About

Witham is located in the very heart of Essex and is situated between Chelmsford and Colchester and is approximately eight miles from Braintree. Over the centuries Witham has been a cloth making centre, spa and a coaching town and for many years it was the home of the novelist and theologian, Dorothy L. Sayers - a staute stands in the town centre dedicated to her to this day and her former home now has a blue plaque commomorating her. 

Running through the town is the River Brain which provides riverside walks along its banks through wild areas which are home to birds, insects and various flowers and fauna. The town itself is a mixture of old and mondern buildings and has all of the amenities that a visitor could wish with a wide array of public houses, restaurants and independent shops. The town also has a number of leisure facilities such as several playing fields, a skate park, football club, rugby club and a leisure centre. Annual events in Witham include Witham Open Gardens, a Medieval Fayre, a Carnival, Witham International Puppet Festival, a Charity Firework Display and the Town Carol Service.

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Road Directions

Witham is accessible via the A12

Public Transport Directions

Witham train station provides direct links to London Liverpool Street.

Witham

Type:Town

Town Centre, Witham, Essex, CM8 2FE

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