Essex Heritage Guide - Historic Churches

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British History Quiz

This inventor and pioneer industrialist is credited with inventing - or at least popularizing - the water frame and carding engine


This Day in British History

28 November, 1290

Queen Eleanor dies at Harby, Northamptonshire

Edward I erects memorial crosses (Eleanor Crosses) at each stopping place of the queen's procession to London

Monarch Mayhem

This queen was executed after a long imprisonment by order of Elizabeth I


Leigh-on-Sea (Self catering)
Estuary View, Leigh-on-Sea

Estuary View

18 steps down to entrance: Spacious open-plan sitting/dining room and well-equipped kitchen area with a door to decked balcony. Lower ground floor: Utility area. Bathroom/WC (shower over bath). Access to …
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West Mersea (Self catering)
Island Cottage, West Mersea

Island Cottage

Well equipped kitchen with door to garden and patio. Bathroom/WC (shower over bath). Sunny sitting room. Bright dining room. Steep stairs to first floor: Pretty double bedroom. Twin bedded room …
Sleeps 4

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Colchester (Hotel)
Red Lion Hotel

Red Lion Hotel

The Red Lion Hotel is an historical Grade 1 listed building (1465) located in the town centre of historic Colchester. The hotel is one of the oldest inns in East Anglia and has been described as a fine example of Tudor England.The hotel is located in the town centre and … more >>

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Halstead (Hotel)
The Bull

The Bull

The Bull Hotel has a history as a coaching inn that goes back over 500 years. Today, it is a vibrant and lively town centre pub with rooms. Offering Televised Live Sports in the main Bars and Live music at weekends on Fridays and Saturdays. (Some rooms may be affected … more >>

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