Little Dunmow



Welcome to Little Dunmow

Little Dunmow is a small historic village, details of which are mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086. It is situated in rural Essex, in the vale of the River Chelmer about 3 miles (4.8 km) east-southeast of the town of Great Dunmow. The old village has just 99 dwellings and retains its own distinct identity and conservation area with many listed buildings. From entering Little Dunmow as though heading to Felsted, and arriving to Flitch Green which is the new village, is 0.8 miles. Leaving Flitch Green and arriving to Felsted is 0.2 miles. Flitch Green was built on the site of a former Felsted Sugar Factory, and has its own separate civil parish since April 2009 under an order made by the local authority, Uttlesford District Council. Flitch Green Primary School opened on 15 September 2008. a new modern eco-friendly and inclusive primary school. The Flitch Way, a linear country park along the route of the old Braintree to Bishop's Stortford railway, links the old and new village. As of 2006, Little Dunmow had an electoral population of about 1,250, divided between the old village (250) and the newer development of Flitch Green (1,000)



Priory Church, Little Dunmow

Little Dunmow Church

Little Dunmow Priory

Little Dunmow Windmill
Back of postcard Lt Dunmow Church
Back of postcard Lt Dunmow Church