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Debden House Centre - Conference, Camping and Education

Debden House Centre, owned by the London Borough of Newham, is located in the heart of Epping Forest. The property was formally a farm but today provides high quality educational and leisure activities within the house and grounds.

Debden House Conference Centre provides premium facilities for meetings, conferences, exhibitions and education.

Debden House Campsite is over 50 acres and has attracted thousands of visitors since its opening in 1947. The campsite has 375 pitches available for hire including 60 pitches with electric hook-up.

With Debden House being located on the edge of Epping Forest it’s the perfect place to get close to nature and explore the forest and surrounding areas. Use the direct access from Debden House to Epping Forest to visit the deer sanctuary or stay closer to home and see the host of beautiful wildlife and domestic breed animals, including pigs, goats, guinea fowl, owls, rabbits and squirrels that Debden House has to offer.

The History

Located between the town of Loughton, the village of Theydon Bois and Epping Forest, Debden has been chronicled since Saxon times. The name Debden was derived from the Saxon word meaning 'Deep Valley'.

Debden Green and Debden Hall can be traced back to 1777 where they are shown on Chapman and Andre's Map of Essex...

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© Photo courtesy of Newham Heritage & Archives Service