Town Guide

We've pulled together the best of Billericay from parks and woodland walks to local weather and Billericay Polling stations and constituencies

Explore our Billericay town guide pages and find out something new or discover a hidden gem!

Find a local group or delve into the history of Billericay all the way back to The Pilgrim Fathers and the Building of the railway through Billericay.


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Map of Billericay in Essex

View a detailed map of Billericay displaying local points of interest, public transport links, parking and cash points. 

Parking sign

Billericay provides a number of pay & display car parks, on road parking and private parking through schemes like JustPark.

Norsey Wood entrance sign

Norsey Wood is a mixed coppice woodland covering an area of 65ha (165 acres) and consists of a variety of habitats because of the different underlying geology. It has a history that goes back some 4000 years and this, together with the richness of its wildlife, makes this site unique.

Black cab and bus

Billericay provides a number of transport links to nearby towns and a direct train service into central London via London Liverpool Street and to London Southend Airport, Gatwick, Heathrow etc.

Queens Park country park sign

Queens Park Country Park is set over 60 acres of former amenity parkland, now managed to enhance the area for wildlife.

Lake Meadows entrance sign

Lake Meadows park features a fishing lake, swimming pool, play area, cafe, skate park, bowls green, tennis courts, crazy golf and regular events through the year including Billericay Fireworks and Park Run.

Stacked newspapers

Billericay holds a wealth of media references in books, television, dvd's, music and much more.


There are numerous local groups, organisations and charitable groups in Billericay.

We've collated as many as possible into these pages, but we know there are many more out there!

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The first recorded name for Billericay appeared in 1291 as 'Byllyrica', although there were many variations of the name throughout the Middle Ages.

Discover more about the vast history of Billericay and how it has developed through the years. 

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