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It is most renowned for Maldon Sea Salt which is produced in the area.
Industry edit Maldon Sea Salt has been produced in the town since 1882 by the Maldon Crystal Salt Company; it is also the location of the first self-service Tesco supermarket in the country established in 1956.At the top are the arms of the Washington family, and the arms of the USA, England, Scotland and Wales.The town holds an annual "Taxi Day" which sees mentally and physically disabled children from London driven to Maldon in London Black Cabs for a fun day of activities and a meal.James Marshall: "You either love the marshy coastline here or find it a bit bleak.An annual sailing barge race ends with a parade of sail and prize-giving at the quay.18 He wanted to do something special for the young patients he saw there.Drapers Farm is also the home of Maldon Rugby Union Football Club which was founded in 1947 by Tommy Harries, who was the landlord of the King's Head public house in Maldon High Street.Maldon is twinned with the Dutch town of Cuijk.Johnnie Howell: "The Essex coast is a hidden gem for boaties.John Cook (19181984) was a prolific 20th century Anglo-American composer, organist and church musician.Blackwater estuary in, essex, England.Essex is a county built on London Clay, overlain with pockets of gravel deposited by riparian action, the lowest land is made up of river alluvium and salt marsh."Moneyers of the late Anglo-Saxon Coinage" (PDF).3, east Saxons settled the area in the 5th century and the area to the south is still known as the."It was my first visit boer zoekt vrouw in 2016 to reed hair this afternoon, after a friend recommended it to me, i have visited many salons but have never received such a high level of excellent customer service, from the minute i walked through the door, staff are friendly.Maldon is a location mentioned in the " Rose Garden a short ghost story.But best of all is the historic property - Georgian town houses, cute weatherboard cottages, fishermen's terraces - in the conservation area around Hythe Quay and the high street.The line between Maldon and South Woodham Ferrers closed to passengers in 1939, the Maldon and Witham line closed in 1966.Forgive me for banging on about Essex, but it gets my goat that so lovely a county (give or take Basildon) has such a lousy reputation when it's almost entirely (give or take Billericay) made up of lovely countryside and sweet old towns within.Four miles, too, to the nippy A12.
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