We stopped here on the way back from Suffolk as we love the jam, particularly the greengage which is hard to come by. The restaurant was packed with people so we went on to their cafe in Heybridge for tea. The museum was fascinating, not just for the jam making, but the record of the lives of the people in the area. The shop was fantastic and I think we emptied shelves with jams you can't find in our local supermarkets. We will definitely go back.
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