is one of the oldest and largest English Wine Producer
in the Country and was first established in Essex by
the Greenwood family in the village of Purleigh in
1969. The vines grown at New Hall have been planted
between 12m to 24m above sea level on well-sheltered
southern facing slopes of a shallow valley. Which
over the years has proven itself to be an almost ideal
climatic site for the growing of vines. Directions:
take A414 towards Danbury and Maldon go straight onto
B1010 3 miles on Left.
rescued horses, ponies, donkeys and mules at the
Redwings Ada Cole Rescue Centre in Essex. The centre
has pleasant paddock walks and more than 50 horsey
residents, many of whom are looking for homes through
the Redwings Guardianship Scheme. The centre is open
daily and entry is free!
Directions: Off the B181 in Broadley
Common, near Nazeing in Essex.