis was only the second woman to hold the position of chairman, and the first non-Conservative, having been elected unanimously by her fellow councillors in May 1994. read more »
- 13th July 2014News
Epping Forest MP Eleanor Laing is “absolutely delighted” at the news that the joint sixth form bid by four Epping Forest schools has been approved by the Government. read more »
- 8th July 2014News and Photo
Epping Forest MP Eleanor Laing was among the guests at the Chigwell School Speech Day.
Mrs Laing said: “I am always delighted to attend this annual event and this year was delighted to be able to be there for the dedication on the memorial bench for Grace Boxall.”
Grace died last September a few days before her 16th birthday.
Several of her school friends are now trustees of the charity, Smiles with Grace, which has been set up as a lasting legacy for Grace who was a pupil at Chigwell. read more »
- 30th June 2014News and Photo
Epping Forest MP Eleanor Laing met two members of Epping Forest Youth Council when she attended the recent local election count at Theydon Bois Village Hall. read more »
- 21st June 2014News and Photo
Epping Forest MP Eleanor Laing has visited the High Beach tea hut in Epping Forest which is at the centre of a campaign regarding its lease. read more »
- 13th June 2014News and Photo
Epping Forest MP, Eleanor Laing said:
“I am shocked and very, very sad at the awful news that Cllr Penny Smith has died. It is tragic to lose someone so young and with so much to live for. Penny had a unique combination of political conviction; strength; sharp wit; wicked sense of humour; courage; devotion to duty; loyalty to friends; feminine style and happy good nature. She was well respected and very well liked. I will miss her as a political colleague but even more so as a friend.” read more »