Jaywick & Tudor Residents Association

Dear J&TRA
I work at Natural England and am responsible for putting in place the new England Coast Path for the stretch between Jaywick and Harwich. We hope to route the path along the seafront at Jaywick. If you or any of your residents have any questions, do get back to me – and I am happy to come along to any of your meetings to talk through our proposals.
Because there is already a footpath there, there will most likely be little change, but the status of the path will be upgraded to ‘National Trail’. By 2020, we hope that the whole of the English coast will be linked with the England Coast Path.
If you would like any leaflets posted to you, or emailed, please let me know.
Regards,
Giles Merritt (Tel 07900 608479)

Salcott to Jaywick – Download Here

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Jaywick to Harwich – Download Here

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3 Responses to Jaywick & Tudor Residents Association

  1. Stan says:

    WATCH THIS SPACE FOR MODERN UPTO DATE PHOTOS OF JAYWICK AS OF SAT 18TH JUNE 2016 GOING FOR A VISIT TO FAMILY AND WILL TAKE NEW PHOTOS. LOOKS REALLY ON THE UP NOW & WITH GOLDEN BEACHES WONT BRE LONG BEFORE ITS MOANING ABOUT PARKING X

    • ian says:

      oh stan, if only you were to read the origin of some of the tourist by the non UK but east European registered cars
      you would not fail to notice our free and easy access to great beaches are a draw for those who like life less complicated by the boom of fairground type beach rides and a plethora of rubbish selling coastal shops..
      we should embrace tourism by enlarging a offroad parking area close to the peoples resource centre, which, is publicly used and not used for/by council only use…
      with the forest of for sale boards (Auction actully) gone up during the past week, a few tatty properties should be purchased by TDC to make a great offroad tourist parking area midway along the seafronting road in Brooklands, and by making a pay to park (or risk being fined / clamped) the locals wont use it as a dumping ground as they did before the Tamerisk car park was renovated into its current pay to park place..

  2. ian burit says:

    From a safety aspect, I just hope you can pursued the local police force to make there presence known to “some” weekend warrior visitors who drive to and exit from, our local holiday park here in Jaywick.
    If your planned walking route includes the brooklands sea-fronting road, the speed of some drivers is desperately dangerous to ANYONE who walks or drives along that road.
    I once applied pressure to Essex police for Installing some safety measures along that road, but was met with the reply =
    “some one has to be critically Injured or killed before we can class the road as dangerous”
    We currently have huge dumper trucks, JCB`s, regular buses plus holiday camp traffic using the road at this time of year, plus the regular users of vehicles from residents that live here..
    It wont be long before someone sadly is Injured or killed judging the speed of a late model audi turbo diesel I saw being driven out of the camp the other day..
    I estimated this vehicle was doing over 60MPH along Brooklands road…
    The paid for access roads done during the “Jaywick a chance in a life time” regeneration project in the late 1990`s gave us Essex County Council highways adopted road status along with enforceable 20MPH speed limits on –
    Lotus Way, Midway, but then reverts into a bumpy road with its 30MPH speed sign as it enters the holiday camp…
    The best part of the 20MPH roads are SPEED REDUCING ROAD HUMPS –
    so badly needed along BROOKLANDS ROAD..

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