Epping, c1910.

The newly-erected tower of St John’s with its clean cut stone masonry dominates the view over the town.

It stands 96ft high and is fitted with eight bells in an oak frame.

When first installed, the clock rang out the Westminster chimes every quarter of an hour.

Epping Forest Guardian: A view of how Epping looks today.A view of how Epping looks today. (Image: Gary Stone)

Today St John’s has a thriving church community.

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