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Why not become an Avon sales representative or sales leader in the Chadwell St Mary area? We have many Avon representative and sales leadership opportunities in the Chadwell St Mary area.

Chadwell St Mary is a town located in Essex, England. The settlement is frequently referred to simply as Chadwell, particularly before the 19th century. The southern part of the parish was originally a natural salt marsh adjacent to the River Thames which is tidal and saline at this point. Decaying vegetation together with mud and silt from the river were deposited from the end of the most recent ice age until the marshes were reclaimed sometime before the 14th century.

Biggin is a late medieval hamlet on the edge of the marshes that was part of the traditional parish and remains so ecclesiastically (in terms of Anglican church). The place-name 'Chadwell' is first attested in the Domesday Book of 1086, where it appears as Celdewella, meaning 'cold spring'. 'St Mary', referring to the parish church, was added to the name in Victorian times to reduce confusion with Chadwell Heath, near Romford. There is, however, another more romantic, but less academically respectable story as to how the name of Chadwell originated.

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