10 places to discover in…Maldon

PUBLISHED: 11:23 20 February 2017 | UPDATED: 11:23 20 February 2017

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With its remarkable heritage and its stunning scenery, Maldon is one of our county’s must-visit towns. Essex Life picks out 10 places you might want to see while you are there

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A place for bright ideas

Complete Lighting & Living

Samantha Padbury-Clark, Amanda Smith and Rosie Butterworth

The team at Complete Lighting and Living love being in Maldon and have filled this beautiful shop with luxury lighting, furniture, mirrors and gifts. They hope that their passion will inspire and ignite yours – they are full of bright ideas!

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A place for interior design

Tec Lifestyle

Billie Pearce and Shazia Fazal

This friendly team of specialist designers understand the importance of creating a look that works for you. Whether it’s your kitchen, bathroom or bedroom (or all three), the team will take pride in providing customers with the best possible levels of service. From the moment you step into the showroom to the installation of your new interior scheme.

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A place for a new look

Chic Ladies Fashions

Julia Brown

Chic Ladies Fashions specialises in mother of the bride and casual wear, featuring brands such as Gina Bacconi, Izabella and Pomodoro, among others. You will also find a large selection of hats, fascinators and jewellery.

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A Place to Stay

Limes Guest House

James Mann, Laura Pulham, Acacia Thurgood, Vivienne Fegurson, Penny Dyson and Paula Edwards

The Limes Guest House provides stylish boutique accommodation within a 17th century, Grade II listed town house. Located in the heart of Maldon, it is ideal for business, pleasure and special occasions.

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A place for stylish flooring

Tile Warehouse

Glyn Curtis and Alex White

The Tile Warehouse is a small, family-run business based in the beautiful town of Maldon. Established in 1989 by the Curtis family, The Tile Warehouse has built a reputation for quality and customer service throughout East Anglia.

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A place to be pampered

TC2

Members of the TC2 team

TC2 has now been open for 17 years and has recently had a refit to create a striking new salon. It has a large clientele which comes from far and wide and it specialises in tape in hair extensions, hair up (especially bridal looks), barbering and all aspects of hair. There is also an in house beautician.

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A place for something special

Read & Simpson

John Read

Read & Simpson offers not only a unique range of stunning jewellery, but also a truly personal and bespoke service. The experienced jewellers look forward to working closely with you to design, stage by stage, and select your own stones to create your perfect piece.

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A place for Restoration

Clive Beardall Restorations

Clive Beardall

Established more than 30 years ago, Clive Beardall Restorations is a small firm with experienced craftsmen dealing in all aspects of the antiques trade. Their experience and advice on any item, however large or small, can guide you about the value of your antiques and the cost of restoration. Clive’s work takes him across London and throughout East Anglia.

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A place to share some joy

Secret Hamper

Nigel Richardson with Andrea and Harry Richardson

Secret Hamper is a service that enables all of us to embrace our inner superhero by sending a box full of essentials to a loved one or friend that may be in need of a helping hand. Recipients could be new parents, students, first-time buyers, a friend in need, your chosen charity or an elderly neighbour.

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A place for dinner

Le Bouchon Brasserie & Hotel

Jade Cornish, Steve Ellis and Lily Dellow

Le Bouchon is a Grade II listed, 300 year old Georgian building which has undergone an extensive refurbishment programme restoring the building to its former glory. Guests can enjoy a relaxing walk on the riverbank, take a riverboat cruise or enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the natural surroundings.

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