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Quiet, unspoilt riverside town known as the 'Cowes of the East Coast', the attractive quayside is full of old-world charm with listed buildings, boat-building yards and sailing clubs. Annual regatta and sea-wall walks. Burnham-on-Crouch is a historic town situated on the banks of the River Crouch in the East Coast of England.
Best known as a yachting centre hosting the internationally famous ' Burnham Week' it also boasts many other attractions including Mangapps Railway Museum
Whilst in Burnham-on-Crouch why not take the Burnham Ferry to explore Wallasea Island? http://www.visitessex.com/discover/maritime/wallasea-island.aspx
Burnham Ferry is the sole authorised ferry between Essex Marina, Wallasea Island and Burnham-on-Crouch Town Quay (opposite the Anchor Pub). Under new management 2013 and running 6 days per week (excluding Wednesdays) between end of March and end of September.
Contact details : Dial-a-ferry 07704 06 04 82 , www.burnhamferry.co.uk
Town Centre, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex, CM0 8
|Sat 22 - Sun 30 Jun 2013||Burnham Art Trail|
|Sat 24 - Sat 31 Aug 2013||Burnham Week|
|Sat 28 Sep 2013||Burnham Illuminated Carnival Procession|