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Armed Forces Day events in Maldon District

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  1. The RAF Bradwell Bay Preservation Group will be marking Armed Forces Day 2022 with two talks at the old airfield. The first talk, at 11am, will be about the history of RAF Bradwell Bay. The second talk, at 14:00 will use official operational record books to recall the events that happened on 25 June in 1942, 1943, 1944 and 1945.
    1. Historic military vehicles at Promenade Park
      Join the Essex Historic Military Vehicle Association in Promenade Park, Maldon for a special Armed Forces Day Military Vehicle Show! View a variety of classic military vehicles ranging from the Second World War to the modern era. This is a FREE event open to anyone visiting the park.
      1. Armed forces marching in a field
        Join us to celebrate and thank our Armed Forces! Please save the date for this event – you can expect plenty to see an do. We look forward to welcoming all Arms to have a great day out, parade and excitement at the height of Summer! If you would like to take part, please contact info@stowmaries.org.uk More details to follow!

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        1. Address

          Promenade Park, Park Drive, Maldon, CM9 5JQ

          Maldon

          The World War Two Avenue of Remembrance at Promenade Park, beginning close to the boating lake, consists of 86 Horse Chestnut trees that were planted in 1987 to commemorate local people who died serving their country during World War Two.

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          Promenade Park, Park Drive, Maldon, CM9 5JQ

          Maldon

          The World War One Avenue of Remembrance at Promenade Park begins by the coach park and loops around the field to the main vehicle entrance from Park Drive. The Avenue originally consisted of 180 numbered trees and was dedicated on 27 November 1935…

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          9 Trusses Road, Bradwell-on-Sea, Southminster, Essex, CM0 7QS

          Southminster

          RAF Bradwell Bay is a former Royal Air Force station located on the Dengie Peninsular, approximately 9.5 miles east of Maldon. It is the site of a war memorial to the 121 members of the Allied Air Forces who "in answer to the call of duty left this…

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          Heybridge Cemetery, Goldhanger Road, Heybridge, CM9 4QR

          Heybridge

          Heybridge War Memorial is a Grade II Listed memorial made from creamy Portland limestone and stands just inside the gates to the cemetery. Approximately 3m high, it is in the form of a cross with a stone relief sword on the front and an octagonal…

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          Junction of Main Road and Station Road, Althorne, CM3 6DB

          Althorne

          Althorne's unusual war memorial is in the form of a traditional, decorative lychgate, framed in oak, with a pitched roof covered with clay tiles. It was designed by local artist Walter Savage Cooper and built after World War 1. A metal plaque…

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          Corner of Chapel Road and High Street, Burnham-on-Crouch, CM0 8AA

          Burnham-on-Crouch

          Burnham’s Memorial Garden, known locally as the Tommy Garden, is a little haven of peace and quiet dedicated to the memories of soldiers who died in the First World War. On the corner of Chapel Road, within sight of the main war memorial, the garden…

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          High Street, Burnham, CM0 8AG

          Burnham

          Burnham’s war memorial remembers 98 local soldiers who died in the First World War, and 27 soldiers and 10 civilians who died in the Second World War. The pale stone obelisk, which looks out over the estuary, was designed by the renowned architect R…

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          Outside All Saints Church, High Street, Maldon, CM9 5PF

          Maldon

          The war memorial in Maldon stands in the High Street outside All Saints Church and is a Grade II Listed white stone cross on a plinth and base, with bronze plaques set into the design. It was designed by Chelmsford Architect Wykeham Chancellor and…