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County - Essex | Map
Tel code: 01277 | code search
Postcode: CM14 | code search
Population: 70000
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Birthplace of:
Keith Mills
Jodie Marsh

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Folk Customs:
Choosing Day, Brightlingsea
Kichel throwing in Harwich
Mad Maldon Mud Race
Opening the Oyster Fishery
Plough Monday
The Dunmow Flitch

Brentwood Events

May
Military Vehicle Show
Robin Hood Country and Game Show
Weald Country and Craft Show

August
Music Crowns Festival

September
Weald Park Game And Country Show

October
Welly Walk
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Dragons Health Clubs
"I would not recommend this gym because of the lack of classes. There are two pump classes a week, one on a Sunday and one on a Monday. ..." More

Bentley
"Went to the magick bean with my friends and what a great coffee shop. The staff are lovely you can talk to them and have a laugh, great prices ..." More

Marygreen Manor
"Good Points: Excellent room, garden, staff. Restaurant is fantastic.

Date visited: 2010-06-07 ..." More

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"Brentwood Museum - very interesting and the volunteers who run the museum very helpful. The story of PC Gutteridge was extremely interesting and I would love to see a special ..." More

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I Visited the Brentwood Museum on Sunday 4th June 2006. ...More

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Brentwood is the principal town in the Borough of Brentwood, in south west Essex. It is a London commuter town, approximately 20 miles from central London. The Borough of Brentwood includes a number of parishes which vary in size, comprising attractive villages and landscapes with many important and historic buildings. Within the Borough as a whole there are 510 buildings listed for their historical and architectural importance. The Borough has a population of around 70,000. The main shopping area is Brentwood Town Centre, which boasts many of the big High Street chains. The Town Centre is an historic centre with three designated Conservation Areas, incorporating several listed Buildings and an Ancient Monument - the St Thomas a Becket Chapel. Brentwood or "Burnt wood" came to be a resting place for pilgrims on their way to Canterbury, travelling the Roman road running from Colchester into London. One local village is called Pilgrims Hatch. In 1221 a small chapel dedicated to St Thomas Becket was built for the pilgrims. The ruin stands in the centre of the High Street, next to the tourist information office. The Brentwood Theatre and The Hermit are the main cultural buildings in Brentwood; along with the Brentwood International Hall. Brentwood has King George's Field and two vast country parks at South Weald and Thorndon. Weald Country Park has been chosen to hold the 2012 Olympics mountain bike race. Brentwood is home to Brentwood Town F.C., who play at the Brentwood Centre. Brentwood became the manufacturing centre of trampolining in the UK and still has a thriving trampolining community, but no longer a local factory. The headquarters of Amstrad are located in Brentwood, Brentwood does not have a railway station in its town centre because it is situated on a hill. Brentwood railway station is located to the south of the town Essex Tourism - 0871 716 2199 Calls cost less than 10p per minute

Accountant

Accountancy Systems Ltd
Brentwood Financial Practice
Tiffin Green Chartered Accountants
Top Line Accountancy & Book-Keeping Services Ltd

Attraction

Brandler Galleries
Brentwood Museum
Cathedral Church of St Mary and St Helen
Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker
Mountnessing Windmill
Old MacDonalds Educational Farm Park
Saint Mary and St Helen's Cathedral
Thorndon Country Park
Weald Country Park

Budget

Premier Inn Brentwood *book online*
Travelodge Brentwood *book online*

Caravan Park

Kelvedon Hatch Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Care Home

Heron Court
Leonard Lodge

Classes

Yoga - Barry Kelly

Club

Sam's Nightclub

Conference Centre

Brentwood, Great Warley
Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker
The Queensgate Centre

Council

Brentwood Borough Council

Dentist

Enhance Dental Clinic
High Wood Dental Clinic
Homewood Dental Practice

Doctor

Dr D P Ainsworth & Partners
Dr G W Hillman & Partners
Dr M J Hunt
Dr S D Garner & Partners
The Brambles Surgery - PCT PMS Practice

Estate Agent

Ashley & Peck
Beresfords
Connell Estate Agents
Gardner Property & Letting Services
Haywood Mangham
Hilbery Chaplin
Keith Ashton Estates

Farmers Market

Brentwood Farmers Market

Golf Club

Bentley
Hartswood
South Essex Golf Club
Warley Park Golf Club
Weald Park Golf Club

Health and Fitness Club

Brentwood Centre
Dragons Health Clubs
Esporta Health Club
LA Fitness
Springhealth Leisure Club

Inn

Tower Arms

Market

Brentwood Farmers Market
Chequers Field Car Boot

Performing Arts

Brentwood Philharmonic Orchestra
Brentwood Theatre

Pub and Bar

Bar West One & Murphy’s Sports Bar
Brewery Tap
Green Man
New Swan
Olde Dog Inn

Rising Sun
Rose & Crown
Slug & Lettuce
Spread Eagle
Swan
Teriss Bar
The Plough Bar & Restaurant
Traders (Brentwood)
White Hart

Restaurant

Bellissimo
Golden Fleece
Green Man
Imperial Peking
La Tasca
Marygreen Manor
Olde Dog Inn
Prezzo Restaurant
Slug & Lettuce
Sugar Hut Village
Thai Orchid

The Plough Bar & Restaurant
Traders (Brentwood)

School

Brentwood School

Solicitor

Reeve Fisher & Sands
Wortley Byers Solicitors

Taxi

A B C Cars
Brentwood Mini Bus Hire
Doones Colour Car Taxis
Eureka
Hutton Cars
Kelvedon Hatch Taxis
Preece & Horn Ltd
Warley Taxis

Theatre

Brentwood Theatre

Vet

Best Friends

Sports Clubs

Bentley TC (Tennis)
Brentwood (Men's Hockey)
Brentwood (Women's Hockey)
Brentwood CC (Cricket)
Brentwood TC (Tennis)

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Brentwood Town (Amateur Football)
Brentwood Volleyball Club (Volleyball)
Brookweald CC (Cricket)
Hutton CC (Cricket)
Kelvedon Hatch (Amateur Football)
LIV Brentwood Fire Basketball Club (Basketball)
Old Brentwoods RFC (Rugby Union)
South Weald CC (Cricket)

Shops

Cascade
W H Smith Ltd
Fresh Flowers
Boots
Hepburns of Mountnessing
Rymans
Neil Graham Gallery
Wyevale Garden Centre
Hillcrest Nurseries
The Reptile Masters Ltd
Time 4 Pets
Brace Photography

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Field & Trek
New Pharmacy
Templeman Opticians
Kino Shoes
Zakz
Waterstones
Neil Graham Gallery
The Sportman's Gallery
Brandler Galleries
Peaches Nail & Beauty Salon
Wickes
Heards Farm
H Samuel
Peacocks
Dreams
The Crown Street Cafe
Brentwood Coffee Shop
Old Castle Sports Ltd
Calcott Hall Farm Shop
The Vanilla Room
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French's Farm Organic Butchers
Harmony
Olivers Butchers
The Tate Flooring Gallery
Curtain Inn
Callico’s
Hair Company
Blondes
Lance James The Jewellers
Mr Savile Menswear
Drinks of France
Creatures Great and Small

Antiques

Neil Graham Gallery
French Quarter

Activities

Holdens Archers(Archery)
Elite CC(Cycling)
Warley Ski Centre(Snow Sports)
South Weald(Walking)
Thorndon Country Park(Walking)

Places to Stay near Brentwood

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Brentwood Guesthouse (0.47 miles)

Brentwood Guesthouse

Brentwood Guest House provides comfortable accommodation in a relaxed warm and friendly atmosphere, it is an ideal base for both holidaymakers and business visits. Located in Brentwood Town Centre there are a wide variety ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Brentwood (0.49 miles)

Premier Inn Brentwood
Close to Brentwood Rail Station, the A12 and the M25, Premier Inn Brentwood is northeast of London and has free parking and an on-site Thyme pub/restaurant. Brentwood Premier Inn has very comfy beds in every room. ... More | visit website
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Marygreen Manor (1.19 miles)

Marygreen Manor

This luxury 4 star, Full Service hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Brentwood just minutes from the M25/J28. Close to Brentwood Main line station and within easy driving distance of Lakeside and Blue ... More | visit website

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Tower Arms (1.42 miles)

Tower Arms
The Tower Arms is a beautiful country pub, restaurant and hotel, which dates back to 1701 and can be found in the picturesque village of South Weald, near Brentwood. The Tower Arms is also only ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Brentwood M25, Junction 28 (1.62 miles)

Holiday Inn Brentwood M25, Junction 28

Our location offers the best of both worlds; a peaceful, countryside location on the outskirts of Brentwood, yet convenient for the M25 via junction 28 and the A12 leading into the heart of London. Plenty ... More | visit website

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De Rougemont Manor Hotel (2.36 miles)

De Rougemont Manor Hotel

De Rougemont Manor is a family managed privately owned hotel in Brentwood, Essex which has recently undergone a £4.5 million refurbishment, this has assisted the hotel in achieving its 4 star rating.

During weekdays the hotel ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Brentwood (3.68 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Gidea Park Hotel (4.96 miles)

Gidea Park Hotel
Gidea Park Hotel is a Three star hotel, Built in 1880, owned originally by Sir Henry Raphael. All rooms are all en-suite, executive rooms have freeview televisions, direct-dial telephone and tea / coffee-making facilities. Discounts ... More | visit website
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Devonshire Hotel (5.62 miles)

Devonshire Hotel
Devonshire Hotel is a family run boutique hotel which combines modern, stylish accommodation with a friendly, intimate service, delicious breakfast and freshly prepared home-made snacks. We also offer free wi-fi and secure parking. Located in ... More | visit website
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Innkeeper's Lodge, Hornchurch (5.79 miles)

Innkeeper
Found in county of Essex, Hornchurch began life as a village. The village steadily grew and in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, Hornchurch was a quiet residential area for the well-off, being close enough ... More | visit website

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