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daysoff Guide to Essex - Villages page

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Some of the more famous and pretty villages


Arkesden - Pretty hamlet set around a green. Buildings of wood, plaster and thatch.

Battlesbridge - Attractive riverside village, famed today as a major antiques centre.

Bradwell On Sea - Unusual lock-up, marina and England’s oldest Saxon church.

Canewdon - Tales of witchcraft. Massive church tower, village cage and stocks.

Clavering - Remains of former castle. 14th C. church and thatched ‘Dolls House’.

Felsted - Delightful village with a well-known public school. Victorian brewery.

Finchingfield - Picture postcard village clustered around its green and duck pond.

Goldhanger - Farming/fishing hamlet. Village pumping, oyster beds and sea-wall walks.

Great Bardfield - Former market town with pargetted cottages and 19th C. lock-up.

Great Bentley - Reputedly the largest village green in England at 42 acres.

Great Waltham - Restored Guildhall with Tudor chimneys.

Greensted - Home to the oldest wooden church in the world, dating from 945AD.

Hempstead - Quiet village. Birthplace of highwayman Dick Turpin in 1705.

Kelvedon - Attractive village set beside the A12, now an antiques centre.

Leigh On Sea - Quaint ‘cockle’ fishing centre. Cobbled street and weather-boarded cottages.

Little Easton - Pargetted cottages, Tudor chimneys and superb 12th C. church.

Matching - Idyllic setting with church, pond, moated hall and 15th C. ‘Wedding Feast House’.

Manuden - Plastered and white-washed houses, some with pargetting.

Newport - Former market town, its main street lined with handsome houses. 15th C. barn.

Pleshey - Impressive remains of 12th C. castle including huge mound of 15th C. bridge.

Purleigh - The great grandfather of George Washington was rector here in the 17th C.

The Rodings - Eight pretty villages / hamlets set along the valley of the River Roding.

St.Osyth - Ancient village, with a 12th C. priory, complete with magnificent gatehouse.

Stock - Pretty village with weather-boarded houses.  -

Terling - Estate village, with pretty cottages, 15th C. manor house and church.

Tillingham - Propety of St. Paul’s Cathedral since c. 610 AD. Weather-boarded cottages.

Tollesbury - Former fishing centre. 19th C. sail lofts. Little square with lock-up.

Wendens Ambo - Colour-washed cottages, thatched and tiled. Large timber-framed barn.

West Mersea - Small resort and sailing centre, with attractive old fishing cottages.

Writtle - Village green and pond, with period buildings. Famous agricultural college


With thanks to The East of England Tourist Board

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