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    Station Road, SOUTHMINSTER, Essex, CM0 7EW

    SOUTHMINSTER

    Situated on the Dengie peninsula, Southminster is a town in the Maldon District and is close to Burnham-on-Crouch. The town has a library, several public houses, a primary school,  brewery, holiday park and a train station. St. Leonards' Chruch in…

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    Essex

    Heybridge is adjacent to Maldon, near the River Blackwater and was mentioned in the Domesday book of 1086. It is often overshadowed by its historic neighbour, and one could mistakenly think it to be the same town, as the two have merged with one…

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  3. Address

    Essex

    Located approximately three miles from Maldon, Woodham Mortimar is a small village in the Dengie Peninsula. The village features the Hurdlemakers Arms, a golf driving range, with a pitch and putt course, a village hall and St. Margaret's Church,…

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    CM3 1AA

    The name Althorne derives from the Old English (place at) the burnt thorn-tree. Althorne is on the Dengie Peninsula and is linked to London via a train station on the outskirts of the town.

    Two Vineyards Clayhill Vineyard and Crouch Ridge…

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  5. Address

    Essex, CM0 7QJ

    Bradwell-on-Sea is a village and civil parish in Essex, England. The village is on the Dengie peninsula. It is located about 9 km north-northeast of Southminster and is 30 km east from the county town of Chelmsford.

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    Essex

    Stow Maries is a small village in the Maldon District and in the Dengie Peninsula. The village is largely known due to Stow Maries Aerodrome - thought to be the only surviving World War One aerodrome in the world. The aerodrome regularly holds…

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    St Nicholas Church, Tillingham, Southminster, Essex

    Southminster

    Based in the Maldon district, Tillingham is a small village in the Dengie Peninsula and is approximately eight miles from Burnham-on-Crouch and three miles from Bradwell-on-Sea. It is also close to the River Crouch and the River Blackwater. The…

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  8. Address

    Essex

    Ulting is a small village located in the remote countryside of the county of Essex, England. It shares its borders with Langford and Nounsley, and is part of Maldon.

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    Wickham Bishops, WITHAM, Essex, CM8 3JJ

    WITHAM

    Wickham Bishops is a village and civil parish in the Maldon district. Situated between Maldon and Witham, Wickham Bishops was first mentioned in the Doomsday Book in 1086. The name 'Wickham' means 'dwelling place with a dairy farm' while 'Bishops'…

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    Essex

    Latchingdon is a village in the Dengie Peninsula and mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086. The village features a garage, a primary school, The Red Lion Inn, a village hall, a motel, a bowls club and St. Michael's Church which was built in 1618.…

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    Purleigh, Essex

    Purleigh

    Purleigh is a village in the Dengie peninsula and within the District of Maldon. The area is close to the River Crouch and is renowned for its climate which is one of the reasons vineyards have been located in the area for several hundred years.

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    Essex

    Little Totham is a village in Essex and takes in the extensive common and heath-land of Tiptree down to the River Blackwater. Located approximately six miles from Maldon and five miles from Titptree, Little Totham has a popular pub, The Swan, and…

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    Essex

    Situated on the Blackwater estuary and approximately 12 miles from Colchester, Tolleshunt D'Arcy is a village within the District of Maldon that has a rich history.

    Tolleshunt - the name of which originates from the Anglo Saxon to mean 'Toll's…

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    Essex

    Great Braxted is a village between Great Totham, Little Braxted and Tiptree. Local attractions include, Braxted Park, which features All Saints Chruch within its 2,000 acre grounds while the St. Nicolas and St. Mary's Chapel in Little Braxted is one…

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    Essex

    St. Lawrence is a parish in the Maldon district and is in the Dengie peninsula. Situated on the Blackwater estuary, St. Lawrence is close to the towns of Southminster and Burnham-on-Crouch. St.Lawrence has a single access road while the village…

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    Essex

    Situated on the banks of the River Crouch, North Fambridge is a village in the Dengie peninsula and first featured in the Doomsday book as 'Fanbruge'. Located in the Maldon District, North Fambridge is close to South Woodham Ferrers and…

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    Essex

    The village of Langford lies a few miles to the north west of the picturesque market town of Maldon. The village features the Langford Museum of Power, a guest house and St. Giles' Church. The village has plenty of walks due to its close location to…

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  18. Address

    Essex

    Situated in the heart of the Essex countryside at the mouth of the river Blackwater, Tollesbury is a great place for walkers and nature lovers.

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  19. Mayland

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    Mayland, CM3 1AA

    Mayland

    Mayland is a village on the Dengie peninsula in the English county of Essex. The village is located just off the coast of the River Blackwater with stunning views across the water towards Goldhanger, Heybridge Basin and Osea Island.

    The nearby…

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  20. Address

    Essex, CM9 6RP

    Woodham Walter is a village three miles from the town of Maldon, seven miles from Southwoodham Ferrers and approximately eight miles from the city of Chelmsford. The village features three public houses - The Cats, The Bell Inn and The Queen…

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