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The new (1991) Roman Catholic classical cathedral church of St Mary and St Helen incorporates part of the original Victorian church
The Brentwood Centre opened in 1988 and since then has been a popular leisure and events venue, with over 750,000 visitors each year
Brentwood began as a clearing made in the woods by burning trees (hence 'burnt wood' which became Brentwood) to provide a stop-off point about one day's journing from the Thames for pilgrims en route from East Anglia to the shrine of Thomas Becket at Canterbury
Offering free WiFi and free private parking, Brentwood City Apartment is located a short walk to the Brentwood High Street and Brentwood train station
Set in 165 acres of naturally undulating land in the heart of Brentwood
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