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The page is divided into these categories:

Travel/accommodation Travel & accommodation
Local Local
British and International British & International links
History History

RNLI Find out more about the important work of the Harwich RNLI crew at the Harwich Lifeboat site
RHYC The Royal Harwich Yacht Club was founded at Harwich in 1843 but moved up the river Orwell to Woolverstone in 1947

Travel & accommodation
Getting a train to or from Harwich International, Dovercourt or Harwich Town stations? Check out these links
The Harwich web-site Train Travel page The Harwich web-site Train Travel page
Qjump Qjump
The Train Line The Train Line
U.K. Transport Info U.K. Transport Info
Catching a ferry from Harwich? Check these web-sites ...
Stena Stena Line
DFDS Scandinavian Seaways DFDS Scandinavian Seaways - the uk's favorite cruise community -
"The UK's favorite cruise community."
BBC Weather Centre Check the weather outlook for Harwich at the BBC Weather Centre
harwichweather dot eu Check the Harwich  weather "nowcast" out at website.
The Port For general information about the port, see the Harwich International Port web-site
AA Approved Want to book AA-approved accommodation in the area? Go to the AA web-site for information

Drama Tread the boards or find out about the latest production at the Dovercourt Theatre Group site
KSW Preservation Group Let the Eastern National KSW Preservation Group introduce you to open-top motoring — in a 1953 Bristol bus
Electric Palace The historic Electric Palace cinema
Evening Gazette Get the latest Essex news from the Evening Gazette
Terrence Farrell A treasure-trove of antiques and nautical memorabilia in Old Harwich — check out Terrence Farrell’s shop on-line
Gunfleet Sands Offshore Gunfleet Sands Offshore Wind Farm ‘will significantly help the UK achieve its renewable energy target, which is 10% of our electricity from renewable energy sources by 2010’
Harwich and Dovercourt Camera Club
Meet a friendly informal group of enthusiastic photographers whose specific interests vary from colour to black and white, digital or otherwise at the:
Harwich and Dovercourt Camera Club
Discuss various topics with other internet-enabled locals at the Harwich & Dovercourt Message/Discussion Board
Harwich, Dovercourt and Parkeston Swimming Club The Harwich, Dovercourt and Parkeston Swimming Club: are we going to say ‘in the swim’? Are we heck
Rugby Visit the Harwich and Dovercourt Rugby Club web-site to find out about the club’s history as well as current fixtures and results
Harwich and Parkeston Football Club Harwich & Parkeston Football Club
Keep up with the Harwich Runners
UFOs Harwich UFO Sightings — indispensable
Howling Dog Western Dance and Country Music Club: ardent fund-raisers for charity, they have raised in excess of £14,000 over the last four years, including £3000 in one day to send a local lad to Disneyland, Florida
Linda and Nick’s Beach Hut Site Linda and Nick’s Beach Hut Site
Harwich Rotary Club The Harwich Rotary Club
Constable Country Venture up the river Stour and into Constable Country with the Stour Valley web-site
Tendring dot net The web-site is a portal for everyone who lives in the Tendring peninsular
XL Services can link you to Airport Cars as well as other Harwich web-sites
East Anglia
Harwich is in north-east Essex, in the south of East Anglia and close to the Suffolk border.
Long Melford Long Melford, Suffolk — a site dedicated to the Village and to Melford and Kentwell halls
The Garden Trellis Company The Garden Trellis Company are making gardens beautiful all over London and the home counties
Suffolk Churches Simon’s Suffolk Churches — amazing

British & International links
Harwich, MA Find out more about our sister town in the USA at the Office of the Harwich (Massachusetts) Harbormaster
U.K. Villages U.K. Villages is a network of web-sites dedicated to individual towns and villages across Britain

Mayflower Find out more about Christopher Jones and Harwich’s Mayflower connections
Mayflower An excellent page about the Mayflower on the ‘Plimoth-on-Web’ site
New Mayflower ... and a page devoted to the Mayflower II, a modern reproduction
Christopher Jones and the Mayflower There is a page devoted to Christopher Jones and the Mayflower on this web-site
Samuel Pepys Samuel Pepys was not only a prolific diarist and spectacular womaniser (or vice versa), but also M.P. for Harwich. This impressive new private site is publishing his diaries on the web.
Tolly Cobbold Thomas Cobbold continued a long tradition of brewing in Harwich. In 1846 he started a second, larger brewery in Ipswich, where brewing sadly ended in 2002
The Cobbolds in Harwich We have our own page devoted to the Cobbold family’s breweries in Harwich
The Tate Travel (virtually) to the Tate Gallery on Millbank, London, to see John Constable’s ‘Harwich Lighthouse’ (c.1820)

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