Stories of the week

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Bradley Melton, who runs the business in Hill Wood, High Beech, has been told by the City of London Corporation that the lease will be put up for offer when it expires in December. Bradley Melton, who runs the business in Hill Wood, High Beech, has been told by the City of London Corporation that the lease will be put up for offer when it expires in December.

The Epping Forest Guardian looks back at the biggest stories of the week.

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Story one

Police have arrested a man and a woman in connection with a large scale ticket fraud involving events including a Beyonce concert

Story two

A mother who turned family tragedy into determination to help others has been included on the Queen's Birthday Honours List.

Avril Mills, 55, from Epping, learned five weeks ago that she will receive the British Empire Medal.

Story three

A man whose family has run the same tea hut for more than 80 years has spoken of his shock after it was offered out to tender.

Bradley Melton, who runs the business in Hill Wood, High Beech, has been told by the City of London Corporation that the lease will be put up for offer when it expires in December.

Story four

A new chairman has been appointed at Epping Forest District Council.

Cllr Tony Boyce has taken over from Mary Sartin after being elected at a full council meeting last week.

Story five

A landlady has been allowed to keep her job despite 500 counterfeit DVDs being found in a makeshift shop set-up in a back room of her pub.

The licensing sub-committee at Epping Forest District Council considered the fate of Karen McPhillips of the Sun Inn, Waltham Abbey.

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