Rettendon shown within Essex
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Rettendon is a small village and civil parish in the Borough of Chelmsford in Essex, England about 8 miles (13 km) south east of the city of Chelmsford. Situated near the River Crouch the village was once owned by the Bishop of Ely. The A130 formerly passed through the village. There are a number of listed buildings in the Parish.
Rettendon Primary School is located on the Main Road running through the village.
- Chelmsford City Council: "About listed buildings"
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