Your guide to the district of Maldon and its history
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COOKIES & PRIVACY

For general browsing, this website does not collect or store any personal information about you other than the ip address you connected to the site from in an encrypted form. This website does use cookies and similar technology to personalise content and make the adverts that you see relevent to you (see below) and to record your consent to these cookies.

We use cookies to record your activity while your are viewing the pages of this website. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form and are needed to report of the popularity of pages, browsing behaviour, returning visitors and details of the users hardware such as platform and browser type. This information is not shared. You can disable this tracking by setting the "Do not track" option in your browser.

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Non-personalised adverts:
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Last updated Jan 3 2019