Polling station sign

Find out where your polling station is for this years general election and which constituency you're located within.

Lake Meadows entrance sign

Lake Meadows was owned by the Spitty family in the 19th century and they had out-of-work farm labourers dig our the lake with the Billericay District Council taking the inspired decision to buy the land from a subsequent owner and create the beautiful park in 1935.

The Billericay Twinning Association was formed early 1998 to promote and foster friendship and understanding between the people of Billericay and other similar communities overseas. It is a non-local authority organisation.

Stacked newspapers

Billericay holds a wealth of media references in books, television, dvd's, music and much more.

We have collated as many references and information as we can with references to Billericay.

Norsey Wood entrance sign

Norsey Wood is a mixed coppice woodland covering an area of 65ha (165 acres) and consists of a variety of habitats because of the different underlying geology. It has a history that goes back some 4000 years and this, together with the richness of its wildlife, makes this site unique.

Temperature

View official MET Office weather reports for Billericay in Essex.

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Icicle on tree

Queens Park Country Park is set over 60 acres of former amenity parkland, now managed to enhance the area for wildlife.

Visitors can roam widely across the park while keeping to the extensive footpath system. A bridle path runs along one edge of the park.

Map of Billericay in Essex

View a detailed map of Billericay displaying local points of interest, public transport links, parking and cash points. 

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Black cab and bus

Billericay provides a number of transport links to nearby towns and a direct train service into central London via London Liverpool Street and to London Southend Airport.

A bus service also operates through the town centre, via the train station and main roads through to larger towns like Basildon and Chelmsford and as far as Lakeside also.