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It was announced in August 2008 that Hadleigh Farm (including the area around the castle) would host the London 2012 Olympic mountain biking events.

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Suffolk is home to several manufacturers, including Jim Lawrence Handcrafted Home Furnishings,[20] and the Hadleigh Maid chocolate company.[21] Since 2009 Hadleigh has been the home of the Hellhound microbrewery[22]

Our target is to become completely self-funding by 2023. Our confidence in achieving this is based on our track record. During the past 10 years, our commercial income has doubled and we have raised nearly £60m in donated income.

Guthrum, King of the Danes, is said to be buried in the grounds of St Mary's Church in the town.[2] He was defeated by King Alfred at the battle of Edington in 878.

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Since the Local Government Act 1972, Hadleigh, along with Canvey Island, South Benfleet, and Thundersley has formed the local government district and borough of Castle Point. As of the 2010 general election, the Member of Parliament representing the parliamentary constituency of Castle Point (created in 1983) is Rebecca Harris of the Conservative Party.

Councillors Trevor Sheldrick and Yvonne Free

The Salvation Army is a Church and registered Charity No. 214779 and in Scotland SC009359

Sharon Gold “Fantastic walks: the banks of the River Brett or the disused Railway Walk are great.”

The town has a long-established football side with teams for most ages and a leisure centre.

The deanery, with a tall Tudor gatehouse in brick built just before the Reformation, next to the church, is also a Grade I listed building.[11]

The Anglican church of St Mary the Virgin is an active parish church in the archdeaconry of Ipswich in the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich. Its earliest parts date from medieval times. On 26 April 1950 the church was designated a Grade I listed building by English Heritage. The Grade I designation is the highest of the three grades and is for buildings that are "of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important."[8]

In the 19th century, Hadleigh was the home of the cunning man James Murrell. He died in the town in December 1860.[4]

Based on the previous census, writing in 1848, Samuel Lewis, summarised the facts of its history and economy as follows:

For 122 years, Hadleigh Farm has trained and supported people with special educational needs

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At Benton End Farm there is an equestrian centre and a paintball centre.[32][33]

The town has never had a railway station and almost all of its architecture is late 19th and 20th century – only three buildings are listed but one of these is the church, which is Grade I listed.[5]

Originating in the 14th century, the Grade II* listed Toppesfield Bridge, over the River Brett, is the oldest in the county still carrying vehicles. It was widened in 1812.[7]

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Hadleigh is a town in southeast Essex, England, on the A13 between Thundersley, Benfleet and Leigh-on-Sea with a population of about 18,300.[1] It has a squared bypass to the north (the A127 'Southend Arterial Road').

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Hadleigh is an ancient market town and civil parish in South Suffolk, East Anglia, situated, next to the River Brett, between the larger towns of Sudbury and Ipswich. The headquarters of Babergh District Council are located in the town, which at the 2011 census had a population of 8,253.[1]

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The BBC television series Lovejoy was partly filmed in Hadleigh for its first two series.[citation needed]

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Hadleigh was one of the East Anglian towns that derived its prosperity from its wool and cloth industries. It has a 15th-century timber-framed Guildhall and many fine examples of timber and brick listed buildings, some with highly detailed 17th century plasterwork or "pargeting". Most of these buildings can be found in the High Street, Angel Street, Benton Street and the immediately surrounding area.

Hang out at It’s all about the country pub. Hadleigh has some decent examples, plus tea shops and delis etc, but for the star turns head to nearby villages: Boxford has the much-lauded Fleece and Lindsey The Red Rose.

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