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Allotment plots available

We currently have several plots available for rent at our Maldon Hall site, located off St Giles Crescent.

The plots all vary in size and are currently charged at 42p per sqm with a 30% reduction for tenants aged 60+.

Allotments provide good value for money and can be a great way to relax and unwind. Having your own allotment is a year-round commitment; the daily watering, weeding and general maintenance during the growing season is time-consuming, and must be considered before becoming a tenant. 

Please note that these plots can only be offered to residents of Maldon town.

If you interested to know more about the allotments please contact Jennifer 01621 857373 or email

A new Mayor for Maldon

MALDON has elected its fourth ever female mayor. Cllr Jeanette Stilts was elected as Maldon mayor at the Town Council’s Annual Meeting on Monday 15th May. She will be supported by her Mayoress Hilary Miller and Deputy Mayor Abdul Hafiz, who is president of the Maldon District Islamic Cultural Association and his Deputy Mayoress, Shamema Bedum.


The Mayor’s Charities for 2017-18 are the Maldon & Dengie Stroke Support and Carers Group and the new Church Organ Fund at St Mary’s Church, Maldon.



Have your say

Please take a few minutes to complete an online survey to have your say about the future of the Plume Building at

Annual Town Meeting

The Annual Town Meeting will take place on Tuesday 18th April 2017, at Maldon Town Hall, Market Hill.
Doors open at 6.45pm – for you to visit displays in the hall from local organisations, and enjoy light refreshments.

The meeting starts at 7.30pm, at which the prestigious Freedom of the Town Award will be granted and a brief presentation
given on the future of the Plume Building.
Click here for more details.

Environment Agency Works

Click here for more information about the Environment Agency Flood Wall Rejuvenation Works at The Granaries in Maldon.

Maldon Pancake Race

The Maldon Pancake Race took place in the High Street on Shrove Tuesday. Competitors complete with frying pans and pancakes, flipped their way around two laps of All Saints Church.

Well done to everyone that took part and to all of the spectators who helped to create a great atmosphere!