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How Maldon Sea Salt Became World-Famous

A mention of the town ‘Maldon’ to someone outside Essex will most commonly, if at all, trigger one of two main instant responses – the […]

 
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Northey Island a True Essex Wilderness

While many would associate a trip to visiting an island to be one that entails a lengthy boat journey or plane trip, residents of Maldon […]

 
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Blackwater Estuary, Maldons Gateway To The Sea

Technically the primary body of water to adjoin the town of Maldon, the Blackwater Estuary is, as the name would very strongly imply, the estuary […]

 
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The Maldon Mud Race Becoming an Institution

The Maldon Mud Race is becoming an institution, a novelty race that began in 1973 with a handful of racers, culminating in the race having […]

 
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Combined Military Services Museum

The Combined Military Services Museum in Maldon is a little younger than other buildings designed to host a glimpse of history, but has arguably become […]

 
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The Moot Hall – Town Hall, Prison, Police Station or Armoury?

Far from being a moot point in Maldon’s history, The Moot Hall is a building with one of the most prime locations in town, noticeable […]

 
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Beeleigh Abbey

Located on the outskirts of the town, Beeleigh Abbey is one of Maldon’s most historic buildings, dating back to the 12th century and is located […]

 
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Maldon Hosts The Other Washington Memorial

Even outside of the United States of America, George Washington is a very well-known figure as a man who was a key part in founding, […]

 
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