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A12/A120 Ardleigh Junction, Colchester, EN, GB, CO7 7QY

  • Phone: (44) 1206 230900
  • Fax: (44) 1206 231095
3.5 out of 5 (16 reviews)
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»Colchester Leisure World

The Colchester Leisure Centre is essentially a sports facility with activities catering to all age groups. They offer courses for different sports including badminton, diving, swimming and karate. Fun programs for kids such as archery, gymnastics and trampolining have gained popularity recently. The Aqua Springs spa offers a range of services and treatments for de-stressing and relaxation. Leisure World also has its own events venue called the Charter Hall that can be adapted to formal as well as informal events. At the Colchester Leisure World, the whole family pleased as there is something for everyone.

Cowdray Avenue
Colchester, C01 1YH

»Charter Hall

Located in Colchester Leisure World, Charter Hall is a mammoth venue for holding leisure, sports and business events. With Colchester being one of Britain's oldest towns, the Charter Hall is a good choice especially for international business conferences and trade fairs. The facilities are matchless and the event planning staff take care of everything, right from accommodation, catering, multi media facilities and special effect lighting technicians if required. Besides business events, world famous artists have also performed at this venue. Check out their website for more information on upcoming events.

Cowdray Avenue
Colchester, CO1 1YH


Popularly known as Britain's first Roman city, Colchester is a town in the county of Essex in United Kingdom. The city is an unique symbiosis of its cultural and historic heritage, and a diverse cosmopolitan population. Colchester is a popular holiday destination, and at the same time a preferred education center as it houses the University of Essex. Scenic locales, historic attractions, pleasant climate, comforting hospitality and good food as well as shopping destinations together make the stay in Colchestire, very comfortable, relaxing and memorable. Colchester has climatic and weather conditions just perfect for a pleasant summer vacation.

Colchester, CO1

»University Of Essex

An internationally renowned university of England, University Of Essex offers world class education and a beautiful campus. With students from about 130 countries studying at this university and the top academic standards it maintains, it is no wonder that this university was touted as the eighth best university of UK in 2008. Some of the well-known departments of this university includes humanities, social science, engineering, and law and management headed by highly qualified staffs. With an equal emphasis on academics and extra-curricular activities, this institute ensures an overall personality development of the students.

Boundary Road
Colchester, CO4 3SQ

»St Mary's Church

St Mary's Church at Lawford is a place of worship that is endowed with a congregation of friendly and warm individuals. Within this historic building, the congregation meets to pray every Sunday, while through the week a number of small community groups use the church as a center for their activities and meetings. Although the oldest sections of the church date back to the 12th Century, most of the existing structure was built over later centuries. The final effect is that of a graceful amalgamation of architectural styles, lending the church a distinctive character. Richly inlaid with architectural details and home to some intriguing fixtures, the church has come to be designated as a Grade I listed building.

Church Hill
Manningtree, CO11 2JX

»St Mary's Church

St Mary's Church is a magnificent parish church proudly standing since the late 13th Century or early 14th Century. The church is highly regarded for its south porch having groin vaulted roof, priests chamber, south door decorated with beautifully carved Jesse tree and memorials of Sir Francis Mannock, 1st Baronet, Giffords Hall. The spectacular building is designated as Grade I listed.

School Street
Stoke-by-Nayland, CO6 4QY

»St Mary

St Mary's is an Anglican church and a part of Diocese of St Edmundbury and Ipswich and the archdeaconry of Ipswich. The tower of the church dates back from the 13th or the 14th Century, and later in the 15th Century arcades, clerestory, south porch and vestry were added. The western tower, perpendicular windows, broach spire, long and extensive nave clerestory are the prominent exterior features of the church. The spacious interiors of the church is decorated with arcades and beautiful chancel arch and north wall painting by Maggi Hambling. Visit the website for more details,

Church Street
Hadleigh, IP7 5DT

»St Mary's Church

The oldest sections of St Mary's Church, Kersey, date back to the 12th Century. However, other sections of the church were added in later years. After the construction of the tower was interrupted by an outbreak of the Black Death, in 1349, it was finally completed in 1481. The church is beautifully decorated with carvings in wood and stone, especially the south porch which is replete with delicate details. Inside you can also see the six panels of the original rood screen which was almost lost during the Reformation, as well as a 12th Century font. All this and more makes St. Mary's a site of interest for those with an appreciation for fine architecture and design.

Church Hill
Kersey, IP7 6EE

»St Mary's Church

!-- @page { margin: 0.79in } P { margin-bottom: 0.08in } --St Mary's Church in Washbrook is a beautiful church with spectacular stone carvings. Made of stone and rubble, this 14th Century church has gorgeous window tracery on its stained glass. It also houses a 15th  Century font to which amazing baptistery was added in the 19th Century. This redundant Anglican church is taken care of by the Churches Conservation Trust and is a highly divine and calm place. For all those who love visiting old churches or are history enthusiasts, a visit to the St Mary's Church is a treat!

Church Lane
Washbrook, IP8 3HG


In Wrabness, the earliest structure is the All Saints Church, dated back to the year 1100. In the year 1993, the Wrabness Local Nature Reserve became a listed region. Found on river Stour's banks, this nature reserve serves as a significant wildlife area. At the Wrabness Local Nature Reserve, you can see bullfinches, nightingales, song thrush, turtle dove, whitethroats, yellowhammers and owls. Wrabness is also home to several fossil collection areas. At Red Crag, you can find Mytilus and Artica apart from other shells. The reserve is fully accessible.

Wrabness, CO11 2TJ

»St Osyth's Priory

The St Osyth’s Priory or the St Osyth’s Abbey is a institute of faith serving the village of St Osyth in Essex. This beautiful stonework can be dated back to the 12th century; it served the villagers till the 16th century post which it was dissolved. The magnificent house is a shining example of decorative flint work and attracts many tourists. The priory is protected and is a site of English heritage. The beautiful work of faith looks nothing short of an exquisite castle.

1 The Bury

»Cobmarsh Island

The small enclosure of the Cobmarsh Island is located off the Mersea Island. Falling under the Essex county of England, the island is situated just near the West Mersea, a yachting resort frequented by tourists and locals. The Cobmarsh Island is significant in the yacht races taking place on the site. The Cobmarsh Island is also famous for many sightings of bids including seagulls. This splendid island is a natural haven for all beauty lovers.

Cobmarsh Island
West Mersea, CO5
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