Warnes Interior Aquadi Bathrooms in Manningtree

The bathroom can be one of the most relaxing rooms of the home. A place of serenity, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

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Facts about Manningtree


The name Manningtree is thought to derive from ‘many trees’. The town grew around the wool trade from the 15th century until its decline in the 18th century and also had a thriving shipping trade in corn, timber and coal until this declined with the coming of the railway. Manningtree is known as the centre of the activities of Matthew Hopkins, the self-appointed Witchfinder General, who claimed to have overheard local women discussing their meetings with the devil in 1644 with his accusations leading to their execution as witches.

Smallest Town

Manningtree has traditionally claimed to be the smallest town in England, and in 2007 mayor Lee Lay-Flurrie said that this had been confirmed to her by the Census Customer Services, with 700 people in 20 hectares (using the high tide mark). However both this figure and the 2011 census population for the civil parish of 900 is much higher than the 351 population of Fordwich in Kent. In April 2009 it was proposed that Manningtree should merge with Mistley and Lawford to form a single parish, losing its separate identity as a town. As of 2018 such a merger has not occurred and the town council presently claims to be the smallest by area.

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