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7 pretty watercolour paintings from Rayleigh

PUBLISHED: 14:12 18 July 2016 | UPDATED: 14:12 18 July 2016

High Street - Reminiscent of any High Street, with beautiful buildings and people enjoying a shopping trip out.

High Street - Reminiscent of any High Street, with beautiful buildings and people enjoying a shopping trip out.

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Essex Life’s resident artist James Merriott continues his watercolour tour of Essex. This month he is in Rayleigh

'Ye Olde Crown''Ye Olde Crown'

A wonderful name for a charming historic country Inn

'Holy Trinity Church''Holy Trinity Church'

Along wth the windmill, this church is one of the two jewels in Rayleigh’s crown, positioned on the hilltop

'The Dutch House''The Dutch House'

From a bygone age, when engineers from Holland used their experience and expertise to improve the surrounding land

'Rayleigh Mount''Rayleigh Mount'

Once a castle, now a tourist attraction and nature reserve managed by The National Trust

'Rayleigh Windmill''Rayleigh Windmill'

Brilliant thinking by the planners, Rayleigh Windmill remains centre stage surrounded by a well used car park

'The Town Centre Clock''The Town Centre Clock'

Positioned with lots of surrounding space and another important part of the beauty of Rayleigh

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