Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Thames Tributary Mardyke - Little Warley Hall

Thames Tributary Mardyke
The Mardyke flows south east


Post to the north Childerditch
Post to the south St.Mary's Lane


Old London/Essex boundary
This boundary has changed and now runs down the M25. However it previously followed the Mardyke, which it continues to do.

Little Warley Hall Lane
Little Warley Hall. Hall and service unit of what was a larger building now a single house. It is early 16th in red brick with
diaper work. Projecting garderobe tower. The house has been restored a number of times.
St.Peter’s Church. 15th Ragstone church with a tower. Timber-framed and brick projecting porch. Inside are parts of medieval pews, and 17th box-pews. Monument to Sir Denner Strutt and Dorothye 1641,
The Clearview. Health and Racket Club
Billericay Aquatic and Reptile Centre
Orchard Farm. Abattoir on site.
Orchard Cottages
Warley Hall Wood

Southend Arterial Road
Opened in 1925 by Prince Henry

Sources
Pevsner. Essex


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