The village sign at Latchingdon the street in the background is Bucannan Way.
|Latchingdon shown within Essex|
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Originally called Latchingdon & Snoreham
Established: 1042AD as "Laecedune"
A small village but with some good local amenities such as a Used Car Sales (C&L Cars), Petrol Station (with shop), Happy Shopper, Newsagents and a Chinese.
Current Church: Christ Church, built in 1857, and featuring an Essex Bell-cote.
St Michael's Church was built in 1618, but its use was limited once Christ Church was built in the centre of the village, and it was deconsecrated in 1976.
A Congregational Church was also built in the village, but it closed and is now a private house.
Latchingdon and Snoreham Poor
Under the Poor Law of 1834, Latchingdon and Snoreham became part of the Maldon Union.
Latchingdon Parish Council meets monthly at Latchingdon village hall.
- "Parish population 2011". Retrieved 21 September 2015.
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