Ford End has a long history of campaigns to improve the safety and well-being of road users, pedestrians and residents in the village, with particular regard to the speed, volume … Continue reading
Essex Records Office have posted an informative blog comparing Ford End Primary School of today with its former self of yesteryear! http://www.essexrecordofficeblog.co.uk/school-then-and-now-change-and-continuity/
Looking up Sandon Hill from Brook House A friendly welcome to all careful winter drivers as they come into the village. A not so careful driver slid off the road….. … Continue reading
Would you like to join a group of friendly seniors from the Ford End area for a monthly chat? Sheila Bearman hosts a tea afternoon each month at her home … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
If you live in or near Ford End you may like to be a member of the Fordenders Facebook page. The Fordenders Facebook page is a great place for sharing … Continue reading
Ford End, or Fourth End as it was known in 1773, is in the upper right quadrant of this map. A large building at the southern end of the village … Continue reading
Winter conditions can be treacherous for drivers and pedestrians alike on Sandon Hill.