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Mount's Bay was a major trading area with five ports in the 14th century.

Hendon, located on the coast, immediately to the south of the borough, was already in use as a port by the later 14th century, although other refer

Henley from the Wargrave Road (detail) by Jan Siberechts: from an original painting in the River & Rowing Museum, Henley-on-Thames

The Gunfleet was the name of the large estuary fed by the Holland River or brook, which formerly ran into the sea between Frinton and Little Hollan

Fan bridge is the second earliest rcorded crossing point on the river now known as Holland Brook (formerly Holland River).

Rice bridge is the earliest recorded crossing point on the river now known as the Holland Brook, and one of the furthest inland. It was in existenc