The Loughton Festival 2016 - 2016 Loughton Festival
The Loughton Festival 2016 - Heritage, Literature, Arts & Culture
Loughton Festival 2016

Please note, this is a working draft and we will add new events to this page as soon as they are agreed. You can keep up to date with all the news on our Loughton Festival facebook page. 

If you want to suggest any other events, why not get in touch now?

Photo courtesy of R.A.C. Martin

Confirmed events

Sunday 1 May, Loughton Farmers' Market stall, outside Robert Dyas. Come along and pick up your programme. 

Monday 2 May (Bank Holiday)   2nd May 12-5pm. Chigwell Fete, organised by Rotary club of Loughton, Buckhurst Hill & Chigwell and Rotary club of Roding

*** If you have any other Bank Holiday events, please let us know. 
please let me know and we may be able to include your event in our programme. All we ask is that you raise some money for our charity, which is the Chigwell Disabled Group, meeting in Loughton. 

                          PICTURING LOUGHTON

Saturday 7 May, 10am Loughton Library, Art Workshop and Art Competitions for 3 - 7 year olds. Free, all materials provided, donations to the Chigwell Disabled Group welcome! 

Saturday 7 May 2pm to 6pm Drop-in Sketching
 event in Loughton, based at Lopping Hall


Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 May,
Classic bike festival

Saturday 14 May,
Animal Fair 

Saturday 14 May, 7.00pm  High Beach Church Concert at the Church of the Holy Innocents.  Tickets £10.00 each including light buffet, glass wine/soft drink.

Wednesday 18 May 6pm - 10pm  Kings Oak High Beach. Business Networking Event, but everyone is welcome.  2 Art Auctions, networking, for Haven House Children's Hospice.  We would appreciate it if you could please book ahead of the event to help with catering.  £15  

Saturday 28 May, Charity Football Match for the Chigwell Disabled Group. 

Six-Week talk series at Loughton Library 

Led by Anne-Marie Craven

Further details will be added to this page later in the year.

28 April Worshipping God – London churches before and after Wren
5 May Legal and illegal London: the Inns of Court 
19 May Public art: from the Victorian age to today 
26 May 21st Century Architecture
2 June A bit further North to Hampstead
9 June Down the hill to St John’s Wood and Primrose Hill

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