Sign up to our website for free to promote your business in the Maldon District. Whether you're a local retailer, independent shop, pub, restaurant, tea room, accommodation provider, local business or attraction.

Our website caters for both visitors and local residents so they can find out more about what the Maldon District has to offer.

We also offer a range of services for event organisers, including online box office and promotional services and venue hire of District Parks and open spaces.

Petticrows, Burnham-on-Crouch
Have your own page on our website with a description about your business, its facilities, your contact information, as well as space for pictures to show off your business to visitors in the District. The Maldon District is growing and we want to promote what the area has to offer.


  • Discover more about the area
  • Places to eat & drink
  • Events taking place in the District
  • Businesses and services in the District
  • Accommodation and attractions in the District
Discover the Maldon District
Saltmarsh75 2017
Our events page is one of the most popular pages on our website, and includes events that cover the Maldon District. Events include fairs, gigs, talks, sport events, quiz nights, country shows, sales, group meetings, pantomimes, carnivals, open gardens and more.

Submit your event to us online and your event will be added onto our website, and included on our printed events list which is available at the Maldon Visitor Information Centre, in the Town Hall.


Maldon High Street from Moot Hall's Rooftop
Burnham-on-Crouch Market
Heybridge Basin

Maldon District Council is committed to supporting local businesses through this challenging period and we are working with our partners to provide advice and assistance as required.

We are also taking decisions that will maintain the viability and sustainability of the Council over the coming months, to ensure we continue to deliver vital services.

Visit England are providing the latest national guidance and support for tourism and events businesses at this very challenging time. They are feeding industry concerns to Government via the Tourism Industry Emergency Response Group and will be sharing practical advice as soon as it becomes available, publishing the latest announcements and industry information on thier dedicated COVID-19 page.

Below you will find the latest information and advice to support your businesses. All of our information is kept under continuous review and is updated often.

Useful links and resources

Local COVID Alert Level – Medium

Covering most of the country - this will consist of the current national measures, which came into force on 25 September. For areas where national restrictions continue to be in place, this means:

  • All businesses and venues can continue to operate in a COVID-Secure manner, other than those that remain closed in law, such as nightclubs.
  • Certain businesses selling food or drink on their premises are required to close between 10pm and 5am.
  • Businesses and venues selling food for consumption off the premises can continue to do so after 10pm as long as this is through delivery service, click-and-collect or drive-thru.
  • Schools, universities and places of worship remain open.
  • Weddings and funerals can go ahead with restrictions on the number of attendees.
  • Organised indoor sport and exercise classes can continue to take place, provided the Rule of Six is followed.
  • People must not meet in groups larger than six, indoors or outdoors.

See the guidance and restrictions for areas where the Local COVID Alert level is Medium.

Accepting guests from areas with local restrictions

The Government has issued guidance on holidays in areas with local restrictions, which also provides information on people travelling from those areas.

Managing local outbreaks

The Government has issued guidance on the approach to managing local coronavirus outbreaks.


The 'Sense of Place' Branding captures the essence of the area and is at the heart of how we are going to put ourselves 'on the map'. The District Branding allows you to celebrate being part of the Maldon District. It includes themes, photography, graphic languages and colour palettes, all inspired and drawn from the Maldon District. They are freely available to businesses, stakeholders and groups based in the Maldon District on the We Are Maldon District website.
Maldon District Council would love to discuss your business needs and assist you to find the help you require. The Maldon District benefits from a rich heritage in business, including retail, gastronomy and industry, drawing on the local strengths in innovation, creativity, entrepreneurship, and benefiting from the skills available in the local community. This creates the perfect environment to set up new businesses, grow existing businesses or relocate them from other locations in the UK or abroad.