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December 13th, 2010 by
Categories: Essex Towns A-Z

Gosfield Hall, situated two and a half miles South West of Halstead is one of the county’s most imposing mansions with it’s large courtyard.

Halstead itself boasts some fine Bouchier monuments in the flint church, a good example of this Essex building material.

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