Thorrington is a small village to the north of Brightlingsea, between Colchester and Clacton. It is based round the crossroads of the B1027 and B1029. It has slightly in excess of 500 households and boasts a pub and a village shop with Post Office. There is a small industrial estate at the crossroads.
Thorrington was mentioned in the Domesday Book and the Parish Church dates from the 14th Century.
Thorrington is also the site of one of the last working Tide mills in the Country. (see the logo above)
Parish Clerk : Mrs Kathy Fairhurst
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