In his youth, Francis Brodie enjoyed making clocks out of Meccano and fell into horology as a career after a spell of unemployment. After training at Hackney College, he worked for a number of museums including The Museum of London.


He began teaching Clock Repair classes after filling in for an unwell friend, and has been teaching now for over 25 years. He joined Loughton College a decade ago and was teaching the BHI Course, specialising in the Theory elements. He became the first tutor at EFHC when it was founded, and has helped to develop the Clockmaking section.

When not teaching he works to maintain and preserve a range of private and public Clock Collections.


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Lalit Morjaria has been a watchmaker for 35 years, and has worked at companies such as Eternamatic, Bulova, Omega and Rolex, and is currently an independent. He followed his father into the trade and was trained in Switzerland.


He has been teaching at EFHC for a number of years, and particularly enjoys watching novices become more skilled.Lalit has organised a Club trip to Switzerland which include training at the Ronda factory as well as visits to some top flight Watch Houses.His favourite watch brands are Piaget, Vacheron Constantin, and IWC.




David Rawlings  joined the Centre in February 2016. David completed an apprenticeship in clock making and repair and has been involved in the clock trade for over 50 years.  For some years he was a tutor at Hackney College and still repairs clocks. His special interest is in antique clocks.






Jeremy Barley first had an interest in clocks and watches when a boy taking his first watch to pieces when it stopped. His interest remained but was not pursued until later in life. Wanting to know more and even more importantly how to properly see how watches and clocks worked he joined the then Epping Forest Horology Club

After attending both watch and clock classes he took the British Horological Institute’s distance learning course and thence became a member of the Institute. He has worked in a clock repairing workshop repairing a wide range of customer’s clocks with a particular interest in repeating carriage clocks and electric clocks.

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