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The Halstead Heritage Musuem is situated at Mill House and is open on Wednesday and Sunday from 1.30pm to 4.00pm

Halstead is a town and civil parish located in Braintree District of Essex in England. It has a population of 11,906.[1]

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The introduction of new technology was important but the mills still remained heavily dependent on manpower, or more accurately, woman-power. The looms required supervision by an army of young female workers and even in 1838, more than 92% of the workforce was female.

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Join us any Wednesday evening at 7:20pm. Courtauld Sports Ground, Colchester Rd, Halstead, CO9 2EN.

A historical society holds regular monthly meetings and a town museum attached to the town council offices features some historical artefacts and various objects limited to local interest. The Empire Theatre in Butler Road hosts occasional bingo nights. Halstead is also home to Hume's Bakery, which opened in 1960, and trades at the same shop today.[3][4]

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We are currently looking for people to source as much information as possible to make this website a great focal point of information. If you would like to contribute to the website, please send an email to: info@halstead.org.uk

Halstead has a library situated in a large open-plan building that was built as the corn exchange (1864-1866) but has also housed a technical school. Nearby Moyns Park, a Grade I listed Elizabethan country house, is said to have been where Ian Fleming put the finishing touches on his novel From Russia, with Love.

The Ramsey Academy (formerly the Ramsey College) is another school, to the north of the town centre.

The league table below looks at the total crimes and crime rate for July 2016 that occurred in all neighbourhoods within 5 miles of Halstead and orders them by lowest crime rate first.

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Halstead is the home to three primary schools:

Since 2010 the town has a rugby club called Halstead Templars R.F.C.

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We can be found at the top of the hill of this market town in North Essex.

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The town is near Colchester and Sudbury, in the Colne Valley. The town originally developed on the hill to the north of the river. The name Halstead is said to have derived from the Old English hald (refuge, shelter, healthy) and stede (site, place or farm), meaning 'healthy farm' 'safe place' or 'place of refuge'.[2]