The Chelmsford

Town Crier

at your service

 

Chelmsford Town Crier at Lee Rigby family fun day in Woolwich

The picture above shows Richard as the town crier with one of his colleagues from the English Toastmasters Association at the Family Fun Day, to raise money for Lee Rigby's family in Woolwich on Sunday 23rd June 2013

 

Chelmsford City Crier with the Mayor and Mayoress of Chelmsford Councillor Christopher Kingsley and Mrs Marion Kingsley

Working with the mayor of the City of Chelmsford Councillor Christopher Kingsley and the Mayoress, Mrs Marion Kinglesy on Monday 29th April 2013 to raise awareness for Chelmsford Foodbank

who are part of the Trussell Trust

and are based at

The Waterfront Place,

Wharf Road,

Chelmsford,

CM2 6LU

on 01245 790769

The Mayor pushed the food trolley around the town sign in support of Chelmsford Foodbank

 

 

The English Toastmasters Association,

visited

The Speaker's State Appartments

at the House of Commons

on St Georges Day

with The Royal Society of St George

I was honoured to introduce Mr Speaker,

The Right Honourable John Bercow and as I prefer not to use my gavel one of my colleagues did the honours with his bell.

The English Toastmasters Association are proud to have formed our own

Danbury Branch of The Royal Society of St. George

and this was to be our introduction to

The House of Commons Branch

We wish to thank all other members

for their kind welcome to our new branch

 

The House of Commons, Speakers state appartments, St. George's Day Reception

English Toastmasters at Westminster for St. George's Day

The Speaker of the House of Commons chairs the debates in the Commons Chamber.  

The holder of this office is an MP who has been elected by other MPs and is the chief officer and highest authority of the House of Commons.

He must remain politically impartial at all times and during debates the Speaker keeps order and calls MPs to speak.

The Speaker also represents the Commons to the Monarch, the Lords and other authorities and chairs the House of Commons Commission.

The current Speaker ( 23rd April 2013 ) is the Rt. Hon. John Bercow, MP for Buckingham.

 

Working in

Leicester City Centre

 For Walker & Son

The original Pie Co. (1824)

Walkers - The Original Pie Company, since 1824

on Saturday 22nd December 2012

Walker & Son Pork Pies of Destinction

 

Working on

The Only Way is Essex

set with

Props and Frocks

English Town Crier on The Only Way Is Essex Set for charity bash with Props and Frocks

 

Picture shown above with

Little Chris and Charlie King

on Friday 14th December 2012

 

Cambridge Town Crier

at the

Mill Road Fair

Saturday

1st December 2012

Town Crier for

Taank Optometrists

92a, Mill Road,

Cambridge CB1 2BD

01223 350071

Cambridge town crier at the Mill Road Fair December 1st 2012

The whole fair was a cavalcade of colours, with fun and action and all in aid of many charities.  Taank Optometrists were raising money for The National Blind Childrens Society


When the Cambridge Fire Brigade needed warming up they went to Taank Optometrics for a hot cup of chocolate and a cookies

When the Cambridge Fire Brigade needed to warm up - they went to

Taank Optometrists

for a hot cup of chocolate and some chocolate cookies.

Excellent service from a friendly and professional company that cares about you.

Monday 31st October

 

During the afternoon I was the town crier in Basildon Town Square for the relaunch of Props and Frocks from Battlesbridge.

I was the only one Not in costume, but in my TOWN CRIER UNIFORM

as the Town Crier in Basildon.

Chelmsford Town Crier TV Call for The Fixer in Basildon

Fancy that!

Richard Palmer and Alex Polizzi (left),

with Adele Wiseman and Rhys Ranson

The mayor of Basildon was there and an excellent show was put on for the youngsters.

 

Chelmsford Town Crier Richard Palmer at Props and Frocks in Battlesbridge, Essex for Halloween

 

In the evening I went to their shop for a serious party with the famous Hotel Inspector Alex Polizzi, who has been working with Props and Frocks for a new television series.

Chelmsford Town Crier with Alex Polizzi - The Fixer First Episode

 

Halloween Night in Battlesbridge, near Chelmsford, Essex

at the launch party of the newly designed shop for Props and Frocks

the fancy dress hire company on Monday 31st October 2011.

 

Here I was their MC, DJ and Firebreather for the evening.

The Town Crier that also breathes fire was out on Halloween night with Props and Frocks in Battlesbridge, essex

 

For better pictures of the fire breathing please go to the firebreather web site.

 

The following is an extract from the

Basildon, Billericay and Wickford Recorder

Thursday, 8 March 2012 Edition

 

"A FAMILY-RUN fancy dress business has been inundated with calls since appearing on a prime time television show.

Props and Frocks, in Rectory Lane, Battlesbridge, was featured on Alex Polizzi – the Fixer on BBC2 on Tuesday evening, which followed what it was like to be part of a family business.

The shop is run by the Wiseman family, including Adele, 44, her mother Joy, 66, son Ellis, 23 and daughter Rhys Ranson, 24, who were followed for six weeks by a camera crew and Ms Polizzi.

Adele, who manages the shop, said: “The phone hasn’t stopped ringing. We’ve had lots of people calling to say they enjoyed the programme and they would like to use us in the future."

 

 

Friday

15th July 2011

Town Crier Richard Palmer at the Lloyds TSB London 2012 Olympic Torch Tour

Chelmsford Town Crier

Richard Palmer

at the

Lloyds TSB

London Olympic Torch Tour

Visiting Chelmsford with an interactive exhibition.

The Olympic Torch Relay will be a 70 day celebration, starting in the UK on 18th May 2012, travelling thousands of miles and bringing the London 2012 Games to almost every community across the UK.

8,000 members of the public will have the once in a lifetime opportunity to carry the flame and with a message of peace, hope, respect and friendship.

 

Saturday

15th January 2011

A new and special

childrens' attraction

opened in

CHELMSFORD Essex

I was the Town Crier in Chelmsford for the opening and promotion of the new

Book Shop and Story Centre

called Just Imagine

64 - 68, New London Road,

near the back entrance to M&S and DANSK.

Just Imagine Book Shop and story Centre In Chelmsford opens saturday 15th January 2011

This great new and vibrant shop is very family friendly and the staff are an absolute pleasure to meet.

You will get a very warm welcome from people that care about your childrens' needs.

Horrid Henry The Gruffalo Chelmsford Town Crier Sarah MacIntyre Steve Cole and Nikki Gamble owner of Just Imagime Childrens' Bookshop in Chelmsford at the opening ceremony

Please go along and pay a visit to the new book shop where there is lots to do and see for your children.

The Gruffalo Chelmsford Town Crier and Horrid Henry outside Just Imagine Children's Book Shop in New London Road Chelmsford

The Grand Opening was at 11.00am and Horrid Henry and The Gruffalo were around for photos.

Horrid Henry in Chelmsford at Just Imagine Children's Book Shop and Story Centre

The Gruffalo at Just Imagine Children's Bookshop and Story Centre at 64 - 68 New London Road, Chelmsford

There were various activities with Steve Cole (Dr Who, Astrosaurs, Slim Squad) and Sarah MacIntyre (Morris the Mankiest Monster), both of whom opened the shop.

For any parents that want to bring excitement to their children's learning experiences.....

This is the place that makes learning fun for children .

This has to be the best children's book shop in town, but book shop does not do it justice.

Chelmsford Town Crier with Chelmsford's Conservative member of parliament Simon Burns MP at the opening of the new children's book shop Just Imagine

For those people that paid a visit on the opening day, I think that everyone would have enjoyed the vitality of this enterprise.

The people of Chelmsford were great to support Nikki and Neil Gamble and their team at this great new venture.

A serious note to parents

Your children will absolutely love this shop and you will enjoy your visit.

Make learning fun and visit

Just Imagine,

64 - 68, New London Road Chelmsford, Essex

Carrying on from the information above.......

I have just received an e-mail from Sarah MacIntyre who has added some fantastic pictures and details onto her web site and blog.

Here is a little snippet  from Sarah's blog, with a link

Nikki even brought in the local Town Crier and Toastmaster, Richard Palmer, to keep the party swinging. He showed us this nifty sword trick that, with a big whack, slices off the whole top of the bottle. Here he is, showing off the cork with the top of the bottle, still attached, to Steve and writer Graham Marks.

Chelmsford town crier Richard Palmer with the neck of the Champagne bottle that Neil had very neetly removed with Richard's sabre, to show his prowess and to say thank you to his guests for their help with such a great day

 

As a Town Crier Richard is pleased to offer his services to any companies or organisations who wish to promote their events with panache and style anywhere in the UK.

I may also be available for international work depending on other commitments.


Richard has appeared in Chelmsford as the Town Crier for several functions over a number of years and loves working as a town crier.

 

Richard will be pleased to talk to anyone who requires a client focused Town Crier to help promote any functions such as....

St George's Day Celebrations

Store Openings

Company Promotions

Historic Events of all types

Birthday Announcements

Aniversary Celebrations

Show Work of all types

Richard is also a

Toastmaster

Master of Ceremonies

Host Presenter

Celebrant

Richard is pleased to offer excellent professional services to discerning clients for all types of functions.

Please call at any time on

07971 409977 or Office 01245 222392

Bring your event to life and add a sparkle to give you the edge.

 

Friday 24th September

I was in Luton with

Domino's Pizza

where they celebrated their 25th anniversary in store.

Town Crier Richard Palmer outside Domino's Pizza Luton

I would like to thank all the staff at Domino's Pizza for their hospitality and kindness.

Essex Town Crier Richard Palmerin Luton with Domino's Pizza

It was really great to work with a professional team from Domino's Pizza Headquarters in Milton Keynes.

The franchisees were very pleased with the support they receive from their Headquarters and it shows in the quality of their products and how happy the teams are working together.

Very best wishes for many more happy and successful years trading.

Help the Heros - Spartan Races at Bassingbourn Barracks

( This is where I spent my 18th birthday with the 5th Royal Anglians ? years ago )

Long flame from the fire breather Richard Palmer at the Spartan Race

Spartan Races Cambridge (spartanrace.com) came to Basingbourn for a day-long competition beginning at 10am at the Army Training Regiment Bassingbourn Barracks, ROYSTON on 19th September 2010. The competition was followed by post-race heroes bbq with activities and live music, feats of strength, Spartan Combat and much more.

Although the weather was rough, it was dryish but very windy. Not the best day for Essex based fire breather Richard Palmer to work his magic at the start of each race.

This festive event welcomed the public to come and support their favorite Spartans and enjoy the live entertainment. During the whole event the atmosphere was quite fantastic. Participants ran in all sorts of attire and although conditions could have been better, everyone seemed to enjoy the occasion.

The Spartan Race Series was conceived by Cambridgeshire resident Richard Lee (former Royal Marine) and Joe Desena of Pittsfield, VT USA, who is known as the uber-sports guru and mastermind of the now-infamous 24 hour Death Race held annually in Vermont.

Race organisers were pleased to welcome around a thousand racers who were prepared to brave a short 5 km, obstacle-strewn course that included, among other things, spear throwing, mud crawls, climbing 8-foot walls, fire jumping and battling Spartan gladiators.

Richard was the Breakfast Guest at BBC Essex Radio on t he Ray Clark Breakfast Show on Wednesday 7th July 2010 at 7.00am to 9.00am

I was the sofa guest discussing the features, weather and travel whilst talking about my interests, passions in life, living in Essex, my career and opinions about some of the top stories and talking points of the day.

Its like a radio version of the ONE show

www.bbc.co.uk/essex

or tune in live on 95.3 or 103.5 FM

 

Chelmsford Town Crier

Richard is pleased to undertake any work in and around England and is getting more work as his reputation for excellence spreads.

Richard will also travel world wide for the right work.

 

I was the Town Cryer

in Cambridge on

Saturday 19th June 2010

for the grand opening of

the new

TK MAXX Store

at 12-13, Market Street

Cambridge CB2 3PA

The new TK Maxx store, the second in the area, features over 30,000 sq ft/ 2790 sq metres of famous label fashions for women, men and kids as well as gifts, accessories, home and toys - all at up to 60% off the RRP in the city centre.

Cambridge

What a fabulous city!

What wonderful people!

What a day!

Redhill, Surrey

Saturday 26th June 2010

Some of the great staff at Betfred in Redhill Surrey with the Town Crier, Richard Palmer

Saturday 26th June 2010

I was the Town Crier

in Redhill, Surrey

advertising BetFred's

special deals on bets placed

for England's results

Richard Palmer, Toastmaster, Town Crier and Master of Ceremonies in Redhill, Surrey

Betfred are at

48, Station Road,

Redhill, Surrey

Some of the locals at the local really got stuck in and enjoyed themselves. Great people and fun town at Redhill, Surrey

Thank you for your hospitality and kindness on the day and your text saying thanks for all your help from Dee, the manager at the betting shop.

The people of Redhill were great to meet and some even rang my bell.

When someone asks if they can have a go and be a Town Crier I always would like them to try.

It always helps to get the locals involved.

Some have never seen or heard of a Town Crier before.

 

 

 

Town Crier for Hire   with a bell and a loud voice

I am available to travel anywhere in the UK and world wide.

Richard is also a Toastmaster and founder member of

The English Toastmasters Association

and will be pleased to look after you for your special occasion.

Toastmaster for all Occasions

01245 222392 Office    07971 409977 Mobile    01245 225511 Home

 

The town sign for Celmsford

A very warm welcome from

The Chelmsford City Crier

as was the Chelmsford Town Crier

This site is destined, in part, to become a site dedicated to all that is special and interesting in and around Chelmsford and Essex. This site is owned and operated by Richard Palmer.

 

Helping to make things happen with kindness and dignity

 

Regents Park, London was the scene of the LGN's inter advertising 5K  The 7th annual LGN Inter Advertising 5k was held in Regents Park again this year on Thursday 5th September 2013. Next year the plans are already in place for the 8th annual 5k run to be held on 4th September.

LGN Wellbeing Ltd has developed long term client relationships by successfully integrating cost effective LGN Run Club services into leading blue chip organisations employee wellbeing programmes.

The impressive LGN client portfolio includes BP, M&C Saatchi, Coca Cola, Jones Lang LaSalle, Pernod Ricard, OMD International, Investec, Bacardi, DDB UK, TMW, McCann Erickson, TBWA, Omnicom Media, Cushman & Wakefield, Euro RSCG, Red Brick Road, BBH, Haymarkey, Publicis, Grey London, MediaEdge:CIA, CVHI & Partners and Jardine Lloyd Thompson

Created in dual response to increasing corporate requirement for cost effective employee health provision and rising number of new runners requesting coaching advice, LGN's services are increasingly on the radar of organisations prioritising their wellbeing provision.

Do a runner with LGN   

The picture above left shows Richard as the town crier from Chelmsford with Ben Pochee who is the organiser and well respected trainer at LGN.

“We have worked with Richard on a couple of occasions now, the last one being an event with 5 x Town Criers at the same venue.  I have found him to be completely professional, going above and beyond what is required of him.  Our Client’s have also commented on how fantastic they were and for that we have no hesitation in recommending Richard or using him for future events.  He is an absolute joy to work with and I can’t wait to work with him again”.

All the best, Alison. For & on behalf of ES Promotions.

( Thank you Alison - You do not normally get a testimonial from your agent, but you are also great to work with. )

There is no sponsorship for this site and I am dedicating all the information here to help people understand why Chelmsford is a very special city.

We are lucky to have such a wonderful heritage to enjoy, here in the city of Chelmsford.

I will add more photos to this site and hope to show why Chelmsford shines through as the city in Essex with many very splendid visitor attractions for our County.

I am lucky to work in and around Essex and also to travel to many other locations where a man with a bell, a voice, a kind and caring attitude and presence is required to make an impact. Cambridge is fantastic to work in and the tourists love to see the uniform and have their pictures taken with me.

( I do not however jump in with them ). An honour indeed, to be asked to pose for the photos.

 

Shire Hall Chelmsford, Essex If you have any information about forthcoming events or interesting information about Chelmsford's history, please feel free to share it through this site.  Please e-mail to info@thetoastmaster.co.uk

Richard Palmer was appointed to work in Chelmsford as the Town Crier by Essex County Council together with Essex Police, Chelmsford Prison Service and the Crown Prosecution Service in 2008.  Richard then made his first appearance as town crier in September 2008 and appeared again on 13th September 2009.

Working in conjunction with the Essex Police Museum and the Prison Service, Shire Hall was the scene for visitors who went on a trip into the past to see the types of punishments criminals used to receive as part of a much larger public open day and special event partnered by English Heritage. In 2010 the English Heritage Heritage Open Days fell between 9th to 12th September and in 2011 the Heritage Open Days were 8-11 September. This was England's annual celebration of local history, architecture and culture, where sites all over the country were open for visitors with no door entry charges.

The picture above right shows the Shire Hall at the top of the High Street.

Town criers from The English Toastmasters Association in Ipswich for the launch of All About Ipswich App

Part of our team of town criers from The English Toastmasters Association working in Ipswich on Wednesday 10th April 2013 to lanunch a new App for All About Ipswich.

Free download is available from www.allaboutipswich.com or the App Store.

From left to right we have J. C., Keith Bone, Richard Palmer, Chris Bradley and Ralph Heijmer.

Great day, great guys and lovely clients. I have never seen five town criers work together on a project before for the same client, in the same town on the same day.

Quite an experience when we are all crying in unison.  The filming for the advert after two hours in the town crying was different and we made it fun.

Our support team for the day included Linda Palmer and Sara.

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Chelmsford Cathedral, Chelmsford, Essex On Sunday 14th September 2008 and Sunday 13th September 2009 visitors to Shire Hall in Chelmsford were able to climb aboard a modern prisoner transport vehicle currently in use by SERCO.  Modern transport vehicles can contain six to eight individuals cells and vistors were able to feel what it is like to be taken to and from courts and jails under escort.

Those wanting to truly get into the spirit of incarceration could even try on paper pants prisoners are made to wear.  In order to help everyone better understand how and why the criminal justice system evolved, staff from Chelmsford prison staged a re-enactment of a public execution.

From the prisoners historical archive, they brought gallows and other artefacts of the hangmans trade, including a noose, leather cuffs and gloves.  Members of the public could take a closer look at these items from thr past, and see the prison staff take the roles of a condemned prisoner, Govenor, Chaplain, Prisoner Escort and hangman.

There was a fantastic falcanry flying display in the County Room on the first floor of Shire Hall with two birds actually flying in front of visitors in that room. This display was put on by the prison service who brought three birds to the exhibition for the static display. Visitors to that demonstration had a very rare treat and the children who the European Eagle Owl flew over will probably never forget the experience.

The Picture above left is of our wonderful Chelmsford Cathedral sited between Duke Street and New Street.

Grammar School, Chelmsford, Essex Three times during the day and performed in costume, visitors had the rare opportunity to see something that was at one time a regular occurance outside Shire Hall.

Inside Shire Hall, Essex Police Museum visitors learnt about some of the most famous Essex trials and their infamous defendants.  In the cells and tunnel underneath Shire Hall, there were displays of restraint gear and tours of the cell complex including the Edwardian tunnel that once led to the old police station on the corner of Waterloo Lane.

The picture above right shows the King Edward VI Grammar School in Broomfield Road.

Chelmsford Museum, Essex In the family court visitors were able to feast their eyes on an incredible array of paraphernalia from confiscated weapons to photographs of the stars of the original film of porridge, which was filmed at Chelmsford Prison.

Visitors were able to see first hand how the police and prison staff use riot prevention gear and learn just how incredible the nose of a sniffer dog really is. The Prison Service also showed visitors what a modern prison cell is like, and how prisoners now take part in a range of activities aimed at helping rehabilitate them into society, turning them away from a life of crime. This Heritage Open Days were part of the Year of Culture in Essex

The picture above left shows Chelmsford Museum near the top of Moulsham Street.

"We're are pleased to be able to have this opportunity to have linked up with Essex County Council in 2008 to give the people of Essex an insight into the past of Chelmsford Prison, while also making them better informed about the modern Prison Service, and how we work with offenders to turn them away from further offending"  Lindsay Whitehouse - Deputy Governor of Chelmsford Prison.

To book Richard's services as your town crier

please call him on

01245 222392 or 07971 409977 at any time

 

Richard appeared as Chelmsford's Town Crier

on An English Heritage Open Day Event in association with the Essex Justice Board, Essex Police, Essex County Council and Essex Prison Service on Sunday 13th September 2009

Inside Justice - Your criminal justice system was unveiled at Chelmsford's Shire Hall and HM Prison Chelmsford and was free for all the family!!

Visitors discovered how Shire Hall has been linked to criminal justice in Essex for almost two centuries and witnessed a mock court hearing, re-enactment of a 19th century execution, control and restraint demonstrations and birds of prey, trained by young offenders

 

They also met dogs and handlers from Essex Police Dog Unit and were able to go into a mock prison cell - and discover how prisoners live and how prisoners are transported in a SERCO escort vehicle.

Displays of historic items from Essex Police Museum were also on view in the County Room as well as a display showing the history of Springfield County Gaol

Visitors were able to see how youth justice has changed over 100 years and there was also a display of artwork by Essex prisoners - on sale in aid of Victim Support in Essex

Visitors were able to try

Chelmsford town crier outside the Shire Hall

What it was like to be in the stocks

The courtroom game

Dressing up in historic clothing

The Criminal Justice Board Challenge

and hear

Historic Essex tales told by a professional storyteller which were

suitable for all the family

 

About Richard and why he is passionate about life and living in Chelmsford

Richard Palmer is also a very experienced toastmaster and is a founder member of The English Toastmasters Association.  If you are looking for a wedding toastmaster or a toastmaster for any type of function then please feel free to contact me.

England is blessed with an excellent Association for Toastmasters, who have around 12 members here in Essex.  For an excellent toastmaster to look after your function please visit www.englishtoastmasters.co.uk and choose one of our members to take care of you.

Our Trafalgar Day Meeting on 21st October 2008 at The County Hotel, Rainsford Road, Chelmsford, and another excellent picture of some of our members from Dave Court. Thank you for all your help Dave and for an excellent presentation entitled "My mates in the wedding business". 

If only more people in this business understood the value of strategic alliances, there would be stronger teams out there to give better performance for their clients at functions. Our members certainly appreciated your enlightening presentation and I know they all would enjoy working with you. 

David Court's work is first class and you will be guaranteed a quality and fun photo shoot at your wedding, when using his services. Talk to David about his dream team and to make sure that you get the day of your dreams and memories that you will cherish forever.

 

wedding toasmasters meeting for member toastmasters of The English Toastmasters Association

 

There was a special meeting for our member toastmasters on Trafalgar Day, Tuesday 21st October 2008 at The County Hotel, Rainsford Road, Chelmsford.  The meeting started at 10.30am, although reception was from 9.00am and some of us were there for an early breakfast.

The meeting finished at 5.00pm after an interesting afternoon and a very enjoyable lunch.

The headquarters of the English Toastmasters Association is based in Danbury, just outside Chelmsford and our National meetings have now been held in Chelmsford for the last four years.  The County Hotel in Rainsford Road is an excellent venue for our meetings and is highly recommended for any corporate events where you are looking for quality service and excellent value for money.

The picture below is of the installation of our first Honorary Fellow Member of the English Toastmasters Association, Patrick Stevenson, who is the great grandson of William Knightsmith, the first toastmaster to wear the red tailcoat.  Here Patrick is shown receiving his certificate of Honorary Fellow Membership from Lord of the Manor of Romans Fee, Writtle, Essex Richard Oscroft MBE.  Richard also just happens to be the grandson in law of Harold Dean, the next distinguished toastmaster who wrote the book, My Lords, Ladies and Gentlemen. Patrick has been made a Fellow due to his kindness to our Association and his help with our research into the history of this profession.  His twin brother Richard is also being offered an honorary fellowship of our Association.  We are most grateful for their help, support and kindness to our Association.  Patrick delivered an excellent and very interesting presentation about the life of his great grandfather at our Gt. George's Day Meeting.

Hon. Fellow of the English Toastmasters Association Patrick Stevenson receiving his fellowship certificate from Lord of the Manor of Romans Fee, Writtle, Essex, Richard Oscroft MBE

The picture above was taken by David Islip of David Islip Photography

Thank you David for your support with our National Meeting and all you ongoing help.

A note to thank you for your hospitality yesterday at the toastmasters’ lunch. It was very enjoyable and informative so I now have more knowledge of the organisation .Thanks again and speak soon. Stuart Rawlings

English Toastmasters Association

Toastmasters from the English Toastmasters Association on the way from Chelmsford's County Hotel to offer greetings and best wishes to the people of Essex with a presentation to the Chairman of Essex County Council at County Hall. This presentation was to thank all those concerned with the celebration of St. George's Day, 23rd April 2009. Our thanks go to David Islip of David Islip Photography for his help at our celebrations and for the photo above.

St George' Day presentation to the Mayor and Mayoress of Chelmsford by Lord of the Manor of Romans Fee, Writtle, Richard Oscroft MBE 

More details will follow about our fantastic day when we visited the Chairman of Essex County Council and had lunch with the Mayor and Mayoress of Chelmsford. 

Our grateful thanks for your time and kindness.

The Chairman of Essex County Council receiving a good wishes letter from the Royal Society of St. George, delivered by the English Toastmasters Association

It was great to have the support from David Islip Photography.  David kindly helped with the training at our meeting and was our official photographer for the day.

Excellent venue to celebrate New Year's Eve 2012 in Chelmsford

The best food and entertainment will ensure that you have a night to remember!

Essex wedding mobile disco at the County Hotel, Chelmsford for weddings and parties.

***  New Year's Eve 31st December 2014 ***

***  The Classic Nomad Disco and Light Show Experience  ***

will be appearing at

  ***  The County Hotel, Rainsford Road, Chelmsford, Essex  ***

The Classic Nomad Disco & Light Show Experience are delighted to appear at the

County Hotel Chelmsford for another stunning New Year's Eve Party 2014

 

Essex toastmaster Richard Palmer pouring champagne for the bride and bridegroom outside Great Baddow Church, Essex

 

Essex wedding toastmaster- Richard Palmer pouring champagne for the bride and bridegroom outside St. Mary's Church, Great Baddow, Essex. Photograph is courtesy of

Essex Wedding Photographer David Court 

 

 

Essex mobile wedding disco at Channels Golf and Country Club, near Chelmsford

 

 

 

 

 

Essex wedding disco, bride and bridegroom's first dance

 

If you are getting married in or around Essex and are looking for an Essex wedding disco for your special day please contact -

The Classic Nomad Disco & Light Show Experience for further details.

 

 

 

 

To book Richard's services as your town crier

please call him on

01245 222392 or 07971 409977 at any time

 

 

Richard often appears as Chelmsford's Town, now City Crier

 

but will travel where ever you need him

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Essex Towns and Villages

Here is a list of all of the towns and villages that are in Essex.

Over a period of time I will try to establish a connection with photographs and information, between each of the towns and villages around Chelmsford and how the County Town plays an important part in supporting the rural community

Abberton, Abbess Beauchamp and Berners R, Abbess End, Abbess Roding, Abridge, Acreland Green, Aimes Green, Aingers Green, Aldham, Almshouse Green, Alphamstone, Alresford, Althorne, Althorne Barns, Alton Park, Amberden End, Ardleigh, Ardley End, Arkesden, Ashdon, Asheldham, Ashen, Ashingdon, Audley End, Aveley, Aythorpe Roding, Bacon End, Bailey Hill, Baldwins Hill, Ballards Gore, Balls Green, Balstonia, Bambers Green, Bannister Green, Bardfield End Green, Bardfield Saling, Barling, Barling Magna, Barnston, Bartholomew Green, Basildon, Bata Estate, Bathside, Battlesbridge, Baythorn End, Beadle Common, Beauchamp Roding, Beaulieu Camp, Beaumont-Cum-Moze, Beazley End, Beckers Green, Beddalls End, Bedells End, Bedlars Green, Beeleigh, Begrums, Belchamp Otten, Belchamp St Paul, Belchamp Walter, Belhus, Benfleet, Bentfield, Bentfield End, Bentfield Green, Berden, Berners Roding, Bicknacre, Bicknacre Common, Billericay, Birch, Birch Green, Birch Wood, Birchall Corner, Birchanger, Bird Green, Birdbrook, Birds Green, Bishops Green, Black Notley, Blackheath, Blackmore, Blackmore End, Blacksmiths Corner, Blackwater, Blasford Hill, Boarstye Green, Bobbingworth, Bocking, Bocking Church Street, Bocking Place, Bockings Elm, Boisfield, Boreham, Borley, Borley Green, Bosted Heath, Bournebridge, Bournes Green, Bovingdon, Bower Hill, Bowers Gifford, Boxted, Boyton Cross, Boyton End, Bradfield, Bradfield Heath, Bradwell, Bradwell Waterside, Bradwell-on-Sea, Braintree, Braintree Green, Braiswick, Bran End, Brentwood, Brewers End, Brick End, Brickkiln Green, Bridge End, Bridge Green, Bridgefoot, Brightlingsea, Broad Green, Broad Street, Broad Street Green, Broadley Common, Broads Green, Bromley Cross, Brook End, Brook Street, Brookend, Brooklands, Broomfield, Broxted, Buckhurst Hill, Building End, Bulmer, Bulmer Tye, Bulphan, Bulphan High Bank, Bumbles Green, Bures, Bures Hamlet, Burnham-on-Crouch, Burnt Heath, Burnt Mill, Burntmill Corner, Burntwood End, Burrsville Park, Burton End, Burtons Green, Burwood Estate, Bush End, Bush End Common, Bushfair, Bushy Hill, Bustard Green, Butts Green, Buttsbury, Cambridge Town, Canes, Canewdon, Canfield End, Cannons Green, Canterbury Tye, Canvey Island, Carters Green, Castle Hedingham, Catmere End, Causeway End, Chadwell St Mary, Chalks Green, Chalkwell, Chapel End, Chapel End Way, Chapel Hill, Chappel, Chatham Green, Chatley, Chatter End, Chaureth Green, Chelmsford, Cherry Row, Chickney, Chignall, Chignall Smealey, Chigwell, Chigwell Row, Childerditch Street, Chipping Ongar, Chippinghill, Chisbon Heath, Chitts Hills, Chrishall, Chrishall Green, Church End, Church Gate Street, Church Hill, Churchend, Clacton, Clacton-on-Sea, Clatterford End, Clavering, Claydons Green, Cloghams Green, Cobblers Green, Cobbs Fenn, Cock Clarks, Cock Green, Coggeshall, Coggeshall Hamlet, Colchester, Cold Norton, Cole End, Colliers Hatch, Colne Engaine, Colneford Hill, Common Side, Cooks Green, Cooksmill Green, Coopersale Common, Coopersale Street, Copford, Copford Green, Coppins Wick, Copthall Green, Cornish Hall End, Cornsland, Corringham, Coryton, Courtsend, Cow Common, Cowey Green, Coxtie Green, Craigs End, Crawley End, Crays Hill, Creeksea, Cressing, Cripple Corner, Crockleford Heath, Crondon, Cross End, Crow Green, Crows Green, Cuckingstool End, Curling Tye Green, Curtis Mill Green, Cutlers Green, Daisy Green, Dalethorpe, Dammer Wick, Danbury, Daw Street, Daws Heath, Debden, Debden Green, Dedham, Deers Green, Delvin End, Dengie, Dewes Green, Didgemere Common, Dobbs Weir, Doddinghurst, Dovercourt, Dry Street, Duck End, Duck End Green, Duck Lane, Duck Street, Duddenhoe End, Dunton, Duton Hill, Dyers End, Earls Colne, East Donyland, East End, East Hanningfield, East Hanningfield Common, East Mersea, East Tilbury, Eastend, Eastend Green, Easthorpe, Eastmarsh Point, Eastwood, Edney Common, Eight Ash Green, Elder Street, Eldridge, Elkins Green, Ellis Green, Elmdon, Elmstead, Elmstead Heath, Elmstead Market, Elmstead Row, Elsenham, Elsenham Cross, Endway, Epping, Epping Green, Epping Upland, Eves Corner, Fairstead, Fanners Green, Farmbridge End, Farnham, Farnham Green, Farther Howegreen, Faulkbourne, Feering, Felsted, Fiddlers Hamlet, Finchingfield, Fingringhoe, Finkle Green, Fishers Green, Fobbing, Folly Green, Ford End, Ford Street, Fordham, Fordham Heath, Forrys Green, Foster Street, Foulness, Fox Hatch, Fox Street, Foxearth, Frating, Frating Green, Frinton and Walton, Frinton-on-Sea, Frogs Green, Fuller Street, Fullers End, Fyfield, Gainsford End Or Quys Green, Gall End, Galleyend, Galleywood, Galleywood Common, Gallow Green, Gaston Common, Gaston Green, Gaunts End, Gay Bowers, Gestingthorpe, Giffins End, Golden Cross, Goldhanger, Goldstones, Good Easter, Goose Green, Gooseberry Green, Gore Pit, Gosfield, Grange Hill, Gransmoor (Gransmore, Grass Green, Grays, Grays Chalk Quarries, Grays Thurrock, Great and Little Leighs, Great and Little Wigborough, Great Baddow, Great Bardfield, Great Bentley, Great Braxted, Great Bromley, Great Burstead, Great Burstead and South Green, Great Burwood, Great Canfield, Great Chesterford, Great Clacton, Great Dunmow, Great Easton, Great Hallingbury, Great Henny, Great Holland, Great Holland Common, Great Horkesley, Great Leighs, Great Maplestead, Great Oakley, Great Oxney Green, Great Parndon, Great Potton, Great Saling, Great Sampford, Great Stambridge, Great Tarpots, Great Tey, Great Totham, Great Wakering, Great Waltham, Great Warley Street, Great Wigborough, Great Yeldham, Green Street, Greenleaves, Greenstead, Greenstead Green, Greenstead Green and Halstead, Greensted, Greensted Green, Gubbions Green, Hadleigh, Hadstock, Hall Common, Hall Green, Hallingbury Street, Halls Green, Halstead, Hambro, Hamperden End, Hampits, Hanging Hill, Hanover Square, Hardings Elms, Hardys Green, Hare Green, Hare Street, Harknetts Gate, Harlow Tye, Hartford End, Harwich, Hastingwood, Hatfield Broad Oak, Hatfield Green, Hatfield Heath, Hatfield Peverel, Havengore, Hawbush Green, Hawkspur Green, Hawkwell, Hazeleigh, Hazelend, Helions Bumpstead, Hellmans Cross, Hempstead, Henham, Herongate, Heybridge, Heybridge Basin, High Beech, High Easter, High Garrett, High Laver, High Ongar, High Park Corner, High Roding, High Roothing, High Street Green, Highwood, Highwood Quarter, Hill Green, Hobbs Cross, Hockley, Hodings, Holbrook, Holden End, Holders Green, Holland on Sea, Holyfield, Hook End, Hope End Green, Hopes Green, Hordon on the Hill, Horkesley Heath, Horndon on the Hill, Horne Row, Hornestreet, Horseman Side, Horsley Cross, Hou Hatch, Hounslow Green, Housham Tye, How Green, Howe Green, Howe Street, Howegreen, Howlett End, Hullbridge, Hurst Green, Hutton, Hyde Green, Hythe Maltings, Ingatestone and Fryerning, Ingrave, Ingrave Green, Ivy Chimneys, Jaspers Green, Jay Wick, Kedington End, Keeres Green, Kelvedon, Kelvedon Common, Kelvedon Hatch, Kelvedon Hatch Common, Killems Green, Kirby Cross, Kirby le Soken, Knowl Green, Knox End, Laindon, Lamarsh, Lamb Corner, Lambourne, Lambourne End, Landermere, Langdon Hills, Langenhoe, Langford, Langham, Langham Moor, Langham Wick, Langley, Langley Green, Latchingdon, Latchmore Common, Latton, Lawford, Layer Breton, Layer Marney, Layer-de-la-Haye, Leaden Roding, Leadon Roding, Lee Chapel, Leigh Beck, Leigh on Sea, Leigh-on-Sea, Levels Green, Lexden, Lexden Heath, Lindsell, Lindsey Street, Linford, Linford End, Liston, Liston Hall, Little Baddow, Little Bardfield, Little Bentley, Little Braxted, Little Bromley, Little Burstead, Little Cambridge, Little Canfield, Little Chesterford, Little Clacton, Little Common, Little Dunmow, Little Easton, Little End, Little Hallingbury, Little Henny, Little Horkesley, Little Laver, Little London, Little Maplestead, Little Oakley, Little Oxney Green, Little Parndon, Little Potton, Little Sampford, Little Stambridge, Little Tey, Little Thurrock, Little Totham, Little Wakering, Little Walden, Little Waltham, Little Warley, Little Yeldham, Littlebury, Littlebury Green, Littley Green, Long Gardens, Loughton, Loves Green, Low Hill, Low Street, Lower Bobbingworth Green, Lower Dovercourt, Lower Green, Lower Nazeing, Lower Pond Street, Lower Road, Loyters Green, Lucking Street, Magdalen Green, Magdalen Laver, Maggots End, Maldon, Mallows Green, Malting Green, Mangapps, Manningtree, Manor Villas, Manuden, Marden Ash, Margaret Roding, Margaretting, Margaretting Tye, Mark Hall, Marks Hall, Marks Tey, Marylands, Mashbury, Matching, Matching Green, Matching Tye, Mayland, Maypole End, Messing-Cum-Inworth, Middle Common, Middleton, Middlewick, Milch Hill, Mill Green, Mill Hill, Millbeach, Millend Green, Millers Green, Millfield, Millhide Common, Minnow End, Mistley, Mistley Heath, Molehill Green, Monk Street, Moreton, Motts Green, Moulsham, Mount Bures, Mount End, Mountnessing, Mucking, Muckingford, Mulberry Green, Mundon, Myland, Navestock, Navestock Side, Naze Park, Nazeing, Nazeing Gate, Nazeing Marsh, Nazeingwood Common, Needham Green, Nether Street, Netteswell, Netteswell Cross, Nevendon, New England, New Mistley, New Quay, New Thundersley, Newlands, Newmans End, Newney Green, Newport, Newton Green, Nightingales Fields, Nine Ashes, Noblesgreen, North Benfleet, North End, North Fambridge, North Shoebury, North Weald Bassett, Northend, Northey Island, Norton End, Norton Heath, Norton Mandeville, Nounsley, Nupers Hatch, Old House, Ongar, Orsett, Osea Island, Ostend, Ostlers Green, Ovington, Oxen End, Oxney Green, Padhams Green, Padlers End, Paglesham, Pale Green, Panfield, Park Green, Parkers Corner, Parkeston, Parkeston Quay, Parsonage Green, Parsons Heath, Partridge Green, Paslow Wood Common, Passingford Bridge, Pattiswick Green, Peartree Green, Pebmarsh, Peldon, Penny Pot, Pentlow, Perry Green, Philpot End, Pierce Williams, Pig Street, Pilgrims Hatch, Pitsea, Pleasant Valley, Pledgdon, Pledgdon Green, Pleshey, Point Clear, Pollards Cross, Pool Street, Porters Town, Potter Street, Potton Island, Potts Green, Pouches, Powershall End, Princesgate, Priors Green, Prittlewell, Purleigh, Purlshill, Purton End, Puttock End, Puttocks End, Pyes Green, Queens Park, Quendon and Rickling, Quendon Street, Quickbury, Quys Green Or Gainsford End, Radley Green, Radleys End, Radwinter, Radwinter End, Ramsden, Ramsden Bellhouse, Ramsden Crays, Ramsden Heath, Ramsey and Parkeston, Ranks Green, Ravens Green, Rawreth, Rayleigh, Rayne, Redhill, Rettendon, Rettendon Common, Richmonds Green, Rickling Green, Ridgewell, Ringtail Green, Rivenhall, Rivenhall End, Road Common, Roast Green, Robinhood End, Rochford, Rodbridge Corner, Rogers End, Rolphy Green, Rook End, Roost End, Rose Green, Rotten End, Roundbush Green, Row Green, Row Heath, Rowhedge, Roxwell, Roydon, Roydon Hamlet, Rudley Green, Runsell Green, Runsell Hall Estate, Runwell, Rush Green, Rushley Green, Rye Hill, Sabines Green, Saffron Walden, Salcott, Sallets Green, Sand Hill, Sandon, Sandy Common, Sergeants Green, Sewards End, Sewardstone, Sewardstonebury, Shalford, Sheepcote Green, Sheering, Shell Haven, Shelley, Shellow Bowells, Shenfield, Shoeburyness, Shotgate, Shrub End, Sible Hedingham, Sibleys Green, Silver End, Skips Corner, Skye Green, Smiths Green, South Benfleet, South Green, South Hanningfield, South Heath, South Ockenden, South Stifford, South Weald, South Woodham Ferrers, Southchurch, Southend-on-Sea, Southey Green, Southminster, Southwoodham Green, Spains End, Springfield, St Botolphs, St Lawrence, St Osyth, St Vincents Hamlet, Stagden Cross, Stambourne, Stambourne Green, Stambridge, Stammers Green, Stanbrook, Stanesgate, Stanford le Hope, Stanford Rivers, Stansted Mountfitchet, Stanway, Stanway Green, Stapleford Abbotts, Stapleford Tawney, Starlings Green, Starthill, Stebbing, Steeple, Steeple Bumpstead, Stevington End, Stewards Green, Stickling Green, Stifford, Stifford Clays, Stisted, Stock, Stocking Green, Stockstreet, Stondon Massey, Stone, Stones Green, Stoneyhills, Stow Maries, Strethall, Stroud Green, Sturmer, Sucksted Green, Sunnymede, Sutton, Swallows Cross, Swan Street, Takeley, Takeley Street, Taverners Green, Tednambury, Temple End, Tendring, Tendring Green, Tendring Heath, Tenpenny Hill, Terling, Terlings, Thames Haven, Thaxted, The Downs, The Homesteads, The Hythe, Theydon Bois, Theydon Garnon, Theydon Grove, Theydon Mead, Theydon Mount, Thorndon Park, Thornwood, Thornwood Common, Thorpe Bay, Thorpe Maltings, Thorpe-le-Soken, Thorrington, Thorrington Heath, Threaders Green, Thrushes Bush, Thunderley, Thundersley, Tilbury, Tilbury Docks, Tilbury Green, Tilbury Hill, Tilbury Juxta Clare, Tilegate Green, Tilekiln Green, Tilkey, Tillingham, Tilty, Tindon End, Tinkers Green, Tiptree, Tiptree Heath, Tollesbury, Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Tolleshunt Knights, Tolleshunt Major, Toothill, Toppesfield, Totham Hill, Town Mead, Trapstreet, Trinity Square, Tumblers Green, Twinstead, Tye Green, Tylers Green, Tysea Hill, Ugley, Ugley Green, Ulting, Up End, Upper Bobbingworth Green, Upper Dovercourt, Upper Green, Upper Kirby, Upper Pond Street, Upshire, Vange, Virley, Wakes Colne, Wallasea Island, Walls Green, Waltham Abbey, Waltham New Town, Walthams Cross, Walton-on-the-Naze, Waltons, Warley Common, Wasses Corner, Water End, Waterhale, Waterhouse, Waterside, Wattons Green, Weald Gullet, Weeley, Weeley Heath, Weir, Wenden Lofts, Wendens Ambo, West Bergholt, West Hanningfield, West Mersea, West Thurrock, West Tilbury, Westcliff on Sea, Westlands, Wethersfield, White Colne, White Hall, White Notley, White Roding, White Roothing, Whiteash Green, Whiteditch Field, Whitehorse, Wicken Bonhunt, Wickford, Wickham Bishops, Wickham St Paul, Widdington, Widford, Wiggens Green, Willingale, Willingale Doe, Willingale Spain, Willows Green, Wimbish, Wimbish Green, Wimbush, Windmill Hill, Winter Gardens, Witham, Wivenhoe, Wivenhoe Cross, Wix, Wix Cross, Wix Green, Wood Green, Woodend, Woodend Green, Woodfield, Woodgates End, Woodham Ferrers and Bicknacre, Woodham Mortimer, Woodham Walter, Woodhatch, Woodhill, Woodland Green, Woodrow, Woodside, Woodside Green, Workhouse Corner, Wormingford, Wrabness, Wrights Green, Writtle, Wyatts Green, Wynbarns, Youngs End

 

Essex Wedding Venues

  • Tel 01708 688396 Abridge Golf and Country Club
    Epping Lane, Stapleford Tawney, Essex, RM4 1ST
  • Tel 01277 373828 Ashwells Sports & Country Club
    Ashwells Road, Bentley, Brentwood, CM15 9SE
  • Tel 01799 529403 Audley End House
    Saffron Walden, Essex, CB11 4JF
  • Tel 01277 366687 / 362502 Blake Hall
    Ongar , Essex, CM5 0DG
  • Tel 01621 855628 Boreham House
    Main Road, Boreham, Essex, CM3 3HY
  • Tel 01376 352266 Braintree Town Hall
    Market Square, Braintree, Essex, CM7 3YG
  • Tel 01621 892305 Braxted Park Estate
    Braxted, Witham, Essex, CM8 3EN
  • Tel 01279 817056 Bury Lodge
    Bury Lodge Lane, Stanstead Airport, Essex, CM24 8QE
  • Tel 01245 440005 Channels Golf Club
    Belsteads Farm Lane, Little Waltham, Essex, CM3 3PT
  • Tel 01206 734301 Clarice House Colchester at Kingsford Park
    Layer Road, Kingsford, Colchester, CO2 0HS
  • Tel 01206 500900 Colchester Arts Centre
    Church Street, Colchester, CO1 1NF
  • Tel 01787 224343 Colne Valley Golf Club
    Station Road, Earls Colne, Colchester,Essex, CO1 1QT
  • Tel 01376 572643 Crabbs Barn
    Cranes Lane, Kelvedon, Essex, CO5 9AX
  • Tel 01621 783169 Creeksea Place
    Ferry Road, Creeksea, Burnham-on-Crouch, CM0 8PJ
  • Tel 01376 584903 Cressing Temple
    Witham Road, Braintree, Essex, CM7 8PD
  • Tel 01268 559772 Cromwell Manor
    Watt Tyler, Pitsea, Essex, SS16 4UH
  • Tel 01277 841115 Crondon Park Golf Club
    Stock Road, Stock, Ingatestone, CM4 9DP
  • Tel 01277 226418 De-Rougemont Manor
    Great Warley Street, Warley, Brentwood, Essex, CM13 3P
  • Tel 01279 731441 Down Hall Country House Hotel
    Matching Lane, Hatfield Heath, Bishops Stortford, Herts, CM22 7AS
  • Tel 01255 220450 Esplanade Hotel
    27/29 Marine Parade East, Clacton-On-Sea , Essex, CO15 1UU
  • Tel 01702 279955 Essex County Hotel
    Aviation Way, Southend on Sea, Essex, SS2 6UL
  • Tel 01376 324555 Fennes Estate
    Fennes Road, Bocking, Braintree, CM7 5PL
  • Tel 01621 868888 Five Lakes Hotel
    Colchester Road, Tolleshunt Knights, Maldon, CM9 8XH
  • Tel 01621 891406 Forrester Park
    Beckingham Road, Great Totham, Nr Maldon, Essex, CM9 8EA
  • Tel 01268 543222 Friern Manor Country House Hotel
    Lower Dunton Road, Dunton, Brentwood, CM13 3SL
  • Tel 07863 101517 Frinton on Sea Cricket Club
    Ashlyns Road, Frinton on Sea, CO13 9ET
  • Tel 01277 355111 Furze Hill Banqueting Suite
    Ivy Barn Lane, Margaretting , Essex, CM4 0EW
  • Tel 01992 560830 Gaynes Park Barns
    Gaynes Park, Epping, Essex, CM16 7RT
  • Tel 01992 578332 Gills Farm
    Epping Upland, Epping, Essex, CM16 6PL
  • Tel 01787 472914 Gosfield Hall
    Gosfield, Halstead, Essex, CO9 1SF
  • Tel 01279 506475 Great Hallingbury Manor
    Great Hallingbury, Bishops Stortford, Herts, CM22 7TJ
  • Tel 01277 829990 Greenwoods Estate
    Stock Road, Stock, Essex, CM4 9BE
  • Tel 01277 811235 Halfway House
    Southend Arterial Road, Brentwood, CM13 3LL
  • Tel 01787 463862 Hedingham Castle
    Castle Hedingham, Essex, CO9 3DJ
  • Tel 08704 009003 Holiday Inn Basildon
    Cranes Farm Road, Basildon, Essex, SS14 3DG
  • Tel 08704 009012 Holiday Inn Brentwood
    Brook Street, Brentwood, Essex, CM14 5NF
  • Tel 08704 009020 Holiday Inn Colchester
    Abbotts Lane, Eight Ash Green, Colchester, CO6 3QL
  • Tel 01702 559980 Hollywood Restaurant
    140 Shipwrights Drive, Benfleet, Essex, SS7 1RF
  • Tel 01277 231439 Hutton Poplars Hall
    Poplar Drive, Hutton, Brentwood, Essex, CM13 1YU
  • Tel 01245 496800 Hylands House
    Hylands Park, Near Writtle, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 8WQ
  • Tel 01277 353040 Ivy Hill Hotel
    Writtle Road, Margaretting, Ingatestone, CM4 0EH
  • Tel 01702 551125 La Quinta
    22-28 Benfleet Road, Benfleet, Essex, SS7 1QB
  • Tel 01206 330784 Layer Marney Tower
    Near Colchester, Essex, CO5 9US
  • Tel 01206 323778 Le Talbooth Restaurant
    Gun Hill, Dedham, Essex, CO7 6HP
  • Tel 01245 362 555 Leez Priory
    Leez Lane, Hartford End, Chelmsford,Essex, CM3 1JP
  • Tel 01371 872857 Little Easton Manor
    Park Road, Little Easton, Dunmow, CM6 2JN
  • Tel 01279 726554 Little Hallingbury Mill
    Old Mill Lane, Gaston Green, Nr Bishops Stortford, CM22 7QT
  • Tel 01245 325959 Lords Golf & Country Club
    Hullbridge Road, Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 9QS
  • Tel 01245 231515 Maidens Barn
    Maidens Farm, High Easter, Chelmsford, Essex, CM3 1HU
  • Tel 07711 197947 Maison Renouf
    Bradley way, Rochford, Essex, SS4 1BU
  • Tel 01206 322367 Maison Talbooth Hotel
    Stratford Road, Dedham, Colchester, CO7 8HN
  • Tel 01206 210001 Marks Tey Hotel
    London Road , Marks Tey, Colchester, CO6 1DU
  • Tel 01277 225252 Marygreen Manor Hotel
    London Road, Brentwood, CM14 4NR
  • Tel 01245 435820 Maynetrees
    56 New Street, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1NE
  • Tel 01208 500 2735 Metropolitan Police (Chigwell) Sports Club
    High Road, Chigwell, Essex, IG7 6BD
  • Tel 01279 424074 Moot House
    The Stow, Harlow, Essex, CM20 3AG
  • Tel 01277 211549 Mount Avenue Banqueting Suite
    Hutton Masonic Hall, Mount Avenue, Hutton, Brentwood, CM13 2NS
  • Tel 01992523947 Mulberry House
    Chelmsford Road, Ongar, Essex, CM5 9NL
  • Tel 01245 231010 Newland Hall
    Roxwell, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 4LH
  • Tel 01268 510111 Oysterfleet
    Knightswick Road, Canvey Island, Essex, SS8 7UX
  • Tel 01279 829988 Park Inn
    Southern Way, Harlow, Essex, CM18 7BA
  • Tel 01799 543800 Parklands
    Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex, CB11 3XN
  • Tel 01787 281707 Pentlow Tower
    Pentlow, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 7JN
  • Tel 01279 876661 Pledgdon Barn
    Pledgdon Hall, Henham, Bishop's Stortford, Herts
  • Tel 01245 476444 Pontlands Park Hotel
    West Hanningfield Road, Great Baddow, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 8HR
  • Tel 01376 573399/572175 Prested Hall
    Feering, Colchester, Essex, CO5 9EE
  • Tel 01992 573138 Quality Hotel Epping
    High Road, Bell Common, Epping, CM16 4DG
  • Tel 01206 230900 Ramada Hotel
    A12/A120 Ardleigh Junction, Colchester, Essex, CO7 7QY
  • Tel 01702 318120 Rayleigh Windmill
    Bellingham Lane, Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 7EO
  • Tel 01245 440005 Regiment Way Golf Centre
    Pratts Farm Lane, Little Waltham, Chelmsford, CM3 3PR
  • Tel 01206 866 677 Rose and Crown Hotel
    East Street, Colchester, CO1 2TZ
  • Tel 01279 661012S AS Hotel Stansted Airport
    Waltham Close, London stansted Airport, Essex, CM24 1PP
  • Tel 01702 477327 Saxon Hall
    Aviation Way, Southend-on-Sea, Rochford,Essex, SS2 6UN
  • Tel 01245 435820 Shire Hall
    Tindal Square, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1EH
  • Tel 01787 374544 Smeetham Hall Barn
    Smeetham Hall, Bulmer, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 7EU
  • Tel 01245 264564 South Lodge Hotel
    196 New London Road, Chelmsford, CM2 0AR
  • Tel 01255 823057 St Osyth Priory
    The Bury, St Osyth, CO16 8NZ
  • Tel 01763 279354 Stansted Manor Hotel
    Birchanger Lane, Birchanger, Nr Bishop's Stortford , Essex, CM23 5ST
  • Tel 01277 653616 Stock Brook Manor
    Queens Park Avenue , Billericay, CM12 0SP
  • Tel 01277 200885 Sugar Hut Village
    93-95 High Street, Brentwood, Essex, CM14 4RR
  • Tel 01279 420246 Swallow Churchgate Hotel
    Churchgate Village Street, Old Harlow, Essex, CM17 0JT
  • Tel 01371 830129 Thaxted Hall
    Walden Road, Thaxted, Essex, CM6 2RE
  • Tel 01268 522828 The Belvedere
    Hardings Elms Road, Crays Hill, Billericay, CM11 2UH
  • Tel 01787 472144 The Bull Hotel
    Bridge Street, Halstead, Essex, CO9 1HU
  • Tel 01268 561234 The Chichester
    Old London Road, Rawreth, Wickford, Essex, SS11 8UE
  • Tel 01376 561322 The Compasses at Pattiswick
    Compasses Road, Pattiswick, Braintree, CM77 8SX
  • Tel 01245 455700 The County Hotel
    Rainsford Road, Chelmsford, CM1 2PZ
  • Tel 01799 530515 The Crown House
    London Road, Great Chesterford, Saffron Walden, CB10 1NY
  • Tel 01787 224466 The Essex Golf And Country Club
    Earls Colne, Colchester, CO6 2NS
  • Tel 01279 442521 The Green Man Hotel
    Mulberry Green, Old Harlow, Essex, CM17 0ET
  • Tel 01277 651816 The Ivory Rooms
    66-68 Laindon Rd, Billericay, Essex, CM12 9LD
  • Tel 01255 812 343 The Kingscliff Hotel
    55 Kings Parade, Holland-On-Sea, Essex, CO15 5JB
  • Tel 01702 203701 The Lawn
    Hall Road, Rochford, SS4 1PJ
  • Tel 01268 544417 The Old Rectory
    Lower Dunton Road, Dunton, Brentwood, CM13 3SW
  • Tel 01255 241212 The Pier At Harwich
    The Quay, Harwich, Essex, CO12 3HH
  • Tel 01245 231800 The Reid Rooms
    Marks Hall, Margaret Roding Great Dunmow , Essex, CM6 1QT
  • Tel 01376 516969 The Rivenhall Hotel
    Rivenhall End, Witham, Essex, CM8 3HB
  • Tel 01245 231800 The Room in The Rodings
    Ongar Road, Beauchamp Roding, Ongar, CM5 0PF
  • Tel 01799 522676 The Saffron Hotel
    High Street, Saffron Walden, Essex, CB10 1AZ
  • Tel 01371 811596 The Stables
    Spains Hall, Finchingfield, Braintree,Essex, CM7 4NJ
  • Tel 01255 504952 The Tower Hotel
    Main Road, Dovercourt, Essex, CO12 3PJ
  • Tel 01245 223258 The Warren Golf Club
    Woodham Walter, Maldon, CM9 6RW
  • Tel 01376 321401 The White Hart Hotel
    Bocking End, Braintree, Essex, CM7 9RB
  • Tel 01787 237250 The White Hart
    Poole Street, Great Yeldham, Halstead, Essex, CO9 4HJ
  • Tel 01621 828631 Three Rivers Golf and Country Club
    Stow Road, Cold Norton, Chelmsford, Essex, CM3 6RR
  • Tel 01206 282200 Town Hall
    High Street, Colchester, CO1 1FR
  • Tel 01376 326802 Unex Towerlands
    Panfield Road, Braintree, Essex, CM7 5BJ
  • Tel 01621 855628 Vaulty Manor
    Goldhanger Road, Goldhanger, Nr Maldon, CM9 8BQ
  • Tel 01992 717170 Waltham Abbey Marriott Hotel
    Old Shire Lane, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 3LX
  • Tel 01245 252000 Waterfront Place
    Wharf Road, Chelmsford, CM2 6LU
  • Tel 01206 272300 Westwood Park
    London Road, Little Horkesley, Colchester, Essex, CO6 4BS
  • Tel 01279 850603 Whitehall Hotel
    Church End, Broxted, Essex, CM6 2BZ
  • Tel 01206 863666 Wivenhoe House Hotel
    Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, CO4 3SQ
  • Tel 01440 762581 Woodlands Country Hotel
    Coupals Road, Sturmer, Nr Haverhill, CB9 7UW
  • Tel 0208 500 2549 Woolston Manor Golf club
    Abridge Rd, Chigwell, Essex, IG7 6BX

 

 

 

 

 

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