Other gardens on site include: Friends of Cressing Temple Gardens work with the garden's horticulturalist to support our gardens. Volunteers, with or without gardening experience, are always welcome in the walled garden and other areas.

To volunteer, please contact the Horticulturalist by emailing [email protected]

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You can find full details of our services on the window installers and glass cutting services pages of this website, or contact us at Brentwood Glass today to arrange your no obligation survey and quotation.

Paul Mason Associates are an exciting and forward thinking independent estate agent, priding ourselves on offering an unparalleled personal service.

With many tables around the site, picnics at Cressing Temple are popular, especially in summer.

Picnic tables in the Tea Room garden are for Tea Room customers only.

Since opening in 2008 the company and team have grown significantly and risen to the forefront of the property market in the mid-Essex area.

We would love to see you at Cressing and there is still lots for you to enjoy, not forgetting of course the very tempting Tiptree Tea Room.

Cressing Temple, between Witham and Braintree, is of supreme interest for its unique buildings and gardens.

Given to the Knights Templar in 1137, its Grade I-listed Barley and Wheat Barns, built in the 13th century, are among the oldest timber barns and few surviving Templar buildings in England.

The courses teach skills in the technical and practical care and repair of historic buildings, and are popular with historic building owners and professionals such as surveyors, architects, building contractors, self-employed tradesmen.

For more information and to enroll, see Essex Place Services: traditional building skills and conversation training courses. Toilets can be found on site and include disabled and baby changing facilities.

Cream teas at 'The Barns' Tea Room and picnics in Cressing Temple's gardens are popular, as well as events and weddings.