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J.J. Moon's

On the walls of this pub are illustrations by local Jeff Jones.

Hornchurch >

The Barking Dog

Believe it or not, it is not actually named after dogs barking.

Barking >

The Colley Rowe Inn

The walls of this pub are covered in historical photographs of the area.

Collier Row >

The Eva Hart

Discover all you need to know about one of the longest-living survivors of the Titanic.

Chadwell Heath >

The Last Post

Southend was once described as “a quiet place for quiet people”.

Southend-on-Sea >

The Elms

Read about the story of Adam’s elm.

Leigh-on-Sea >

The Last Post

Discover the history of Loughton.

Loughton >

The Great Spoon of Ilford

Read about one man’s long journey from Norwich to London!

Ilford >

The Roebuck

Take a look at old photographs of Rayleigh.

Rayleigh >

The Blue Boar

This building, a former Co-op, is on the site of a 16th century house.

Billericay >

The Dairyman

This site was once home to Davey’s Dairy.

Brentwood >

The Moon On The Square

Did you know, the Saxons gave us the name Essex (the territory of the East Saxons)?

Basildon >

The New Fairlop Oak

The Fairlop Fair was once the place to be!

Fairlop >

The Temeraire

The Temeraire (French for ‘daring’) was named after a warship captured off southern Portugal in 1759.

Saffron Walden >

Moon and Starfish

Read about Clacton’s history as a seaside town, which remained popular even after the Second World War.

Clacton-on-Sea >

The Bottle Kiln

For many years, this pub the Co-operative Society’s furniture store.

Dovercourt >

Rose & Crown

The history of this building is proudly displayed on the walls.

Maldon >

The Parsons Barn

The original Parsons’ Barn was built in 1763 by the local farmer and landowner Christopher Parsons.

Shoeburyness >