St. John the Baptist church, Pebmarsh
Pebmarsh shown within Essex
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Pebmarsh is a small village and a civil parish in the Braintree district, in Essex, England. It is situated to the north east of Halstead close to the A131. It has a small village school, St. John the Baptist C of E primary school. There has been a school in Pebmarsh since the late 18th century, however the main part of the present school has been open and in operation since 1967, serving the surrounding villages of Pebmarsh, Lamarsh and Alphamstone. Pebmarsh has a large village hall which was built fairly recently to replace its run-down predecessor. There is a children's park in the vicinity, as well as a small skate park with three ramps.
Sir Ronald Storrs, an official in the British Foreign and Colonial Office, is buried in the village churchyard.
Pebmarsh provides ample opportunity for walking through the beautiful English countryside. There are many public footpaths, for example one that leads to another village close-by, Colne Engaine.
Pebmarsh has a local village pub called the King's Head which re-opened on the 31st December 2013 serving real ales and food.
A river runs straight through the centre of the village, called the River Peb, and is where the name of the village 'Pebmarsh' comes from.
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