• Coggeshall Abbey

    The abbey church is long gone but the remains of other monastic buildings remind us of what used to be.
  • Grange Barn

    One of the earliest timber framed buildings in Europe the Grange Barn was almost demolished in the 1970s.
  • Paycocke House

    Built for one of the wealthiest Coggeshall Clothiers the house is now owned by the National Trust.
  • The Town Clock

    Market Hill and its Jubilee Clock are at the centre of our town and closely linked in history
  • St Peter ad Vincula

    Our parish church built with profits from wool and almost destroyed in the Second World War
  • The Congregational Chapel

    This Independant Chapel was twice restored and dates from 1715
  • St Nicholas' Chapel

    One of the earliest buildings using brick since Roman times
  • The Longbridge

    A thirteenth century bridge built by the monks of Coggeshall Abbey
  • The Baptist Chapel

    The Baptist congregation is as early as any in the country
  • Robert Hitcham's School

    Founded in 1656 to teach 'the poorest and neediest children in Coxall'
  • The Woolpack Inn

    Inextricably linked with Coggeshall's former prominence as a wool town
  • The Friends Meeting House

    Quakers have met in Coggeshall for 200 years.
  • The Greenwood Charity Almshouses

    Dating from 1795 using money from the sale of the Market Hall
  • The Church Green Almshouses

    Built in the 1890s from money collected by Mrs Amy Beaumont
  • The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

    The Chapel on Stoneham Street was opened in 1883
  • The Liberal Club

    It's construction in 1908 led to the rediscovery of the ancient Peter's Well
  • The Catholic Church

    Opened in February 1928, this is the most recent of our churches