Thames Tributary – tributary to the River Roding
The tributary flows westwards to the Roding
Post to the west Navestock
Post to the north Kelvedon Grange
Post to the east Kelvedon Hatch
High Ash Wood
Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker. The Bunker was built on farm land which had belonged to J.A.Parrish. It was initially an RAF ROTOR Station and then designated as a Regional Government Headquarters. Later it was used as a civil defence centre. It is 125 feet underground and the entrance is an ordinary looking 'bungalow' amongst trees. There is also a radio mast, a deep well and beds for hundreds of civilian and military personnel. It was decommissioned in 1992 and bought back by the Parrish family. It is now open as a museum and visitor attraction.
Priors, 17th house, timber framed and pebble dashed.