Welcome to the Parish Council Website for Little Baddow, Essex

Little Baddow is an attractive rural Essex village which lies between Danbury to the south and Hatfield Peverel to the north. The village is a haven for walkers and is well-known for its bluebell woods.

Its northern boundary is the Chelmer and Blackwater Canal, an area recognised for its natural beauty with boating, fishing, walking and other leisure facilities.

For a map of how to find Little Baddow click here.

The village, which won a “Best Kept Village” award in 2005, has a lively community and is quite unique in having a dedicated History Centre – a community project built by local fundraising events and grant awards to house the village records. The village has an active church community and has one of the oldest non-conformist chapels built in Essex.

This website has been produced by the Parish Council with the aim of being a “first stop” for information and news about our village and surrounding area.

Please click on an image to see an enlarged version, and it’s title