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About The Area

Essex & East Anglia region has become immensely popular due to the close proximity to London, over the decades the area has become one of the most thriving & dynamic parts of the United Kingdom with large multi national companies setting up their businesses in the region, they have thrived due to the local workforce, who can enjoy this picturesque & stunning part of the country.

Essex became an essential part of the route from Norfolk and Suffolk to London, making Essex an important staging post along the much-used road, as can be seen from the numerous inns and hostelries which served the area.

Essex grew in popularity during Victorian times when a rail link to London was built. In the late 19th century, Kings Seeds put Essex firmly on the map as a pioneering centre for seed growing and for the production of vegetable and flower seeds, notably sweet peas. The A12 was built in the 1960’s which diverted the ever-increasing volume of traffic, thereby relieving the pressure on the area.

Essex is ideally placed for links to the East of England:

  • Excellent road links with the A12 Norwich to London
  • London Stansted International Airport
  • Close to London
  • Fast railway services into London Liverpool Street
  • Chelmsford City
  • Colchester is the most Historic town and ex-capital of England
  • Coastal resorts in Frinton-on -Sea, Clacton-on-Sea. Southend-on-Sea
  • The historic market town of Norwich
  • Easy access to Junction 28 of the M25

Excellent schooling is available for all ages throughout Essex & East Anglia. Brilliant locations for commuters into London with a thriving shopping, nightlife, cafe, bar, and restaurant scenes.

There are plenty of supermarkets to upmarket delicatessens, old-fashioned independent fishmongers and butchers offering local produce.

Freeport Designer shopping village is located in Braintree offering not only designer clothing but also a multiplex cinema, public swimming pool, and a selection of restaurants.

There is plenty going on in Essex for all ages. Recognised globally due to the Only Way Is Essex, a location truly on the map.



Feering Church of England Primary School
01376 570296
Coggeshall Road, Feering, Essex, CO5 9QB

Kelvedon St Mary’s Church of England Primary School
01376 570411
Docwra Road, Kelvedon, Essex, CO5 9DS

Kelvedon St. Mary’s C of E Primary School
07870 997608 or 0788
Docwra Road, Kelvedon, Essex, CO5 9DS

Tiptree Heath Primary School
01621 815445 ?
103 Maldon Road, Tiptree, Essex, CO5 0PG


Honywood Community Science School
01376 561231
Westfield Drive, Coggeshall, Essex, CO6 1PZ

Thurstable School, Sports Centre and Sixth Form College
01621 816526
Maypole Road, Tiptree, Essex, CO5 0EW


Coggeshall Surgery
01376 561242
Stoneham Street, Colchester, Coggeshall, Essex, CO6 1UH

Kelvedon & Feering Health Centre
01376 572906
46 High Street, Kelvedon, Essex, CO5 9AG

Kelvedon Surgery
08444 778948
59 High Street, Kelvedon, Essex, CO5 9AE

Tiptree Medical Centre
01621 816475
Church Road, Colchester, Tiptree, Essex, CO5 0HB



Witham Railway Station
Albert Road, Witham, Essex, CM8 2BS


Kelvedon Mainline Railway Station
Station Road, Kelvedon, Essex, CO5 9NP


George & Dragon

Situated between picturesque Coggeshall and Kelvedon the George & Dragon sets a new standard in value for money dining. The bar, layout and furnishings create a fresh and modern atmosphere to enjoy a wide range of dishes with daily specials that vary according to market availability. Lunchtime offers the opportunity to enjoy light main courses with the emphasis on fresh fish
Coggeshall Road,, Kelvedon, Essex, CO5 9PL

Sports & Leisure


Broomfield Hospital
01245 443673
Court Road, Broomfield, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 7ET

Colchester General
01206 747474
Turner Road, Colchester, Essex, CO4 5JL

NHS Mid Essex
01245 398770
Swift House, Hedgerows Business Park, Colchester Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 5PF

Springfield Hospital
01245 234000
Lawn Lane, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 7GU


Boots Alliance
01621 815432
5-6 The Centre, Tiptree, Essex, CO5 0HF

Boots Pharmacy
01376 570368
Margret House, 72 High Street, Kelvedon, Essex, CO5 9AE

Day Lewis
01376 561298
9 Market Hill, Coggeshall, Essex, CO6 1TS


Bell Inn Pub & Restaurant

A warm and friendly welcome is always on offer, with a good selection of fine ales,beer and freshly cooked food
01376 570375
The Street, Feering, Essex, CO5 9QQ

The Angel Kelvedon

We opened in March 2007 & pride ourselves using fresh, local produce whenever possible, cooked & prepared to order. We have a separate children’s menu along with daily specials, five real ale pumps, a great wine list, chilled soft drinks & an extensive Coffee & hot beverage menu. Alfresco dining in our front patio’s or in our back garden We cater for all functions, large & small so please ask for details & menus, all dietary needs can be catered for. We hope you enjoy your visit & have a great experience Thank you for choosing the Angel from Simon, Magdalena & all the Staff…
01376 573746
St Mary’s Square, Kelvedon, Essex, CO5 9AN

The Railway Tavern

The Railway Tavern is situated in the heart of Kelvedon, Colchester, Essex. Barry and Sue Hatton have been the licensees for the past twenty years and have built up a successful mix of tradition and modernity. At the Tavern you will find a great range of real ales, wines & spirits to compliment an extensive food menu. The Tavern has plenty of facilities including a large car park, a 42 seat restaurant, cosy snug room and main bars. A great feature of the Tavern is its riverfront location and al fresco eating areas. The river Blackwater is full of wildlife and the water is as clear as the beer.
01376 570293
182 High Street, Kelvedon, Essex, CO5 9JD

The Sun Inn

Grade II listed building with heavily carved beams dating back to the 16th century focuses on fine real ales and excellent home cooked food. Join us in the winter for roaring log fires or in our large beautiful mature garden or cosy courtyard in the summer months. We welcome everyone! Children are encouraged to bring well behaved adults, dogs with owners, ramblers (pre bookable available), and people who want to relax in a warm friendly atmosphere, enjoying a pint or more of real ale and eating a home cooked meal. Staying as a true public house, The Sun Inn has a no booking policy except for parties with seven or more. Therefore we do advise early arrival to avoid disappointment. . Our focus is to provide high quality locally sourced food at reasonable prices. We operate as a traditional pub, where you get served at the bar to start with. Whilst your dining we will gladly organise drinks for you. When you have finished your meal, maybe we can tempt you with one of our homemade desserts or another award winning, well kept ale? Real ale, real home cooked, a real pub with a warm friendly atmosphere!
01376 570442
3 Feering Hill, Feering, Essex, CO5 9NH