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About this area:
“South Ockendon is a settlement and Church of England parish in the Thurrock borough and unitary district in Essex in the East of England, United Kingdom.
South Ockendon is an ancient parish. It was a village before the Norman Conquest and had a church by 1085. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Wokenduna, supposedly named after a Saxon chief, Wocca, whose tribe lived on a hill. The suffix “”don”” in Old English means a low hill in open country. Until the late 1940s, the village centred on The Village Green, with its Norman Church facing “”The Royal Oak”” a 17th century tavern. North, South and West Roads all converge on The Green.”