bradwell on sea beach areaBradwell-on-Sea is a village in Essex, England. It is located about 9 km (5 miles) north-northeast of Southminster and is 30 km (19 miles) east from the county town of Chelmsford. The village is in the district of Maldon and will be in the new parliamentary constituency of Maldon. It has a population of 877.
 
It was a Saxon Shore fort in Roman times known as Othona. The Anglo-Saxons originally called it Ithancester. Saint Cedd founded a monastery within the old walls in 653, which survives as the restored chapel of St Peter-on-the-Wall. From there, he evangelised Essex. In the 20th century, the village became more well known as the site for the Bradwell nuclear power station. It also has a very good sailing club and outdoor leisure facilities
 
The village has been called Bradwell juxta Mare, Bradwell-next-the-Sea and Bradwell near the Sea.
 
Celebrated Residents include Thomas Abel, Sir Henry Bate Dudley and Tom Driberg
 
During World War Two Bradwell Bay Airfield was a front line air base, named RAF Bradwell Bay at the time.
 
The village is on the Dengie peninsula.

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