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I N D E X

Historic House

South Street,

Rochford,

Essex,

SS4 1BW


The building returned to private residence in the 20th century but gradually fell into disrepair, until 1982 when Rochford District Council bought it and gave The Old House its new lease of life. It is normally closed to the public but is now being opened more frequently for guided tours.

If you would like to book a guided tour select HERE.

Origin/Meaning

Since 1515AD

The Old House

Rochford Coat of Arms

Rochford Hall

The arms were officially granted on March 8, 1975. The crest shows a seax or sword for Essex County and a windmill from the arms of Rayleigh.

The supporters are a bull and a wyvern. The bull sugests cattle farming, and also was part of the coat of arms of the Boleyn family who had strong connections with Rochford. It is winged to show a connection with Southend Airport. The wyvern is the ancient emblem of Sweyne showing a Viking connection.

The motto - Our Heritage, Our Future - was designed by Mrs Littlewood of Prittlewell in a competition.

Rochford Hall in Essex is a manor house said to be where King Henry VIII first cast his eyes on a young Anne Boleyn. The Boleyns owned the home from 1515, a home claimed to be the setting of secret meetings between King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. There are even rumours of a secret tunnel system beneath the home that King Henry VIII used as his discreet escape route from the house.

The manor was originally built in 1216 and in its 16th century form, comprised a turreted manor with moat and a great hall. The hall has been greatly altered over the years and is now privately owned and operates as a golf club.

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Read about all the businesses who make up the Stall Holders of Rochford Market and what they sell. If you would like to contact any of them, we will either show you their contact number or alternatively you can call 07802 427073 and we will put you in touch

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Rochford Genealogical Records

Places to Visit & Things To Do within a 6 mile radius

It is said that Oliver Cromwell met his future wife while walking in Rochford

Southend Airport was known as RAF Rochford during the second world war, and much of the land of the airport falls within the Parish of Rochford.

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                                                     Location and directions to Market Square, Rochford

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

Under the revised Government controls which came into effect 1st June, 2020 we can officially open the Market and will gradually introduce other Stalls.

We are aiming to increase the number of Stalls by 16th June but this will depend on the confidence of the individual Traders.

To date the following Stalls are in attendence most Tuesdays -

Bread & Cake Stall      Westley Family Greengrocer      Friendly Dragon Sensory Toys      Card Box

Trevor Day Household Supplies    Just So Ladies Clothes  Store Brand & General Goods      Steve’s Bags

      Ruby’s Boutique     -     More to follow over the coming weeks

When the Market is fully operational again we will place the information here so keep an eye out.

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