• Ingatestone High Street

    Ingatestone High Street

  • Queen's 90th Birthday Celebrations (photo: Ingatestone Camera Club)

    Queen's 90th Birthday Celebrations (photo: Ingatestone Camera Club)

  • The Lychgate, Fryerning

    The Lychgate, Fryerning

  • Fairfield and the Pond

    Fairfield and the Pond

  • Ingatestone Railway Station

    Ingatestone Railway Station

  • Fryerning Cemetery

    Fryerning Cemetery

Forthcoming meetings

Please note that the agenda for the August Churchyard and Environments Committee is available via the Assistant Clerk This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and will not be added to this website in time for the meeting.  The legally required notices will be published on the noticeboards on the wall of Pieros, Ingatestone and outside Fryerning Parish Rooms as normal.


Parish Questionnaire

Ingatestone and Fryerning Parish Council have created a questionnaire to gain an insight into what is important to residents and therefore shape budgetary planning in the future.  It would be great if you could take the time to complete the online questionnaire by clicking on this link below:


Paper copies of the questionnaire will be distributed with the Parish Newsletter which will be delivered at the beginning of next month.  Copies are also available at the Parish Office, 118 High Street or at Ingatestone Wines, 40 High Street.  You can also deliver your completed copies to these two locations too.

Please take part in the questionnaire and help shape Ingatestone and Fryerning in the future.

Closing date for online and paper responses is the 31st August 2016


The villages of Ingatestone & Fryerning in Essex are located between Brentwood and Chelmsford. Despite a population of nearly 5,000 and rail and road links to London and the north, the area retains a rural atmosphere and the villages are surrounded by Green Belt, farmland, ancient hedgerows and woods.

Fryerning is the smaller village and, apart from some changes to properties, has remained largely unchanged for many years. The network of public footpaths and bridleways makes it easy to enjoy this picturesque area. Ingatestone is the larger village containing shops for most needs, churches, schools, doctor’s surgery, library, post office, railway station, pubs and restaurants. There are two conservation areas in Ingatestone containing several listed buildings.

Ingatestone & Fryerning Parish Council is the largest in the borough of Brentwood...

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