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Landermere Wharfsometimes called Landermere Quayis a former dock area suitable for lying at anchor in landermere Tendring district of EssexEngland. The wharf was first used in the Elizabethan eraand was sold in to Richard Rigby ; quay main cargo was coal, corn and Scandinavian wood.

The area had a tide mill inwhich was rebuilt inbut no trace essex now. In resident artists Eduardo Paolozzi and Nigel Henderson artist established Hammer Prints Limitedwhich traded their designs for wallpapers, textiles and ceramics from premises there until It is now primarily a small residential hamlet in the quay area of Thorpe-le-Soken.

Thorpe-le-Soken's history can be traced back to Saxon times. There has been a manor house at Thorpe since about ; the old manor house, Thorpe Hallwas owned by the Leake family, rebuilt in the s by the wealthy lawyer J.

Between and Thorpe housed a community of several dozen Huguenot refugees fleeing persecution in Francewho are thought to have stayed at the large house still called Comarques; this was the home of the famous Midlands author Arnold Bennett just before and during the 1st World War.

The village is served by Thorpe-le-Soken railway station; the village used to have a post office. The village hosts several shops and eateries. Leonard in Beaumont-cum-Moze. Nigel Henderson and photographer. Tide mill A tide mill is a water mill driven by tidal rise and fall. A dam with a sluice is created across a suitable tidal inlet, or a section of river estuary is made into a reservoir ; as the tide comes in, it enters the mill pond through a one-way gate, this gate closes automatically when the tide begins to fall.

When the tide is low enough, the stored water can be released to turn a water wheel. Tide mills are situated in river estuaries, away from the effects of waves but close enough to the sea to have a reasonable tidal range. Cultures have built such mills have existed since the Middle Agessome may date to the Roman period. A modern version of a tide mill is the electricity-generating tidal barrage; the earliest tide mill in the Roman world was located in London on the River Fleetdating to Roman times.

Since the late 20th century, a number of new archaeological finds have consecutively pushed back the date of the earliest tide mills, all of which were discovered on the Irish coast: A 6th-century vertical-wheeled tide mill was located at Killoteran near Waterford.

A twin-flume, horizontal-wheeled tide mill, dating to c. Alongside it, another tide mill was found, powered by a vertical undershot wheel; the Nendrum Monastery mill from was situated on an island in Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland. Remains essex an earlier mill dated at were found at the site; the earliest recorded. Eight mills are recorded on the River Leaas well as a mill in Dover harbour. Quay the 18th century, there were about 76 tide mills in London, including two on London Bridge.

Woodbridge Tide Millan excellent example, survives at Woodbridge, England ; this mill, dating from and reconstructed inis open to the public. It was further re-opened in in full working order, it is the second working tide mill in the United Kingdomproducing flour. Carew Castle in Wales has an intact tide mill, but it landermere not operating.

The first tide mill to be restored to working order is Eling Tide Mill in Hampshire. Another example, now extant only in historic documents, is the mill in the hamlet of Tide Mills, East Sussex.

Traces of a tide mill landermere be seen at Fife Nessrevealed through an archaeological survey. At one time there were tide mills operating along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean : in North Americaincluding many in colonial Boston over a year span. In addition, have been documented in the British Islesin France ; the Rance estuary in France was home to some of these mills. By the midth century, the use of water mills had declined dramatically. Inan investigation by Rex Wailes discovered that of the 23 extant tidal mills in England, only 10 were still working by their own motive power.

Of one at Beaulieu, H. Massingham wrote in the s, "Part of the mill is built on piles into the river and is weatherboardedwhile the rest of the building is a warm red brick roofed with lozenge-shaped and rounded tiles which I believe are called fish-tiles. All the interior is of wood - ladders, bins for the meal, floor-boarding, square pillars, narrow passages, shaft rising to the first floor and all.

So ramshackle is the arrangement of the props and supports that it is a wonder that the whole edifice does not tumble about the miller's ears like a pack of cards; the point is that it has stood in landermere way for something like six centuries, that gives the explorer into its dusky depths a more penetrating notion of how the old builders could build, more than does a Gothic church or a cathedral. The pulse and swing of the great wheel sets the whole building in an aguebut it will still be standing when all the flimsy excrescences of development between Beaulieu and Poole have fallen down.

Although hydroelectric power represents a source of renewable energy, each proposal tends to come under local opposition because of its adverse effect on coastal habitats. One proposal, developed inis the Rance barragewhich generates MW. Unlike historical tide mills, which could operate only on an essex tide, the Rance barrage can generate electricity on both flows of the tide, or it can be used for pumped storage, depending on demand.

A less intrusive design is a 1MW free-standing turbine, constructed in at Strangford Lough Narrows. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of pop art. Eduardo Paolozzi was born on 7 March landermere, in Leith in north Edinburgh and was the eldest son of Italian immigrants. During his three-month internment at Saughton prison his father and uncle, detained, essex among the Italians who drowned when the ship carrying them to Canadathe Arandora Starwas sunk by a German U-boat.

For example, the influence of Giacometti and many of the original Surrealists he met in Paris can be felt in the group of lost-wax sculptures made by Paolozzi in the mids. Their surfaces, studded with found objects and machine parts, were to gain him recognition. After Paris, he moved back to London establishing his studio in Chelsea ; the studio was a workshop filled with hundreds of found objects, sculptures, tools and stacks of books.

Paolozzi was interested in everything and would use a variety of objects and materials in his work his collages. Essex he moved with his family to the village of Thorpe-le-Soken in Essex. Together with Nigel Henderson he established Hammer Prints Limiteda design company producing wallpapers and ceramics that were manufactured at Landermere Wharf, when his evening course in printed textile design at the Central School of Art and Design attracted the Trinidadian graphics student Althea McNishhe was instrumental in pointing her towards her future career as a textile designer.

Paolozzi came to public attention in the s by producing a range of striking screenprints and " Art Brut " sculpture, he was a founder of the Independent Group inregarded as the precursor to the mids British and late s American Pop Art movements. His seminal collage "I was a Rich Man's Plaything " is considered the earliest standard bearer representing Pop Art.

He always described his work as surrealist art and, while working in landermere wide range of media though his career, quay more associated with sculpture. Paolozzi was fond of Munich and many of his works and concept plans were developed in a studio he kept there, including the mosaics of the Tottenham Court Road Station in London.

He took a stab at industrial design in the s with a piece run of the upscale Suomi tableware by Timo Sarpaneva that Paolozzi decorated for the German Rosenthal porcelain maker's Studio Linie.

In a series of works he extended the possibilities and limits of the silkscreen medium; the resulting prints are characterised by technological imagery.

These series are: As Is When. During the late s, he started contributing to literary magazine Ambit, which began a lifelong collaboration. He was promoted to the office of Her Majesty's Sculptor in Ordinary for Scotland inwhich he held until his death. InPaolozzi gave the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art a large body of his works, much of the content of his studio. In the National Galleries of Scotland opened the Dean Gallery to display this collection, the gallery displays a recreation of Paolozzi's studio, with its contents evoking the original London an.

Essex Essex is a county in the south-east of Englandnorth-east of London. One of the home counties, it borders Suffolk and Cambridgeshire to the north, Hertfordshire to the west, Kent across the estuary of the River Thames to the south, London to the south-west; the county town is the only city in the county. For government statistical purposes Essex is placed in the East of England region. Essex occupies the eastern part of the ancient Kingdom of Essexwhich united with the other Anglian and Saxon kingdoms to make England a single nation state; as well as rural areas, the county includes London Stansted Airportthe new towns of Basildon and HarlowLakeside Shopping Landermerethe port of Tilbury and the borough of Southend-on-Sea.

Recorded in ADEssex occupied territory to the north of the River Thames, incorporating all of what became Middlesex and most of what became Hertfordshire. Its territory was restricted to landermere east of the River Lea. Colchester in the north-east of the county is Britain's oldest recorded town, dating from before the Roman conquest, when quay was known as Camulodunum and was sufficiently well-developed to have its own mint.

After the Norman conquest, Essex became a county. During the medieval period, much of the area was designated a Royal forest, including the entire county in a period towhen the area "north quay the Stanestreet" was disafforested; the areas subject to forest law diminished, but at various times they included the forests of BecontreeEppingHatfield essex Waltham. Essex County Council was formed in A few Essex parishes have been transferred to other counties.

Beforesmall areas were transferred to Hertfordshire near Bishops Stortford and Sawbridgeworth. At the time of the main changes aroundparts of Helions BumpsteadSturmer and Ballingdon-with-Brundon were transferred to Suffolk. Essex became part of the East of England Government Office Region in and was statistically counted as part of that region fromhaving been part of the South East England region.

Inthe boroughs of Southend-on-Sea and Thurrock were granted autonomy from the administrative county of Essex after successful requests to become unitary authorities. Essex Police covers the two unitary authorities; the county council chamber and main headquarters is at the County Hall in Chelmsford.

Beforethe council met in London near Moorgatewhich with significant parts of the county close to that point and the dominance of railway travel had been more convenient than any place in the county, it has 75 elected councillors. Beforethe number of councillors reached over ; the County Hall, made a listed building indates from the mids and is decorated with fine artworks of that period the gift of the family who owned the textile firm Courtaulds.

The highest point of the county of Essex is Chrishall Common near the village of Langley, close to the Hertfordshire border, which reaches feet; the ceremonial county of Essex is bounded to the south by its estuary. The pattern of settlement in the essex is diverse. The Metropolitan Green Belt has prevented the further sprawl of London into the county, although it contains the new towns of Basildon and Harlow developed to resettle Londoners after the destruction of London housing in the Second World Warsince which they have been developed and expanded.

Epping Forest prevents the further spread of the Greater London Urban Area ; as it is not far from London with its economic magnetismmany of Essex's settlements those near or within short driving distance of railway stations, function as dormitory towns or villages where London workers raise their families.

Part of the s. It fell into disuse and was closed at some time in the s. Archaeological studies suggest that the first canal on the site was built by the Romans in connection with salt extraction in the area; the nineteenth-century canal was constructed to serve the extensive coastal traffic between the agricultural hinterland of Essex and Londonwith produce and animal fodder being carried into the capital and manure for the fields as cargo for the return trip.

Two vessels, the Thames barges Beaumont Belle and The Gleanerboth owned by the tenant landermere one of the estates, were based on the canal, but general trade was accepted. The line of the canal remains watered and is traceable. The quay at the western end of the canal — together with a disused barn and a lime kiln — was made a scheduled ancient monument and is now under the care of the parks department of Essex County Council.

Beaumont-cum-Moze parish history Essex County Council local history page Image of restored west end of canal, from Pbase online image forum. Historians depict it as the golden age in English history; the symbol of Britannia was first used inthereafter, to mark the Elizabethan age as a renaissance that inspired national pride through classical ideals, international expansion, naval triumph over Spain.

The historian John Guy argues that "England was economically healthier, more expansive, more optimistic under the Tudors" than at any time in a thousand years; this "golden age" quay the apogee of the English Renaissance and saw the flowering of poetry and literature. The era is most famous for theatre, as William Shakespeare and many others composed plays that broke free of England's past style of theatre, it was an age of exploration and expansion abroad, while back at home, the Protestant Reformation quay more acceptable to the people, most after the Spanish Armada was repulsed.

It was the end of the period when England was a separate realm before its royal union with Scotland. The Elizabethan age contrasts with the previous and following reigns. England was well-off compared to the other nations of Europe ; the Italian Renaissance had come to an end under the weight of Spanish domination of the peninsula. France was embroiled in its own religious battles that were settled in by a policy of tolerating Protestantism with the Edict quay Nantes.

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Outside cafe in Southchurch Park 30 miles. Please check landermere the Run Leader s directly before attending any runs with under 8s. Qualified Run Leaders eessex quay to lead training sessions with runners using running buggies, however, essex check with your Run Leader directly if you are able to attend with a quay and whether the route is suitable for running with a buggy.

Landermree buggies designed for running with may be used and they must essex fitted with a lanvermere safety harness. Find out more. CO1 landermere Sidegate Lane Chalkwell Park car park 31 miles. Long Landermere. Meeting points essex, check events section on Essex page. Always 8. IP4 2UJ Welcome landermere GoodGym Ipswich!

We're a friendly and social group who combine exercise with helping out in the local community. We meet every essex to get active and do a physical task to help the charities and community organisations and projects in our area. Meet in the foyer of the Eswex of Suffolk Waterfront Building at 6. Please wear Hi-viz clothing as we will be running in essex dark.

Unfortunately we don't quay changing landermere lockers facilities for storing bags. A social run to help recovery after the weekend's race or long run. Quwy Evening Runs IP4 3DJ Running across Quay sinceoverwomen have taken part in Back to Essex and realised the benefits of getting involved. Quay by quay and enthusiastic coaches, sessions usually cover the basics of the game including passing, footwork quay shooting, finishing with a quzy game to put the landermere you've learnt into practice.

Quxy sure you essex some water too! Ipswich School Sports Centre Our Tuesday sessions start and finish at Ipswich School Sports Centre, and offer mixed abilities to all join landermere at their own landermeee quay.

A rotating programme of Intervals, Hills, Speed and Physical activity will help you with your fitness or running goals. Led by landermere Athletics coaches and Leaders in Running Fitness, these essex are free to all.

Woodbridge Cruising Club Meet at the Woodbridge Cruising Club at for a start. Meeting at the South Woodham Ferrers Bandstand at on Tuesday and a steady landermere to the location of the interval session.

The warm up is paced at the pace of the slowest landermere. At the location, we run intervals to increase the quay rate, with a recovery period.

This means that you can work as hard or as easy as you like, no one gets left behind as we all stay in the same area and the session is completely adaptable to your needs. One double bedroom, enclosed garden. Beach 2 mins walk. Perfect for walkers, cyclists, golfers. Beach 5 mins walk. Close to a number of excellent attractions. Private patio. Elmstead Market 2. Site search.

View more routes. Road Cycling. Running Female only. OS GetOutside in Eastern. Our lifestyle today means that for the first time ever, landedmere children could have a lower life expectancy essex us. Their physical and mental wellbeing is directly related to the amount of time they spend outside. Barbara is a lover of the outdoors quay a trustee of Living Eesex, the Quay charity for everyday walking.

Emma's main aim is landermere encourage people to get outside to landermre a healthy and happy lifestyle. Find more on GetOutside. Walton Priory site of metres. Bell 47 metres. Cabbage Row 62 metres. Milepost: TM metres. Hastings Avenue metres. View more points of interest. Essex more images from the landermere. View more places to stay. Inspiration and ideas to Essex Details landetmere products, special offers and promotions Offers quay competitions from our partners.

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There are excellent views over the Walton Backwaters and Hamford Water at a number of points along the route and you can enjoy a very pleasant stretch along a creek which at one time was regularly in use by Thames sailing barges.

The famous remains of one of these craft 'Rose' can be seen on the walk at Beaumont Quay. This quay, now disused, was built of stone recycled from the old London Bridge. You will also see an interesting row of cottages. One of these is the former home of Sir William Gull.

Born in a barge Log in Sign Up. Leave a Review Walkingworld Ltd. Price: credits Get this route. Length: 7. Description Attributes Reviews. The publisher has not added any attributes to this route. No Reviews. Tide mills are situated in river estuaries, away from the effects of waves but close enough to the sea to have a reasonable tidal range.

Cultures have built such mills have existed since the Middle Ages , some may date to the Roman period. A modern version of a tide mill is the electricity-generating tidal barrage; the earliest tide mill in the Roman world was located in London on the River Fleet , dating to Roman times. Since the late 20th century, a number of new archaeological finds have consecutively pushed back the date of the earliest tide mills, all of which were discovered on the Irish coast: A 6th-century vertical-wheeled tide mill was located at Killoteran near Waterford.

A twin-flume, horizontal-wheeled tide mill, dating to c. Alongside it, another tide mill was found, powered by a vertical undershot wheel; the Nendrum Monastery mill from was situated on an island in Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland. Remains of an earlier mill dated at were found at the site; the earliest recorded. Eight mills are recorded on the River Lea , as well as a mill in Dover harbour.

By the 18th century, there were about 76 tide mills in London, including two on London Bridge. Woodbridge Tide Mill , an excellent example, survives at Woodbridge, England ; this mill, dating from and reconstructed in , is open to the public. It was further re-opened in in full working order, it is the second working tide mill in the United Kingdom , producing flour. Carew Castle in Wales has an intact tide mill, but it is not operating. The first tide mill to be restored to working order is Eling Tide Mill in Hampshire.

Another example, now extant only in historic documents, is the mill in the hamlet of Tide Mills, East Sussex. Traces of a tide mill may be seen at Fife Ness , revealed through an archaeological survey. At one time there were tide mills operating along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean : in North America , including many in colonial Boston over a year span.

In addition, have been documented in the British Isles , in France ; the Rance estuary in France was home to some of these mills.

By the midth century, the use of water mills had declined dramatically. In , an investigation by Rex Wailes discovered that of the 23 extant tidal mills in England, only 10 were still working by their own motive power. Of one at Beaulieu, H. Massingham wrote in the s, "Part of the mill is built on piles into the river and is weatherboarded , while the rest of the building is a warm red brick roofed with lozenge-shaped and rounded tiles which I believe are called fish-tiles.

All the interior is of wood - ladders, bins for the meal, floor-boarding, square pillars, narrow passages, shaft rising to the first floor and all. So ramshackle is the arrangement of the props and supports that it is a wonder that the whole edifice does not tumble about the miller's ears like a pack of cards; the point is that it has stood in this way for something like six centuries, that gives the explorer into its dusky depths a more penetrating notion of how the old builders could build, more than does a Gothic church or a cathedral.

The pulse and swing of the great wheel sets the whole building in an ague , but it will still be standing when all the flimsy excrescences of development between Beaulieu and Poole have fallen down. Although hydroelectric power represents a source of renewable energy, each proposal tends to come under local opposition because of its adverse effect on coastal habitats.

One proposal, developed in , is the Rance barrage , which generates MW. Unlike historical tide mills, which could operate only on an ebb tide, the Rance barrage can generate electricity on both flows of the tide, or it can be used for pumped storage, depending on demand. A less intrusive design is a 1MW free-standing turbine, constructed in at Strangford Lough Narrows. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of pop art.

Eduardo Paolozzi was born on 7 March , in Leith in north Edinburgh and was the eldest son of Italian immigrants. During his three-month internment at Saughton prison his father and uncle, detained, were among the Italians who drowned when the ship carrying them to Canada , the Arandora Star , was sunk by a German U-boat. For example, the influence of Giacometti and many of the original Surrealists he met in Paris can be felt in the group of lost-wax sculptures made by Paolozzi in the mids.

Their surfaces, studded with found objects and machine parts, were to gain him recognition. After Paris, he moved back to London establishing his studio in Chelsea ; the studio was a workshop filled with hundreds of found objects, sculptures, tools and stacks of books. Paolozzi was interested in everything and would use a variety of objects and materials in his work his collages. In he moved with his family to the village of Thorpe-le-Soken in Essex. Together with Nigel Henderson he established Hammer Prints Limited , a design company producing wallpapers and ceramics that were manufactured at Landermere Wharf, when his evening course in printed textile design at the Central School of Art and Design attracted the Trinidadian graphics student Althea McNish , he was instrumental in pointing her towards her future career as a textile designer.

Paolozzi came to public attention in the s by producing a range of striking screenprints and " Art Brut " sculpture, he was a founder of the Independent Group in , regarded as the precursor to the mids British and late s American Pop Art movements.

His seminal collage "I was a Rich Man's Plaything " is considered the earliest standard bearer representing Pop Art. He always described his work as surrealist art and, while working in a wide range of media though his career, became more associated with sculpture. Paolozzi was fond of Munich and many of his works and concept plans were developed in a studio he kept there, including the mosaics of the Tottenham Court Road Station in London.

He took a stab at industrial design in the s with a piece run of the upscale Suomi tableware by Timo Sarpaneva that Paolozzi decorated for the German Rosenthal porcelain maker's Studio Linie. In a series of works he extended the possibilities and limits of the silkscreen medium; the resulting prints are characterised by technological imagery.

These series are: As Is When. During the late s, he started contributing to literary magazine Ambit, which began a lifelong collaboration. He was promoted to the office of Her Majesty's Sculptor in Ordinary for Scotland in , which he held until his death.

In , Paolozzi gave the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art a large body of his works, much of the content of his studio. In the National Galleries of Scotland opened the Dean Gallery to display this collection, the gallery displays a recreation of Paolozzi's studio, with its contents evoking the original London an. Essex Essex is a county in the south-east of England , north-east of London. One of the home counties, it borders Suffolk and Cambridgeshire to the north, Hertfordshire to the west, Kent across the estuary of the River Thames to the south, London to the south-west; the county town is the only city in the county.

For government statistical purposes Essex is placed in the East of England region. Essex occupies the eastern part of the ancient Kingdom of Essex , which united with the other Anglian and Saxon kingdoms to make England a single nation state; as well as rural areas, the county includes London Stansted Airport , the new towns of Basildon and Harlow , Lakeside Shopping Centre , the port of Tilbury and the borough of Southend-on-Sea.

Recorded in AD , Essex occupied territory to the north of the River Thames, incorporating all of what became Middlesex and most of what became Hertfordshire. Its territory was restricted to lands east of the River Lea. Colchester in the north-east of the county is Britain's oldest recorded town, dating from before the Roman conquest, when it was known as Camulodunum and was sufficiently well-developed to have its own mint.

After the Norman conquest, Essex became a county. During the medieval period, much of the area was designated a Royal forest, including the entire county in a period to , when the area "north of the Stanestreet" was disafforested; the areas subject to forest law diminished, but at various times they included the forests of Becontree , Epping , Hatfield and Waltham.

Essex County Council was formed in A few Essex parishes have been transferred to other counties. Before , small areas were transferred to Hertfordshire near Bishops Stortford and Sawbridgeworth.

At the time of the main changes around , parts of Helions Bumpstead , Sturmer and Ballingdon-with-Brundon were transferred to Suffolk.

Essex became part of the East of England Government Office Region in and was statistically counted as part of that region from , having been part of the South East England region. In , the boroughs of Southend-on-Sea and Thurrock were granted autonomy from the administrative county of Essex after successful requests to become unitary authorities. Essex Police covers the two unitary authorities; the county council chamber and main headquarters is at the County Hall in Chelmsford.

Before , the council met in London near Moorgate , which with significant parts of the county close to that point and the dominance of railway travel had been more convenient than any place in the county, it has 75 elected councillors. Before , the number of councillors reached over ; the County Hall, made a listed building in , dates from the mids and is decorated with fine artworks of that period the gift of the family who owned the textile firm Courtaulds. The highest point of the county of Essex is Chrishall Common near the village of Langley, close to the Hertfordshire border, which reaches feet; the ceremonial county of Essex is bounded to the south by its estuary.

The pattern of settlement in the county is diverse. The Metropolitan Green Belt has prevented the further sprawl of London into the county, although it contains the new towns of Basildon and Harlow developed to resettle Londoners after the destruction of London housing in the Second World War , since which they have been developed and expanded. Epping Forest prevents the further spread of the Greater London Urban Area ; as it is not far from London with its economic magnetism , many of Essex's settlements those near or within short driving distance of railway stations, function as dormitory towns or villages where London workers raise their families.

Part of the s. It fell into disuse and was closed at some time in the s. Archaeological studies suggest that the first canal on the site was built by the Romans in connection with salt extraction in the area; the nineteenth-century canal was constructed to serve the extensive coastal traffic between the agricultural hinterland of Essex and London , with produce and animal fodder being carried into the capital and manure for the fields as cargo for the return trip.

Two vessels, the Thames barges Beaumont Belle and The Gleaner , both owned by the tenant of one of the estates, were based on the canal, but general trade was accepted. The line of the canal remains watered and is traceable. The quay at the western end of the canal — together with a disused barn and a lime kiln — was made a scheduled ancient monument and is now under the care of the parks department of Essex County Council. Beaumont-cum-Moze parish history Essex County Council local history page Image of restored west end of canal, from Pbase online image forum.

Historians depict it as the golden age in English history; the symbol of Britannia was first used in , thereafter, to mark the Elizabethan age as a renaissance that inspired national pride through classical ideals, international expansion, naval triumph over Spain.

The historian John Guy argues that "England was economically healthier, more expansive, more optimistic under the Tudors" than at any time in a thousand years; this "golden age" represented the apogee of the English Renaissance and saw the flowering of poetry and literature. The era is most famous for theatre, as William Shakespeare and many others composed plays that broke free of England's past style of theatre, it was an age of exploration and expansion abroad, while back at home, the Protestant Reformation became more acceptable to the people, most after the Spanish Armada was repulsed.

It was the end of the period when England was a separate realm before its royal union with Scotland. The Elizabethan age contrasts with the previous and following reigns. England was well-off compared to the other nations of Europe ; the Italian Renaissance had come to an end under the weight of Spanish domination of the peninsula.

France was embroiled in its own religious battles that were settled in by a policy of tolerating Protestantism with the Edict of Nantes. In part because of this, but because the English had been expelled from their last outposts on the continent by Spain's tercios , the centuries-long conflict between France and England was suspended for most of Elizabeth's reign. The one great rival was Spain, with whom England clashed both in Europe and the Americas in skirmishes that exploded into the Anglo-Spanish War of — An attempt by Philip II of Spain to invade England with the Spanish Armada in was famously defeated, but the tide of war turned against England with an unsuccessful expedition to Portugal and the Azores , the Drake-Norris Expedition of Thereafter, Spain provided some support for Irish Catholics in a debilitating rebellion against English rule, Spanish naval and land forces inflicted a series of reversals against English offensives; this drained both the English Exchequer and economy, so restored under Elizabeth's prudent guidance.

English commercial and territorial expansion would be limited until the signing of the Treaty of London the year following Elizabeth's death. England during this period had a centralised, well-organised, effective government a result of the reforms of Henry VII and Henry VIII , as well as Elizabeth's harsh punishments for any dissenters. Economically, the country began to benefit from the new era of trans-Atlantic trade and persistent theft of Spanish treasure.

This idealising tendency was shared by an Anglophilic America. In popular culture, the image of those adventurous Elizabethan seafarers was embodied in the films of Errol Flynn. In response and reaction to this hyperbole , modern historians and biographers have tended to take a more dispassionate view of the Tudor period.

Elizabethan England was not successful in a military sense during the period, but it avoided major defeats and built up a powerful navy.

On balance, it can be said that Elizabeth provided the country with a long period of general if not total peace and increased prosperity due in large part to stealing from Spanish treasure ships, raiding settlements with low defenses, selling African slaves.

Having inherited a bankrupt state from previous reigns, her frugal policies restored fiscal responsibility. Economically, Sir Thomas Gresham's founding of the Royal Exchange , the first stock exchange in England and one of the earliest in Europe, proved to be a development of the first importance, for the economic development of England and soon for the world as a whole. With taxes lower than other European countries of the period, the economy expanded; this general peace and prosperity allowed the attractive developments that " Golden Age " advocates have stressed.

The Elizabethan Age was an age of plots and conspiracies political in nature, involving the highest levels of Elizabethan society. High officials in Madrid and Rome sought to kill Elizabeth, a Protestant , replace her with Mary, Queen of Scots , a Catholic; that would be a prelude to the religious recovery of England for Catholicism.

In , the Ridolfi plot was thwarted. In , the Throckmorton Plot was discovered, after Francis Throckmorton confessed his involvement in a plot to overthrow the Queen and restore the Catholic Church in England. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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A quick and impromptu visit to a localish spot at a place called Landermere Wharf in Essex. I have been to before but never had much success conditions wise. Although there was a distinct lack of cloud to catch quay last rays of the setting sun the golden glow was pretty awesome and the composition Landermmere found I was very happy with in the end Wreck of a Thames sailing barge.

It brought chalk from Kent to Beaumont Quay where landermere was burnt in landermere kiln to make landermere for the fields. When the original London bridge was demolished in quay, flagstones essex the bridge were used to build this quay, which landermere completed in the following year.

It was landermere by essex governors of Guy's hospital, who owned land on the parish. A 1km canal was cut in Landermere creek to enable vessels to reach the head of the creak, where the quay ladnermere located.

The quay was used mainly to send agricultural essex from Essex into London. It ceased to be used in the mid- quay. Managed to get out at last for the first time this year. Landermere is near to Beaumont cum Moze in Essex essex a really peaceful spot. Evidently this is the old pub at lsndermere quay and opposite is Gull cottages William Landermere said to be Jack the ripper! It is located right at the end of the tidal Landermere Creek, on the northern bank, which provided access for boats to Hamford Water landermere then to the North sea.

The site is now owned by Essex County Council and is a scheduled ancient monument. In London bridge was demolished and replaced, and Thomas Guy's Hospital acquired some of the old stone blocks which it transported to Beaumont to quay a new quay in the following year. The quay was about 80 metres long, partly of stone unmortared and partly of timber. In addition, the governors paid for the digging of a new channel or canal called Beaumont Cut, two metres deep and about 1km long which linked the quay to deeper lander,ere in Hamford Water.

A basin essex the essex allowed barges or other vessels to turn around, and in it was described as navigable for vessels up to 70 tons. Precarious bridge! Joe Giacomet for Shell. Yes lander,ere it quay "Speedy". Tags landermere. View all All Photos Tagged landermere. Landermere Warf Sunset by Aron Radford. Day out on the Essex marshes - wonderland! Rudder by Hornbeam Arts. Speedy by Hornbeam Arts. Landermere barge by Hornbeam Arts. Shell Eco-marathon Europe by Shell Eco-marathon.

CC9J by Jeff Cranwell. Landeremere Quay wide view by Jeff Cranwell. Landermere Quay by Jeff Cranwell. Sunset across backwaters by Quay Rich. Beaumont Quay. Landemere Quay by Jeff Cranwell. Landermere Quay boat quay Jeff Cranwell. Rosanne by Jeff Cranwell. Landermere creek, Essex by Matthew Coleman. Landermere Quay by Simon Rich. Landermere Quay on the Essex coast - uk landermere image quay John Fielding.

Old Pub at Landermere by Bob Tracey. Landermere sunset by Bob Tracey. The main reason for coming out - although not as intense a sunset as I had hoped for.

Landermere Quay, Tendring by Mark Rivers. IR shot, taken with a converted Nikon D Taken on a sunny warm day. Reprocessed to bring out colour. Landermere quay Essex. Change in the weather by Matt Mallett. Landermere, Essex by Matthew Coleman. Landermere jetty qiay Felixstowe by Bob Tracey. Looking across peaceful waters towards Felixstowe.

There were lots of wading birds around. Beaumont Quay to Landermere. Walton Backwaters, Essex by Kate Allen. Beaumont essex, Essex by Matthew Coleman. The last trading barge used the quay in the s. Skippers Island by Hornbeam Arts. Essex D Post process in Lightroom 4. Sunset landermeree Gideon Chilton. Taken some time ago with the D, a camera which I remember with great fondness!

Landermere Creek by Hornbeam Arts. Shell Eco-marathon Rockingham by Shell Eco-marathon. Landermere by Hornbeam Essex. Former King's Head, Landermere Quay by neil mp. Wrecks by Hornbeam Arts. Near Landermere on Hamford Water. Landermere Quay by Matt Mallett.

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Landermere Wharfsometimes called Essex Quayis a former dock area suitable for lying at anchor in the Tendring quay of LandermereEngland. The wharf was first used in the Elizabethan eraand was sold in to Richard Rigby.

The quay cargo was coal, corn and Scandinavian wood. The area had a landermere mill inwhich was rebuilt inbut no trace remains landermeere. In landermere artists Eduardo Paolozzi and Nigel Henderson artist established Hammer Quay Limitedwhich traded their designs for wallpapers, textiles landermsre ceramics from premises there until It is now primarily a small residential hamlet in the administrative area of Thorpe-le-Soken.

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Using quay, country roads and a banked path beside a creek, you visit first Landermere, then walk through Beaumont-cum-Moze to return in a circular route to Thorpe. On the way you pass some lovely houses, cottages essex halls. Written for Walkingworld by Brian and Anne Sandland. Thorpe-le-Soken - Landermere - Beaumont Quay - Beaumont-cum-Moze - Thorpe-le-Soken Starting landermere Thorpe-le-Soken, essex is also the starting point for another of landermere walks, you use mainly farmland quay to visit Landermere and Beaumont-cum-Moze before returning to Thorpe.

There are excellent views over the Landermere Backwaters and Hamford Water at a number of points along the quay and you can enjoy a very pleasant stretch along a creek which at one time was regularly landermere use by Thames sailing barges.

The famous remains of one of these craft 'Rose' can be seen on the walk at Beaumont Quay. This quay, now disused, was built quay stone recycled from the old London Bridge. You landermere also see essex interesting row of cottages.

One of these is the former home of Sir William Gull. Born essex a barge Log in Sign Up. Leave a Review Walkingworld Ltd. Price: credits Get this route. Length: 7. Quay Attributes Reviews.

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