Twin Towns Twin Towns » Brentwood Camera Club - Essex Brentwood Essex is not a city! There use to be a Link. Drone Shot Toward London from Weald Park Weald Park toward Brentwood View across Lake in Weald park Enter the Dragon. Taken somewhere in Brentwood Fallow Deer. There are many deer in Weald Park and in the countryside to the East of Brentwood. View over lake to Weald Church. (We do have snow but not frequently. But we did have snow last Winter.) Snow Deer View to London from Bentwood. Same skyline as before. Almshouses and gate. Almshouses were built for the poor of the Parish, generally by a rich benefactor. As you can see these Almshouses are not old. They are more likely to have been built in the 16th century Detached Houses. These two images are just to show housing in Brentwood. Note the renovated house. Victorian Villas Red Bus and Brentwood High Street. Railway Station and Bicycle. The railway station dates from 1840. Trains to London take 35 mins because they stop at every station. Shenfield Common. This is a large open space in the centre of Brentwood. Strawberry Fair. Takes place in June on Shenfield common. St Thomas a Becket. These are the ruins of a chapel dedicated to St Thomas a Beckett Short rest St Thomas of Canterbury Church Supermoon over Brentwood Cathedral. This is a catholic cathedral. Brentwood Half Marathon. An annual event which raises money for Charity. Brentwood Youth Band. The proper title is now ‘The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band’. Band and has appeared all over Europe. Rising Sun Pub. (I think you know what a pub is.) Victoria Arms Pub. Named after Queen Victoria. Brentwood Museum Ford UK Head Office Thorndon Hall. Now apartments it was finished in 1778 and replaced a much older 15 Century hall. Thorndon Park Artificial Ski Slope. (I think this was one of the first artificial ski slopes in the country) Ski slope in Winter House in Winter. Snow is a fairly rare occurrence, but it did snow last Winter. Ingatestone - High Street Last Winter. Thorndon Park Gates Signpost to Secret Nuclear Bunker. It was built in 1952/3 for RAF Fighter Command. Thatched Cottage Blackmore Village. The village green in Blackmore, a village near Brentwood. Detail of Blackmore Church Post Mill Mountnessing. Built in 1810, it has been restored to working order. Springtime Mountnessing Snowfall in Mountnessing Badgers. Badgers are protected animals so you can’t get rid of them if you have them as neighbours. Riding through the Bluebell Woods. The UK is home to half the World’s bluebells and a sight to behold in April and May. Bluebell Wood Farmland Mountnessing Misty Mountnessing sunrise Ingatestone Station. Built in 1846 this part of the station is little changed. Tornado. (It cost millions to build and the money was raised by public subscription, such is the interest in steam trains in the UK.) Club’s exhibition at the Library in April & May this year. Club’s exhibition at the Library in April & May this year.