Drapers Farm dates back to the 1500s.
Australia batted first and at the end of the innings were 5 for 226. Ian A Gibson 51 retired, John Terrell 50 retired, Harry Solomons 33, Roger Edmunds 16, Ian Petherick 15, John Costello 15 (retired hurt), Ron Kasputtis 15 not out, Alan Reid 13 and Robin Court 10 not out.
In their 45 overs Essex managed a score of 9 for 120 - Robin Court 2 for 7 off 4; Ron Kasputtis 2 for 10 off 5; Bruce Pooley 2 for 19 off 5; John Terrell 1 for 13 off 4; Phil Smith 1 for 22 off 9; Alan Reid 1 for 28 off 8. Colin Cooke took two catches while Phil Smith and Ian Petherick each took one.
St Mary the Virgin at the Hythe. A Saxon church was originally on this site to be replaced by a Norman church in 1130. It served as an important church for seafarers.
Moot Hall dates back to1420 when it was built as a tower attached to a timber manor house.