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 the centre of town dates from the 15th century and historically the town used to hold an annual horse market.
Today, Southminster is a small but vibrant town with a mixture of commuters via the railway line to London Liverpool Street and people who work locally within the towns of Maldon and Burnham-on-Crouch. The town is home to Southminster St. Leonards FC and Wibblers brewery, an award-winning microbrewery and cider maker which has been brewing beers, lagers and ciders in Essex since 1991.
Map & Directions
Southminster is accessible by car via the B1018 and has a bus service to Maldon and Burnham-on-Crouch.
Public Transport Directions
Southminster train station has direct links to London Liverpool Street.