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What to do in Mersea

Mersea Island is the most easterly inhabited island in the UK, situated off the coast of Essex and 9 miles southeast of Colchester.

There are an abundance of things to do on Mersea Island and with the island covering approximately 7 square miles, you will never be bored by the beautiful scenery that awaits you.

 

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Did you know about Mersea Barrow?

Did you know about Mersea Barrow?

Just up the East Mersea road as you come onto Mersea Island, is a conspicuous mound on the left. It is thought to be a Romano-British burial barrow, to AD 100-120 (although in 2012 there is a growing school of thought that it may be a purely Roman burial mound). The mound was excavated in 1912...

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New Skate Park on Mersea Island

New Skate Park on Mersea Island

Work will soon be starting on the new skate park on the village green between the School Gardens on Barfield Road and Reymead Wood.  The project will give the local youngsters a place to congregate and use their skateboards, bikes and scooters in a modern, safe enviroment.  The addition ha...

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Spring Gift & Craft Fayre

Spring Gift & Craft Fayre

On Sunday 23rd March, Waldegraves Holiday Park will be holding the annual Gift & Craft Fayre in The Barn & The Wheatsheaf Clubhouse.  Doors open at 11am with free parking & entrance.  Raffle tickets will be sold on the door with profits going to The MICA Centre.  There wi...

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Mersea Monsters raise Monster Amount for Charity

Mersea Monsters raise Monster Amount for Charity

Mersea Island 5 star Bootcamps grabbed their Pumpkins, dressed up & worked out in fancy dress in aid of the Charity Mencap. On Wednesday 30th October at all sessions members and non members not only raised their pulses but they raised cash too! Participants wore silly hats, outfits and prizes ...

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