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Number of results: 16

  1. Address

    Essex, CO1 1UG

    From August 18, residents from Essex, Kent and East Sussex can enter a ballot to be in with a chance of securing free tickets and vouchers for popular attractions, hotel and restaurants

  2. Address

    Visitor Centre, Turner Road, Highwoods, Colchester, Essex, CO4 5JR

    Telephone

    01206 853588

    Highwoods, Colchester

    High Woods Country Park is one of Colchester's best-loved beauty spots, with plenty of opportunities to relax, play and explore the large grounds.

  3. Address

    TS Colne Light, King Edward Quay, The Hythe, Colchester, Essex, CO2 8GN

    The Hythe, Colchester

    Colchester Sea Cadets celebrate 30 years of the TS Colne Light

  4. Address

    Lewis Gardens, High Street, Colchester, Essex, CO1 1JH

    Telephone

    01206 713700

    Colchester

    Firstsite is Colchester's contemporary visual arts organisation.

  5. Address

    Wormingford Community Education Centre, Church Road, Wormingford, Essex, CO6 3AZ

    Wormingford

    Make your own Apple Juice!

  6. Address

    Visit Colchester Information Centre, Hollytrees Museum, Colchester, Essex, CO1 1UG

    Telephone

    01206 282920

    Colchester

    Take a walk through Colchester Town Centre and discover fascinating facts about the Roman history right under your feet!

  7. Address

    High Street, Colchester, CO1 1DN

    Telephone

    01206 282941

    Colchester

    Get up close to nature as you discover an interesting perspective on the local natural environment from the Ice Age right up to today.Explore the garden trail and stag beetle exhibition.

  8. Address

    Castle Park, Colchester, Essex, CO1 1UG

    Telephone

    01206 282940

    Colchester

    An important part of Colchester's rich history with three centuries of fascinating toys, costume, clocks and decorative arts displayed in an attractive Georgian town house from 1718.

  9. Address

    East Mersea, East Mersea, Essex, CO5 8UE

    Telephone

    01206 383868

    East Mersea

    Cudmore Grove offers visitors a trip to the seaside with a difference at the eastern tip of Mersea Island. The park includes a sandy beach and open grassland, perfect for picnics and great views.

  10. Address

    Mersea Island, Essex

    Mersea Island is the perfect place for walking, whether you would like a short stroll of "The Old City" or a longer walk along the "Strood Channel", there are plenty of beautiful views and an abundance of wildlife to see along the way.

  11. Address

    Firstsite, Lewis Gardens, High Street, Colchester, Essex, CO1 1JH

    Telephone

    01206 713700

    High Street, Colchester

    An uplifting exhibition featuring artworks from artists across the world, brought together by @background_bob.

  12. Address

    Natural History Museum, 66 High Street, Colchester, CO1 1DN

    Colchester

    An immersive installation of compositions made by young musicians across Colchester

  13. Address

    Dedham, Essex

    Dedham

    The River Stour runs from Cambridgeshire and out to the North Sea at  Harwich, Essex, following the county boundary between Suffolk and Essex for most of its 47 mile stretch.

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    West Bergholt, Essex

    West Bergholt

    Owned by the Woodland Trust, Hillhouse Wood contains a variety of different woodland as well as two ponds and streams running through it.

  15. Address

    Rowhedge, Rowhedge

    Rowhedge

    Rowhedge Regatta returns for 2022

  16. Address

    Wakes Colne, Colchester, Essex, CO6 2DF

    Colchester

    Rising up from the horizon on the A1124 you will see the imposing Chappel Viaduct. The Victorian viaduct, with its 32 arches and total length of 346 metres, is thought to be the second largest brick built structure in England.

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