Actively protecting our communities, our heritage and our unique ecology from Bradwell B development.

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Our Bradwell, Our Dengie, Our lives

The Dengie is not just our home, it’s also home to our joys and to our passion. The wind in your hair, the sea air on your face, whether on land or on the water, hiking the seawall or sailing the Blackwater, Bradwell brings us peace and pleasure. Name one other place where spring delivers …

Protecting our Communities
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Protecting our Communities

No matter how beneficial the proposal is framed look, the undeniable truth is that it will have an irrevocably devastating effect on our local environment. The construction and operation of Bradwell B stands to diminish the quality of life of thousands of people throughout the Dengie and in the towns and villages beyond. The consultation …

Protecting our Treasured RAF Heritage
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Protecting our Treasured RAF Heritage

The Bradwell B Action Network sets out to protect the rich and unique history of the RAF Bradwell Bay airfield. The entrance to the perimeter track is marked with a memorial listing the names of 121 members of the allied air forces who never returned to that runway – or any other. Each of those …

Protecting our unique Ecology, Flora and Fauna
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Protecting our Unique Ecology, Flora and Fauna

Bradwell-on-sea is a burgeoning habitat for rare and unique species of flora and fauna. It forms part of the protected Dengie Nature Reserve. The scope of Bradwell’s precious cockle banks, meandering marsh and protected nature conservations covers five National and Internationally protected conservation sites, including SSIs and RAMSAR*. The waters that spill onto our shores …

St Peter's Chapel Bradwell-on-sea
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Preserving the Beauty of Bradwell

Desolate landscapes of cockle banks and marsh, where the sea kisses the sky with crisp rising waves in the spring; where the curlew calls haunt the thick autumn sea mists, and where wild flowers waltz around an ancient chapel in summer. Acres of open farmland painted golden with corn and violet with flax, dotted with …

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