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  1. Exterior of the Maeldune Heritage Centre in an old church
    The Maeldune Heritage Centre, set in the beautiful old St Peter's Church, is one of Maldon's most fascinating visitor attractions, mixing local history, temporary art and craft exhibitions, tourism information and the permanent home of the incredible 42ft long Maldon Embroidery. The Centre has a Sensory Access Charter Mark for its work in improving access for people with sight and/or hearing impairments.
    1. BE2 flying
      Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome is a unique place with a unique history. It is the largest known surviving group of RFC buildings on a WWI aerodrome which was not adapted for further military use later in its history.
      1. Napoleonic period cannon at CMSM
        An award winning collection of British military artefacts from the English Civil War to today. Collections focus on the Special Forces, espionage, uniforms, medals, swords, and the Donnington Firearms Collection of over 700 guns.
        1. Travelodge, Maldon, Essex
          Recently built hotel with 60 rooms over three floors, including ground floor accessible rooms.
        2. Blackwater Leisure Centre
          At Blackwater Leisure Centre there is a huge range of activities on offer, including swimming, a gym, and fitness and pool classes, including a well-equipped spinning /indoor cycling studio with a variety of spin classes.
          1. Man and boy looking at equipment at the Museum of Power
            Housed in a former water pumping station, the museum has a fascinating collection of power related exhibits, a tea room and picnic area, a miniature railway all set in attractive riverside grounds.
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          2. Jepcrack holiday accommodation barn
            Jepcrack’s Barns Self Catering at Great Totham, near Maldon , offers you all the home comforts and ample space you need inside one of our four character-filled properties, each and every one of them unique. We are a small family business so you’re more than just another booking to us.  From when you enquire to when you leave, we’re here to help you and we aim to make your experience with us as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Two barns are especially suited for people with disabilities, with plenty of room to turn a wheelchair, ramps available for the entrances, downstairs bedrooms and large walk-in showers (one with a pull-down seat). Please call us to discuss the most suitable property for your mobility needs. We are dog-friendly.
          3. Interior of Le Bouchon Brasserie
            Le Bouchon is a grade II listed, 300-year-old Georgian building which has undergone an extensive refurbishment programme restoring the building to its former glory. The restaurant serves a fresh and varied fusion menu featuring local cuisine, French, European and British dishes, with a options for vegetarians and vegans. In addition to the main menu there is a lunchtime set menu available Tuesday to Saturday, a Sunday lunch menu, children's menu and pre-bookable afternoon teas. Please note there is a dress code in the restaurant (no shorts, sportswear or hats for men).
          4. OakHouse Maldon
            A café in the morning offers Fairtrade products, and a lunchtime menu with daily specials. In the evening, a bar serves an extensive wine list, local real ales and cocktails.
            1. View of Sark restaurant taken from the upstairs looking down on tables
              Turkish and Mediterranean restaurant, with a separate upstairs cocktail bar. Sark serves a wide and frequently changing menu of specialities such as kebabs and grills, including sharing platters, sea food, pasta, hot and cold meze selections and traditional clay pot casseroles. On weekday lunchtimes there's a good-value fixed price menu served from 12:00 to 16:00. Advance booking recommended.
              1. El Guaca Mexican Grill Maldon
                El Guaca offers a truly Mexican experience in a colourful and vibrant atmosphere. With a huge variety of homemade dishes and cocktails available, a meal to remember is assured.
              2. Gourmet burger
                Henri’s Bar and Grill situated within Madison Heights offers casual dining in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Bringing back some of the old favourites, Henri’s menu offers a choice of Sizzlers, chicken dishes, ribs, steaks, pasta dishes, fish and chips, quarter pounder prime beef burgers and children’s meals. Vegetarian options available. Special weekday lunch deal, Wednesday to Friday, 12:00 to 16:30.
                1. The Lock Tea rooms, heybridge basin
                  Bright and airy, 'The Lock' is THE place to eat on the waterfront at Heybridge Basin. Indoors or out, it offers outstanding Blackwater Estuary views.
                  1. Couple drinking latte in Costa Coffee
                    Founded in London by Italian brothers Sergio and Bruno Costa in 1971, Costa Coffee is present in 41 countries around the world, with over 2,700+ coffee shops in the UK&I and 1,100+ globally.  We are proud to be the Nation’s Favourite coffee shop, having been awarded “Best Branded Coffee Shop Chain in the UK and Ireland" by Allegra Strategies for 12 consecutive years. Serving a wide range of coffees and drinks, with plant milk available for vegans, along with cakes, snacks and lunches, including vegan and vegetarian options.
                    1. driftwood coffee house
                      Whether you're looking for a quick coffee before work or a relaxing lunch with friends, Driftwood is the perfect hangout. With its relaxed coastal vibe, inspired by Maldon's location on the Blackwater estuary, there's something for everyone. Driftwood serves a range of breakfasts, incuding full English, and lunches such as paninis, toasted sandwiches, quiche and salads. Vegan and vegetarian options are available. Beer and wine is served from 11am. We are dog-friendly, with complimentary biscuits, water and beds available for your four-legged friends. For those of you on the go, we offer food and drinks to take away with a discount provided for using your own reusable drinks cup.
                      1. Exterior of shop
                        Greggs serves breakfast rolls, sandwiches and salads, savouries and bakes including its famous sausage roll and the new vegan sausage roll, and sweet treats and drinks to eat in or takeaway.
                        1. Promenade Park in Maldon
                          This 100 year old Edwardian park encompasses an ornamental lake, a large water Splash Park, beach huts for hire, sandpits, a galleon play ship & aerial zip-wire & several picnic areas.
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                        2. Burnham-on-Crouch - Marion Sidebottom
                          Discover the story of Burnham and the Dengie from the Bronze Age to today. Explore its fascinating maritime and social heritage through the artefacts and records of people’s lives.
                          1. Person with yellow bowling bowl
                            Madison Lanes at Madison Heights is a tenpin bowling centre with 12 Ten Pin Bowling lanes. Buffers are available for novice bowlers, and ramps to bowl the ball for people in wheelchairs, so everyone in the family can join in the fun. The indoor, family friendly centre also has a games arcade with ticket machines to win prizes, Pool tables, Henri's Bar & Grill, Monkey Puzzle Soft Play Centre with its own coffee shop (one of the largest indoor children's play centres in the South East).Party packages for all ages and occasions, delicious cakes at Bakehouse Coffee Shop, full sized Roller Skating Rink - see individual listings and our website for more details.
                            1. Riverside-Park, Burnham, May 2019
                              Overlooking the River Crouch, Burnham’s Riverside Park offers activity and relaxation in equal measure. It is an ideal place for a stroll, a run, a picnic or to take part in some sport.
                            2. Marks and Spencer PLC
                              Marks and Spencer Simply Foods has a wide selection of food and drink, along with flowers and greetings cards. Food can also be ordered for collection from M&S
                            3. wibblers brewery
                              Wibblers Brewery, Micropub & Kitchen. Serving our real ales, craft lager, ciders and home cooked food. Open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
                              1. Outside of Purleigh Bell pub
                                The Purleigh Bell has been an ale house since 1635. Lawrence Washington - the last member of George Washington’s family to live in England, was a regular in the early C16th. Since then, the pub has grown to make the most of each landlord’s interests becoming a butcher and stable over the years. Today we are inspired by the traditional English tavern. We have an open fire, hops hanging from the beams and lanterns outside on the benches. We serve good ale and hearty food to encourage banter, repartee and some would say, creative thought...
                                1. Maldon Library
                                  Maldon Library

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                                    Bentalls Shopping Centre, Colchester Road, Heybridge, CM9 4GD


                                    01621 453053


                                    Easy Mobility Services provides a full range of equipment to assist those with a disability, including a manual wheelchair hire service for visitors to Maldon. Advance booking is advisable, and wheelchairs can be rented on a short or longer-term…