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Record number at unveiling and autumn lunch

by admin on November 16th, 2015

Hills Amenity Society’s own unveiling of the plaque at the top of York
Hill commemorating the society’s 40th anniversary took place on Sunday 15 November and drew a record crowd for the Autumn Lunch which followed at the Gardeners’ Ams.

Mayor Judy Jennings was there with a few kind words of Congratulations to all those who had worked to achieve the p;aqua and the sprucing up of the York Hill Green which accompanied the two ceremonies, the first organised by the Town Council on the previous Thursday and the second exclusively by Hills Amenity Society for local residents and members of the Society.

Hills Committee chairman Stephen Cohen welcomed the gathering before asking the Mayor to say a few words.  He then invited all present to join the Hills Committee for lunch during which he presented John and Mary Lowe of 22 Baldwins Hill with the shield for the best front garden in 2015. He said the trophy is awarded to bring focus to the importance of well-maintained front gardens to the general appearance of the Hills Conservation Areas.


Our pictures show Loughton Town Mayor, Judy Jennings with designer of the plaque, Daniel Wallis with committee member Peter Wynn looking on; John and Mary Lowe of 22 Baldwins Hill with Hills Chairman Stephen Cohen; and(top) lunch in the Gardeners Arms.



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