Clacton-on-Sea Essex

Clacton on Sea the Sunshine Coast of Essex

Doug Carpenter ClactonClacton has lovely sandy beaches, safe sea bathing, water sports, a Victorian pier with undercover amusements & fun fair, Pubs, Clacton clubs, cafes and Restaurants. Plus two indoor ten pin bowling with Dinning and games rooms in The Lanes on the pier and Pavillion Bowls next to the fun fair on the sea front. Shopping area, with many of the popular national chains represented – Boots, Marks and Spencer, New Look, Next, B&Q, QD, Bon Mache, Argos, Sports Shops, The Shopping Village Outlet. Plus the usual bargain shops i.e. Pound Shop plus beach Bucket & Spades, ice cream or candy floss, pie & mash, seafood from Tubby Isaacs. Site run by Doug Carpenter.
Clacton on Sea, Essex flower gardens About Clacton on Sea, Essex: Beside the miles of sandy beaches, there are beautifully restored themed gardens, bowling greens, two theatres, golf course and a Sports and Leisure Centre. Clacton Carnival and Jazz Festival in the high season, Clacton Shopping Village, a major factory outlet shopping village opened in 1998, a vibrant Victorian pier, sport on land and water and a lively nightlife, or dine and relaxing as you would expect from a major English seaside resort: fish and chips – pie and mash – Italian or Chinese, Pubs and beach bars, restaurants and end of pier Café.
Clacton Air Show Thursday 24th 25th August 2017 a two day event along the beach front the only air show on the East Coast. The Red Arrows the world famous display team will perform for what are expected to be bumper crowds on August Bank Holiday. Other Aerobatic team set to perform will include the Tigers Parachute Display Team plus side shows, food stalls and displays. Last year successful two day event with over 250,000 in attendance. 11am – 8.30pm Thursday & 11am – 5pm Friday. Clacton Air Show Thursday night was superb well done the night display teams and Clacton Pier fireworks. #ClactonAirShow #RedArrows
Clacton Carnival 2015 Carnival Week Saturday, 12 – 20 August, 2017. A week of fun events for all the family. Carnival procession departs West Road car park at 6pm on Saturday 13th August. Events include a children’s fancy dress competition, fete and fireworks with 100 or more side-shows, the annual egg throwing contest and come along to the Beer dig on the West Beach.

 

Clacton on Sea Pier Clacton Pier open 11am till 5pm daily. Rides include: The Twister, Paratrooper, Simulator, Stella’s Revenge, Techno Jump, Dodgems and more. Every Bank Holiday Sunday throughout the year is marked by a FREE Fireworks Evening and to celebrate the start of the school holidays fireworks can be seen for miles on the Saturday display. Usually the fireworks are set off between 8pm – 9pm but this is weather and safety checks permitting. Please come and enjoy some of the activities we have on offer at Clacton Pier and grab the best view in town of the fireworks disaplay!
Clacton Town Hall Princes Theatre Clacton the largest multi-purpose venue of its kind in this part of North Essex. The theatre offers a varied programme of entertainment for all the family and a wide range of community activities . The district’s multi-purpose venue for live entertainment, the Princes Theatre hosts a range of concerts, shows and community activities throughout the year. Post code CO15 1SE
West Cliff Theatre Clacton West Cliff Theatre & Arts Centre with a programme of over 200 performances each year including monthly comady show. Getting to the West Cliff Theatre: follow the A133 towards the centre of Clacton and all the way to the seafront. Turn right onto Marine Parade East, continue along the seafront onto West Road, the turning for Tower Road will be on your right. The theatre is located a short way along Tower Road on the lefthand side, post code CO15 1LE
ClactonShoppingVilageMandS Clacton Factory Outlet has a wide range of stores selling a vast selection of goods, where you can save up to 60% off high street prices, while your there you can enjoy casual dining, food and drink on-the-go to enhance your shopping trip. Clacton Factory Outlet has an outdoor children’s play area which is a great way to keep your children entertained during a hard day of shopping. Whether you are looking for everyday essentials, or to buy that special gift, shopping couldn’t be easier. Plus events like a Bus rally, street entertainers and car boot sales. Address: Stephenson Road West, Clacton-on-Sea CO15 4TL Essex
Brook Retail Park Currys Brook Retail Park, Great Clacton has a Tesco Superstore stocking a full range. Currys with a large range of domestic appliances including televisions, washing machines, dishwashers, cookers, fridges and cameras. Also at the retail park Pizza Hut, B&Q DIY Superstore, The Carphone Warehouse and KFC, there’s plenty of parking, cheap petrol all right next to Brook Country Park with a total area 14 hectares of rough grassland with scattered blocks of young trees. The park provides informal, quiet countryside recreation for the public and contributes towards the bio-diversity of the area. Enter from A133 Bypass or London Road, Essex, CO15 4EF Phone 01255 426 516
Clacton Police Station Clacton Police Station 8 Beatrice Road, CO15 1ET Phone: 01255 221312 View station on map

Clacton fire station St Johns Road, Postcode: CO16 8DB Clacton & District Hospital Tower Road, CO15 1LH Phone: 01255 201717 View Map

RNLI Clacton-on-Sea Lifeboat Station Hastings Avenue, CO15 1BW Phone:01255 421471

Arms of the former Clacton Urban District Council Tourist Information Centre, Town Hall, Station Road, CO15 1SE Tel: +44 (01255) 686633 Map Directions The West beach has been awarded an ENCAMS Blue Flag Seaside Award in the past. The award set minimum standards for water quality, cleanliness and facilities. BBC Tide Table East Clacton-on-Sea – Getting there by car: Escape London and the M25, take the A12 signposted Chelmsford and Colchester, pass the exits to Colchester West and Colchester Central, then join the A120 signposted Harwich and Clacton. From the Midlands and North, follow the A14 (signposted Felistowe/Harwich) until you are south of Ipswich. Join the A12 signposted London, then take the A120 signposted Harwich. From the A120 take the A133

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