All Saints' Church, Epping Upland
|Epping Upland shown within Essex|
|Population||831 (2011 Census)|
|OS grid reference|
|• London||15 mi (24 km) SSW|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Ambulance||East of England|
|EU Parliament||East of England|
Epping Upland parish church is dedicated to All Saints, with the Epping Upland ecclesiastical parish part of the Diocese of Chelmsford. The church dates to the 13th century and is Grade II* listed.
Until the Dissolution of the Monasteries, All Saints was under the jurisdiction of Waltham Abbey. In the first half of the 19th century part of today's town of Epping was within the civil parish of Epping Upland and was part of the ecclesiastical parish centred on All Saints'. The south-eastern urban and market part of Epping Upland joined the hamlet of Epping Street to become the town of Epping. In 1831 the village of Epping Upland had a population of 427 within 83 houses. At the time, eighty percent of the village population, and forty percent of the parish, were employed in agriculture.
Among further listed Epping Upland village buildings is Takeleys, a Grade II timber framed house, as part of a moated site, which dates to the 16th century (Pevsner: early 17th), with 18th-century alterations. It contains an "elaborately carved" chimney piece and, in an upper room, 17th-century brown and black wall paintings in floral style on plasterwork.
The local primary school is Epping Upland C of E Primary School.
Epping Upland civil parish stretches from the southern outskirts of Harlow at the north to below the M25 motorway at the south, a distance of approximately 5 miles (8 km), and a distance of 3 miles west from Thornwood Common at the east. The village of Epping Green and the hamlet of Rye Hill are situated just inside the northern edge of the civil parish.
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