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Castle Hedingham

October 4th, 2010 by
Categories: Essex Towns A-Z

Village of old houses and inns, domintated by the keep which is all that remains of the castle which dates from around the end of the 11th Century.
The brick tower of the church is dated 1616 but the nave and hammer-beam roof are Norman. The church also contains a screen which is from the 14th Century.

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