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  • Under the Sea

    Dates: Jul 23, 2018 - Jul 23, 2018
    Discover some of the weird and wonderful creatures that live in the sea, before letting your creativity run wild in our arts & crafts session. Takes place 11.30am-12.30pm
    Valentines Mansion & Gardens

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  • The Time Machine

    Dates: Jul 23, 2018 - Jul 23, 2018
    Dyad Productions Can we change the future? Or has the end already begun?
    Brentwood Theatre

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  • Comedy Club 4 Kids

    Dates: Jul 23, 2018 - Jul 23, 2018
    A comedy club, right, but for kids. 6+ years
    Epping Forest District Museum

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  • happenstance

    Dates: Jun 29, 2018 - Aug 5, 2018
    This is an exhibition of work by a diverse group of contemporary artists who have come together to explore printmaking in the inspiring setting of Parndon Mill. They have been attending classes given by Tania Scott Durrant in her studio here, not only learning the various techniques of printmaking, but also forming bonds and being inspired by one another.
    Parndon Mill

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  • Summer of Science

    Dates: Jul 22, 2018 - Aug 29, 2018
    Blast Off this summer at the Royal Gunpowder Mills as Professor Nitrate and team bring out even bigger and better experiments during our Summer of Science as we open every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between July 22 and August 29. There’s an action packed summer in store as we bring fun and creativity to the forefront of our open days.
    Royal Gunpowder Mills, Waltham Abbey

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    Dates: Jun 30, 2018 - Aug 25, 2018
    This exhibition is a celebration of the estuary of the River Stour which forms, for most of its length, the border between Essex and Suffolk. The show is part of the River Stour Festival which is celebrating the whole length of the river, its culture, communities and surrounding landscape throughout 2018. The Boat House Gallery in Flatford and the Sea Pictures Gallery in Clare are focussing on the stretches of the river relevant to them but North House Gallery overlooks the estuary which is crucial to the light and atmosphere of the spaces inside, almost as important as the views, which change constantly with the time, tide and weather.
    North House Gallery

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