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  1. Address

    Heybridge Cemetery, Goldhanger Road, Heybridge, CM9 4QR


    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…

  2. Address

    60A Victoria Rd, Maldon, Essex, CM9 5HF


    01621 852259


    The Assumption of Our Lady Roman Catholic Church in Maldon was opened in 1925, replacing a temporary place of worship that had been set up in and old converted Forge in Silver Street.

  3. Address

    27 Fullbridge, Heybridge, CM9 4LE


    01621 852284


    Fullbridge Evangelical Church has been on its present site since 1937, and has its origins in the Brethren movement which started around 1830. It has a wide range of activities and community outreach.

  4. Address

    Church Hill, Woodham Walter, Essex, CM9 6RJ


    01245 223551

    Woodham Walter

    Built in 1563, St Michael's is the sole Elizabethan church in Essex and one of only six built in England during Elizabeth's reign.

  5. Address

    All Saints Church, Church Hill, Purleigh, CM3 6QJ


    The war memorial at Purleigh stands in the graveyard extension opposite the Grade I Listed All Saints Church and takes the form of a 10ft granite obelisk on a three-stepped base, built by Wray & Fuller of Chelmsford. It commemorates the lives of 25…

  6. Address

    12 Wantz Road, Maldon, Essex, CM9 5DE


    01621 840088


    The building in Wantz Road has been used by the Salvation Army for many years as our place of Worship and Christian Service. Our regular Sunday morning service is at 10.30am with various events throughout the week, including our toddler group on…

  7. Address

    Promenade Park, Park Drive, Maldon, CM9 5JQ


    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…

  8. Address

    Saint Lawrence Hill, Steeple, Essex, CM0 7LN


    01621 776203


    This active rural parish church, situated on a hilltop overlooking the Blackwater Estuary provides exhibitions and community activities. Light refreshments available.

  9. Address

    High Street, Maldon, Essex, CM9 4QE


    01621 853470


    Our doors are open to everybody of all faiths – all are welcome in this house. Come along to one (or more) of our services or any of the many events held in this beautiful old building. We guarantee you a warm and friendly reception.

  10. Address

    Seawall, 900m south-east of Holliwell Farm, Burnham-on-Crouch, CM0 8NG


    An unusual piece of wartime history can be found on the seawall heading out of Burnham-on-Crouch towards Bradwell-on-Sea. Around 4 miles from Burnham you will come to a unique hexagonal, two-storey control/observation tower and an accompanying…

  11. Address

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


    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…

  12. Address

    Plume Building, Market Hill, Maldon, Essex, CM9 4PZ


    01621 854850


    Founded in 1704 this historic library still houses Thomas Plume’s books and his small collection of paintings.

  13. Address

    Various locations:, Burnham Yacht Harbour in Foundry Lane, Belvedere Road and Coronation Road, Burnham-on-Crouch, CM0 8BL

    Belvedere Road and Coronation Road, Burnham-on-Crouch

    If you walk around Burnham-on-Crouch look out for the three large buoys that now decorate the street scene. These historic buoys were once out in the water of the Crouch estuary, helping to guide ships safetly home, but when they were replaced at…

  14. Address

    St Stephen's Road, Cold Norton, Essex, CM3 6NP


    01621 742947

    Cold Norton

    A small church situated on the edge of the village of Cold Norton.

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    Basin Road, Heybridge Basin, CM9 4RJ


    07950 636 660

    Heybridge Basin

    The little church building behind the bus shelter in Heybridge Basin began life during World War 1, as an Armstrong Hut, used as the Sergeants’ Mess hut on Goldhanger Airfield. This airfield was first used as a night landing ground by the Royal…

  16. Address

    East End Road/High Street, Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex, CM0 7PY


    01621 779620


    Grade II Listed church dating from the 14th century, with the parish War Memorial inside and Commonwealth War Graves and a Roll of Honour memorial in its grounds. The church has a medieval timber porch, parish cage and peal of bells.

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    Mayland Hill, Mayland, Essex, CM3 6DZ


    01621 742596


    St Barnabas Church is located a short drive away from the residential area of the village with spectacular views of the neighbouring farms and fields. The church is nestled in a well kept churchyard with six Commonwealth War Graves, and many…

  18. Address

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


    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…

  19. Address

    Church Lane, Stow Maries, Essex, CM3 6SL

    Stow Maries

    The parish church of St Mary and St Margaret is Grade II* Listed. The church chancel was built in the 14th century and the nave in the 15th century. The churchyard has five Commonwealth War Graves.

  20. Address

    The Street, Heybridge, Essex, CM9 4NB


    01621 857004


    A Grade I Listed building, this 12th century church was restored during the 15th century to its present condition. Seating for 200 including choir, with wheel chair access and hearing aid loop system.