Bradwell on Sea
Bradwell on Sea is Essex village on the Blackwater River where it joins the North Sea.
The village has several parts with the rural Mill End, Quay area of Waterside, East End and the main village.
Historically Bradwell has been known as Bradwell Juxta Mare and Bradwell near the Sea.
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|Bus Transport||Bus services available at Bradwell on Sea|
|Clubs||Clubs and organisations in Bradwell on Sea|
|Conservation area||Bradwell's historic conservation area|
|Doctors||Access to GP Doctors|
|Halls||One public hall in Bradwell on Sea|
|History||Bradwell on Sea history on Essex Family History|
|Marina||Bradwell Marina at Waterside|
|Mobile Library||Mobile library visits to Bradwell on Sea|
|Othona||Othona religious community|
|Parish Church||St Thomas Parish Church|
|Parish Council||Bradwell on Sea Parish Council details|
|Peewit Island||Details of the Island in the River Blackwater|
|Pilgrimage||The renowned Bradwell Pilgrimage|
|Pre School||Pre-schools in the area|
|Public Houses||Three Public Houses in Bradwell|
|Railway Station||The nearest railway station is Southminster|
|Recreational Facilities||Recreations area and the beach|
|Refuse Collection||Refuse collection details|
|School||Secondary and Primary Schools|
|St Peters Chapel||The Chapel built in AD 654 of National importance|
|War Memorial||Pictures and names of those listed on the village war memorial|
|Web site||Bradwell on Sea web site|
|Winter salt bags||This village does not participate in free salt bags scheme|