Billericay is a town in Essex with a population of about 40,000. Many of its residents commute daily to London by train.
Billericay is accessible by car and by train on national express, there is a train leaving from Liverpool Street station every few minutes during peak hours and every 20 minutes outside peak. It is served by trains to Southend Victoria and Southminster.
Billericay High Street is a few minutes walk south from the train station.
The Cater Museum, on the High Street, . Has many local historical artifacts.
The Billericay Historical Walk is a good way of seeing the most interesting older buildings. There are several buildings from the 16th century in the High Street. Unfortunately Billericay's historic buildings are mixed in amongst some rather less attractive ones from the 70s and 80s.
The Billericay Society,  has information about some of the historic buildings.
Norsey Woods, . A Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Relics from as long ago as the Stone Age have been found there and it has been designated an Ancient Monument.
Barleylands,  just outside the town, has many things to see and do, including a children's farm centre and museum and a craft village. It can easily be accessed by public transport on the 100 bus from the town centre and station.
Billericay Town Football Club currently plays in the Ryman League Premier Division.
The High Street has a mixture of chain stores and small independent shops.