Great Holland is a village in Essex, located to the north-east of Holland-on-Sea, and west of Frinton-on-sea. The village is served by a bus service to Clacton-on-Sea to the south and Kirby Cross, to the north. The village is served by two churches, a Methodist church and the parish church, 'All Saints'. There is an annual church fete held in the grounds of the Old Rectory funds of which go to All Saints.
Great Holland also has a village shop and a pub called The Manor.
- Lilian Hicks, suffragette, lived here
- Amy Bull, a leader of the suffragettes, was born at Great Holland Hall in 1877.
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