A Beautiful Historic Essex Village on the Blackwater Estuary

A Beautiful Historic Essex Village on the Blackwater Estuary

 

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Your local news and magazine articles have moved to new pages . You can still find previous news articles here and magazine articles here.

Find out more about our village by having a scout round the links. Find out how to get here, what's on where, what the weather is doing, and where the tide is at. We're a really nice lot and we welcome visitors to the village.

Take a look at an online copy of Goldhanger's lovely little Parish Magazine while you're here. We have copies going back to 2015. The latest issue is available for download in glorious technicolour around the middle of each month. The paper version is delivered free to everyone in Goldhanger by a loyal bunch of volunteers.

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The Village Hall needs you. Goldhanger Village Hall Committee needs volunteers to help with organising, planning and helping out at events throughout the year, as well as the regular maintenance working parties to keep the hall ship-shape and looking her best. Read more here.

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Free Talking Newspaper

Free Talking Newspaper (recording of the Maldon or Burnham Standard)

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Free Talking Newspaper
- recording of the Maldon or Burnham Standard

Do you know someone who would like to keep up to date with local news but has difficulty reading the newspaper?

Would they be interested in a FREE recording of the Maldon or Burnham Standard, produced by volunteers of the local Talking Newspaper group, delivered to their door?

If so, or for more information, please contact Helen Taylor on 01621 740736

 

 

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If you enjoy reading our magazine please consider making a small donation.

You can drop donations in to the magazine editors at 12a Church Street if you are using cash or cheque. Please make cheques payable to 'Goldhanger Parish Magazine' (yes, it's as simple as that).

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Getting here and being here

The 95 bus runs between Tollesbury and Maldon and back again. In Goldhanger there are bus stops in Head Street, Church Street, and the village square. Buses don't run that often, so best check the timetable otherwise you'll be left standing.

SatNav will often take you to Church Street in Tollesbury or in Maldon (yes, they each have one - it's happened before). It gives the locals something to laugh about. You're probably better off resorting to FlatNav - - or you can find a helpful map here.

We're tidal here you know, which means a lot of water goes in and out of the estuary ... twice a day mostly. The tide timetable will help keep you safe as well as tell you when the water's up for a good photo opportunity.

There are no car parks in Goldhanger. Please don't park like a twat when you get here. We have a bus through the village and it needs room to pass and to stop. Be considerate of people who live here - we're not a show village.