The cinema was renamed the Century in 1953, and closed on, and has since been demolished and replaced by shops.
Special schools edit Oak View School Woodcroft School Independent schools edit Oaklands School (age 211) 28 Colleges edit Notable residents edit Notable people associated with Loughton (apart from those listed above) include: Dick Turpin (17051739 notorious highwayman, was familiar with Epping Forest (his butcher's shop."Inventors, authors and football manager on blue plaque list".Much of her 2014 novel The Girl Next Door is set in the Loughton of 1922 Poets associated with Loughton include Sarah Flower Adams (18051848 and Sarah Catherine Martin (c.Juggler Mark Robertson (19631992) lived at 'The Avenue' and had a highly successful career appearing at the London Palladium and on many TV shows.Epping Forest District Swimming Club.Several films have been set in the Loughton area, including the 2001 TV movie Hot Money, based on real events at Loughton's Bank of England printing works.38 Matt Johnson (born 1961 frontman of the band The The, spent part of his childhood in "The Crown" pub, run by his parents Eddie and Shirley in the 1970s and 1980s.1968 film actor from the silent movie era, lived at 20 Carroll Hill, Loughton, from 191734.The most important event in the ramblers calendar in the area is the traditional Epping Forest Centenary Walk, an all-day event commemorating the saving of Epping Forest as a public space, which takes place annually on the fourth Sunday in September.
The club was founded in 1906, making it Britain's oldest athletics club.
16 Artist John Strevens (19021990) lived at 8 Lower Park Road from 1963 until his death.
These were directed by Iris Lemare (19021997) and produced by Geoffrey Dunn (19031981 a prominent impresario, actor and cinematographer, and included several first British performances of operas.
The club was one of the first in the UK to de universiteit van essex 5 300 gain Sport sex contact van mens England's prestigious 'Clubmark' accreditation.
Loughton Town Council was established in 1996.
Lopping Hall served as Loughton's town hall and was the venue for most of the parish's social and especially musical - activities during the early 20th century.
Politics edit Main article: Politics of Loughton Loughton was an Urban District Council from 1900 to 1933, based at a newly-constructed Town Hall next to the Lopping Hall.Lady Mary Wroth (15861652 niece of poet Sir Philip Sidney, lived at Loughton Hall with her husband Sir Robert Wroth, and they turned the mansion into a centre of Jacobean literary life.The Loughton Railway 150 Years On: The Leyton-Woodford-Loughton Railway from Eastern Counties to Central Line.A plaque commemorating him is to be found in the wall of St John's Church at Church Lane.Music at the LMC is a series of concerts given by visiting artists in the winter months.The South Loughton Cricket Club was founded in 1938, and plays at the Roding Road Cricket Ground.