Ford End, Essex

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World War II history around Ford End

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Did you know one of the local footpaths highlights some interesting WWII history? The first sign for the path can be found in the car park opposite the church.

Even if you aren’t interested in the walk for the history, it is a beautiful footpath through woods, along the river, and around fields. You will find a willow tree farm, a garlic woodland, and you’ll see egrets, herons, buzzards and if you’re lucky, a kingfisher! Some of the photos on this site are taken on this walk.

This is also a popular walk for dogwalkers and cross-country runners because of the varying terrain.

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This entry was posted on January 28, 2017 by in History.
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