- Daws Heath
- Leigh Beck
- Mount Bovers
- Stroud Green
- Sunken Marsh
Leigh-on-Sea was an old fishing and smuggling village when Southend was a mere hamlet, and it still retains much of its old-world charm. There are Cockle-boats and sheds, sailors' inns and clapboard cottages, and ships moored offshore. The cliffs provide fine sea views. The font in the church at Hockley, 6 miles to the north-west, was made from three huge blocks of Purbeck marble, nearly 900 years ago, and is a fine example of early-English craftsmanship.
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