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Brentwood is Essex Essex. The Essex that keeps the coalition in power. With Basildon and Billericay for neighbours, this is the real Essex. Towie is filmed here, its Sugar Hut nitespot and Minnies Boutique regular backdrops to assorted buffed and Botoxed shenanigans. Its townscape, likewise, is a bizarre and not altogether unpleasant cut-and-paste of fake-baked Essex heritage and suburban exec homes on a protein shake diet.
Brentwood has numerous country parks which serve as havens for nature-lovers, walkers and families alike. For some fun with the kids and family, Thorndon Country Park is home to the famous Gruffalo Trail and Weald Country Park to the Stickman Play Trail. Or for those thrill seekers looking for adventure activities, head to Rope Runners for some high-wire fun in the trees, or try your hand at skiing or go-karting.
For those seeking some retail therapy, Brentwood really can be a must-visit destination, as are the neighbouring High Streets of Shenfield and Ingatestone. With its assortment of independent shops and popular restaurants, along with a vibrant club scene Brentwood is a stimulating place to visit.
For history lovers, the 16th Century Ingatestone Hall is still home to the Petre family, who hosted Elizabeth I on several occasions. Brentwood is also home to the Secret Nuclear Bunker which is an eerily fascinating, subterranean reminder of the Cold War era.