The terrain is hilly, and there is a mix of open meadow and ancient woodland.
Much of the walk is throgh open flat farmland with a short section in the wood at Skreens Park. The walk takes you along Roxwell Brook, a tributary of the River Can, on nice wide grassy field edges and through paddocks full of friendly horses.Indispensable for anyone working on or interested in the archaeology of Essex, the papers have relevance far beyond the county’s boundaries. he Archaeology of Essex: Proceedings of the Chelmsford Conference. Heating and hot water are via an LPG fired boiler to radiators and taps throughout.Drainage is provided by a regularly maintained septic tank, mains water and electric are connected.This website is pleased to host the sale of surplus books on behalf of the Essex Society for Archaeology & History (ESAH). 109 A Henrican fort and its associated foreshore structures: archaeological investigations in Cudmore Grove Country Park, East Mersea, 2002-03: E M Heppell … Founded in 1852 as the Essex Archaeological Society, it exists to encourage the study and enjoyment of local history and archaeology in the historic county of Essex. 136 ‘Young Gentlemen are at a Reasonable Rate to be Boarded’. The property has been recently redecorated and re-carpeted throughout with plant serviced and certificated.STRATFORD ST MARY is situated mid-way between the major towns of Colchester and Ipswich with an excellent range of shopping and transport facilities.) but within a few yards either side of this you are in the heart of rural Essex.» Walk Details Varied open countryside and woodland with wonderful views as you approach Newport.From Newport Station, the walk takes you over a small ford to open fields and a farmland track back to more woodland, meadows and horse paddocks.