Danbury Commons and Blakes Wood - Danbury, Essex

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Danbury Commons and Blakes Wood - Danbury, Essex
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Danbury Commons and Blakes Wood - Danbury, Essex

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Off Riffhams Chase, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2, united-kingdom

Phone: +441245227662

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Little Baddow
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United Kingdom

Explore Essex's second largest area of common land after Epping Forest, a survivor of a lost way of life.

Parking - free parking at Danbury Commons, 1 mile south from Danbury village centre along B1418 and Blake's Wood car park 2 miles north from Danbury village centre towards Lt Baddow, then left into Rifhams Chase; donations welcome

Picnic areas - enjoy a picnic in the main car park area at Danbury Common

Tea-room - (not National Trust) at Eves Corner in Danbury

Pub - Cricketers pub is close to Danbury Common

Dogs - well-behaved dogs welcome, except in the picnic area. Please clear up after your dog

Guided walks - available for school and adult groups. Please contact the estate office on 01245 222669

Toilets - nearest at Eves Corner in the centre of Danbury village


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