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Revision as of 20:22, 30 July 2008

Essex is a large county in the East of England,



Map of Essex

Other destinations

  • Epping Forest
  • Great Dunmow

Ancient flitch town worth a walk up and down the high street


Contrary to popular belief and stereotypes, Essex is not actually an urban wasteland. Most of the county is rural, and has some very beautiful scenery that is widely unknown to outsiders.


Obviously an English speaking county, accents tend to vary in Essex. In the northern and rural areas of the county, you are much more likely to hear the traditional East Anglian accent, which is very similar to that of the west country. But the most common heard is known as the estuary accent, some say its a cross between cockney and East Anglian.

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Essex is a generally a safe place to visit. Certain areas in the more urbanised south and west of the county should be approached with caution, especially at night.

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