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Get Married in a Martello Tower in Clacton, Essex, South East England, UK
You can get married in a Martello Tower – (like a mini castle), with its own Moat, on the sea front of Clacton, Essex, South East England from August 2021, a stones throw away from the famous Clacton Pier. You can get married or have the reception in this unique, exclusive and historic Martello Tower and ensure that your start to married life, begins with a bang, and helps to create happy memories that will be sure to last a life time.
Host an exclusive Event in a Martello Tower in Clacton, Essex, South East England, UK
You can get host an exclusive event in a Martello Tower – (like a mini castle), with its own Moat, on the sea front of Clacton, Essex, South East England from August 2021, a stones throw away from the famous Clacton Pier. You can host an event, private party, corporate event or corporate away day, in this unique, exclusive and historic Martello Tower and ensure that your event goes of with a bang, and helps to create happy memories that will be sure to last a life time.
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About the Historic Martello Tower F in Clacton on Sea, Essex, South East England, U.K.
Martello Tower F Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, South East England, UK
Martello Tower F is soon to be an exclusive Wedding and Events venue in Essex, set within a dry moat and situated at the junction of Marine Parade West and Tower Road, overlooking the promenade and seafront to the west of Clacton Pier in England, UK.
Martello Tower F is the only remaining moated example on the Essex coast; the others at Beacon Hill, St Osyth (B), Holland Haven (G) and Walton Cliffs (J) were demolished or destroyed by coastal erosion in the 19th century.
Tower F has seen some significant alterations, particularly in the 20th century, but the structure remains substantially unchanged and still retains many details dating from the period of construction. The first floor entrance, to the north west, is still approached by the original cast iron footbridge which spans the ditch on three pairs of stilt- like legs. The section nearest the tower is designed as a drawbridge, capable of being raised to seal the entrance. One of the chains first-floor the bridge remains in place, together with the slots and iron pulleys set into the head of the entrance passage. All four of the windows to this floor were framed and glazed during the 1960s, although the apertures still retain some of the iron bars dating from 1818.
Martello Tower F Clacton, Essex, England, UK – a unique and exclusive Wedding & Events venue in Essex, South East England, from August 2021.
A timber-clad observation room, formally a coastguard lookout, stands above the forward gun embrasure, resting on a metal gantry with legs set into concrete blocks on the tower’s roof.
The ground floor of the tower is accessible via a modern passageway cut through the rear wall of a storage alcove on the south-west side. All the other alcoves and casemates remain largely unaltered and the lamp passage to the main magazine (on the seaward side) is particularly well preserved.
In World War I the Martello tower F was commandeered as a piquet station for G Company of the 8th Battalion Essex Regiment. In the inter-war years the tower came into the hands of the local authority, and in 1931 the interior was as opened as a museum. The museum was short lived as the tower was returned to military control during World War II and thereafter leased to the Ministry of Defence. The interior remained in use by the Royal Naval Auxilliary Service (RNAS) until 1990. A children’s’ zoo was established around the tower in the 1970s but closed in the late 1980s.
Things to do in South East England | Essex | Clacton
The Tower under the new guise of a wedding and events venue, will be run by UK & Global Entrepreneur, Paul Nash and is going to be a great Wedding & Events venue in Essex and us a great Things to do in Clacton, Essex or the South West of England as the Tower can be observed as part of a day out with the kids in Clacton, that combine viewing the Tower, whilst also visiting the historic Clacton Pier. An ideal activity for those seeking Things to do in Clacton, Things to do in Essex or Things to do in South East England…
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