Loughton is a mid-sized community located in the southern English county of Essex. Close to the renowned ancient woodland of Epping Forest, this is a tight-knit community that benefits from close proximity to the national capital of London.
Epping Forest is a woodland northeast of central London and close to the town of Loughton. With hundreds of years of history and mystery, this woodland is one of the most famous anywhere in England. At over 4,000 acres, the rivers, ponds and trails here draw day-trippers from across London, Essex and beyond.
Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge is a grade II listed building constructed on the orders of Henry VIII. Sitting on the edges of Epping Forest, it is a three-storey lodge open to the public that receives many visitors who combine this building with a trip to Epping Forest.
Throughout the area, from Debden Green to High Beach, Floom’s flower delivery in Loughton covers the whole town.