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Based in Braintree district, Silver End is a model village with work begining in 1926. The village was the idea of Francis Henry Crittall who created Crittall Windows Ltd, a factory which manufactured and supplied components for metal windows. The village was designed to be completely self-sufficient with its own water supply and drainage, shops, schools and churches. A farm was also established which sold produce direct to the village. The factory even generated the village's electricity. It remains a nationally important village of 'modern movement' architecture.

Silver End - which has a library, doctors surgery, takeways, a Co-Op and a village shop - is close to the towns of Witham and Braintree as well as the Grade one listed Cressing Temple Barns.




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Road Directions

Silver End is accessbile by road and has bus links tothe towns of Witham and Braintree

Public Transport Directions

The closest train stations to Silver End are Witham and Braintree which have direct links to London Liverpool Street Station.

Silver End


Witham, Essex, CM8 3RQ

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