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More details - Make Believe Chigwell
Make Believe Chigwell Launching Thurs 7th Feb 2019 5.30-8.30 Contact us to book your child’s free trial now ....Does your child love to #Sing #Act & #Dance? Are they aged 3-18? If this is you, book a FREE TRIAL now, or TAG a friend who may be interested.
Nuffield Health and Fitness Woolston Hall Abridge Rd Chigwell
Thu 29 Aug

More details - Summer Family Evening Bat Walk in Epping Forest
Age 5-11 years. Learn about flowers and plants in Epping Forest and what they need to survive. Play games and complete activities to improve understanding about how plants are helped by insects. Using inspiration from Andy Goldsworthy, make natural patterns inspired by plants and flowers. Families Age 7+.
FSC Epping Forest, Paul’s Nursery Road, High Beach, Loughton, Essex, IG10 4AF
Tue 27 Aug 19

More details - The Border
Theatre Centre, the UK’s leading producer and pioneer for thought provoking theatre in schools, is excited to tour the world premiere of The Border by Afsaneh Gray, winner of the 2018 Brian Way Award.
Redbridge Drama Centre
Thu 12 Sep 19

More details - Family activity: Tudor arts and crafts
Tudor arts and crafts. Aimed at 7–11 year olds. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Epping Forest Visitor Centre at Chingford, Rangers Road, Chingford
Tue 27 Aug

More details - Family art workshop: ‘Ways of Seeing’
See, sense and create: adults and children are invited to make their own mark inspired by the two paintings in our summer exhibition: Sir Jacob Epstein’s Epping Forest (1933) and Clare Woods’ Grim’s Ditch (2007). All art materials provided for families to make art together.
Epping Forest Visitor Centre at Chingford, Rangers Road, Chingford
Wed 28 Aug

More details - Family activity: Mini beast hunt and pond dipping
Mini beast hunt and pond dipping. Aimed at 7–11 year olds. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Connaught Water Car Park, Rangers Road, Chingford
Fri 30 Aug

More details - Tip Top Table Top Sale
Table Top Sale. There may be tables left, please ring Rev Roger Gayler on 01992 815838
Abridge Village Hall, Abridge
Sat 7 Sep 19

More details - Lunchtime Organ Concert
Short recital by John Rippin, Organist Emeritus of Chingford Parish Church
Chingford Parish Church, The Green, Chingford
Wed 28 Aug 19

More details - Miniature Steam & Electric Train Rides in Chingford. E4 6XU.
Every Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday afternoon from 2pm to 5:30pm during the summer (April until October 2019) train rides cost £1 or £1.50 depending on train track. During the summer holidays in August, rides are also available on Wednesday afternoons 2pm - 4pm.
Ridgeway Park, Peel Close, off Old Church Road, Chingford. (Near the Green Man pub Chingford)
Sun 25 Aug, Mon 26 Aug, Sun 1 Sep, Sun 8 Sep, Sun 15 Sep, Sun 22 Sep, Sun 29 Sep, Sun 6 Oct

More details - Miniature Steam & Electric Train Rides in August @ Chingford E4 6XU
Miniature Steam & Electric Train Rides in Chingford. E4 6XU. During the summer holidays in August, rides are on Wednesday afternoons 2pm - 4pm and every Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday afternoon from 2pm to 5:30pm from April until October 2019. Train rides cost £1 or £1.
Ridgeway Park, Peel Close, off Old Church Road, Chingford. (Near the Green Man pub Chingford)
Mon 26 Aug, Wed 28 Aug

More details - Family play box activity: The Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley children
Catherine (1789–1825) and William (1788–1857) bequeathed their children a very, very long surname and a ruined estate. But before all went to rack and ruin in the 1820s, what Regency toys might their three children have been bought?
The Temple, Wanstead Park
Today to Mon 26 Aug

More details - Open Air Theatre – Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves performed by Illyria
Young Ali Baba stumbles across an enchanted cave when he overhears the magic words that open it: “Open Sesame!”. Inside the cave he finds untold amounts of gold and jewels, and takes some of it home to show his wife. But what will he do when she chides him for stealing? Can he keep the secret from his jealous brother?
The Temple Enclosure, Wanstead Park
Wed 28 Aug 19

More details - Family play box activity: A Victorian Keeper’s son
Robert Puffett (1852–1916) was employed as a Keeper at Wanstead Park from 1882. His son Robert was born in 1873. What new and ‘modern’ toys might the young Robert have played with when Victoria was Queen and Empress?
The Temple, Wanstead Park
Sat 31 Aug 19 and Sun 1 Sep

More details - Southpaw Dance Company presents Icarus
Icarus is the brand new outdoor work from Southpaw Dance Company. Featuring an impressively mythic set of wings, with blistering lifting and contact work alongside Southpaw’s distinctive mix of intense physicality and narrative, Icarus is a dance theatre interpretation of the classic Greek myth.
Ilford Town Centre Ilford
Sat 31 Aug 19

More details - Pop Up Vintage Fairs London at the Walthamstow Assembly Hall
50+ stalls selling vintage fashion, homeware, antiques, collectables plus live music, tea room & licensed bar
Walthamstow Assembly Hall
Sat 21 Sep, Sat 9 Nov

More details - Make Believe Leytonstone
Does your child love to #Sing #Act & #Dance? Are they aged 3-18? If this is you, book a FREE TRIAL now, or TAG a friend who may be interested. Call us on: 020 8550 1888 or alternatively email us on: leytonstone@makebelievegroup.co.uk to book your free trial.
Leytonstone School Colworth Rd
Sun 25 Aug

More details - Live Steam Open Day (Ride on Railway)
Ilford & West Essex Model Railway Club is holding it’s usual monthly open day. This open day has train rides (usually steam) for all the family. The train rides will be on our 7¼ inch outside railway for 70p a ride (£4 all day pass) and refreshments available. Children positively encouraged.
Adjacent to North Side of Chadwell Heath Station, Station Road, Chadwell Heath, Essex
Sun 1 Sep 19

New theatre studies class:  Alan Bennett & Lee Hall, class & culture More details - New theatre studies class:  Alan Bennett & Lee Hall, class & culture
Read/discuss/workshop two plays about class and culture: Alan Bennett’s The Habit of Art and Lee Hall’s The Pitmen Painters. Why do we like going to the theatre?? We’ll explore the theatrical themes and devices used. All welcome, no previous knowledge needed.
Greenleaf Centre, 67-69 Greenleaf Road, Walthamstow
Tue 17 Sep 19
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More details - Waste Less, Lunch Free - Waltham Forest
Help us tackle the issue of food by coming along to our food waste prevention event in Walthamstow Town Square on Thursday 29th August. Learn some great tricks that could save you £££s on your food bill. There’ll be plenty of free food samples as well to try!
Walthamstow Town Square, High St, Walthamstow
Thu 29 Aug 19

More details - 18 Pettits Boulevard - Open Garden for NGS
The garden is 80ft x 23ft on three levels with an ornamental pond, patio area with shrubs and perennials, many in pots. Large eucalyptus tree leads to a woodland themed area with many ferns and hostas. There are agricultural implements and garden ornaments giving a unique and quirky feel to the garden.
18 Pettits Boulevard, Romford
Sat 14 Sep 19 and Sun 15 Sep

More details - Waltham Abbey Group Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
Come and visit our four gardens in the historic town of Waltham Abbey. Silver Birches Lawns are surrounded by mixed borders with mature shrubs and trees. The pond is covered in water lilies and is home to much wildlife. Take a short stroll in the hidden woodland walk before enjoying tea and homemade cake.
Waltham Abbey Group Gardens, Waltham Abbey
Sun 1 Sep 19

More details - IWA Festival of Water 2019
If you are looking for something fun to do with the family this August Bank Holiday weekend (24-26 August), look no further than The Inland Waterways Association (IWA) Festival of Water at Lee Valley Park in Waltham Abbey, just on the outskirts of North East London.
Lee Valley Showground, Highbridge St, Waltham Abbey
Today to Mon 26 Aug

More details - Long House Plants - Open Garden for NGS
A beautiful garden - yes, but one with a purpose. Long House Plants has been producing home grown plants for more than 10 years - here is a chance to see where it all begins! With wide paths and plenty of seats carefully placed to enjoy the plants and views.
Long House Plants, Romford
Wed 11 Sep

More details - Summer Holidays at the ArcelorMittal Orbit
For a family adventure like no other, head over to the ArcelorMittal Orbit! See the capital like never before with breathtaking Skyline Views. Daredevils can make their descent in style by taking the challenge of riding the world’s longest tunnel Slide!
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, 5 Thornton Street, London
Today to Tue 3 Sep

More details - High in the Sky with She's Lost Control
The Stratford is delighted to bring back its successful astrology get-together, hosted by astrologer Jill Urwin, where guests will learn how to harness the new moon energies and plant seeds for the future through sound with crystal alchemy bowls, against the backdrop of the London skyline at night.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, 20 International Way
Thu 29 Aug 19

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