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Brentwood is located in the English county of Essex, it is 16 miles east of London. It is located in the London commuter belt, 20 miles (30 km) east north-east of Charing Cross, and near the M25 motorway.
Brentwood is an affluent suburban town with a small but expanding town centre shopping area and a quaint old high street. Beyond this is extensive sprawling residential development entirely surrounded by open countryside and woodland area just outside the M25. Brentwood is twinned with Roth and Montbazon respectively in Germany and France.
It is considered very unlikely that there was any significant early settlement of the area which was originally covered by the Great Forest of Essex. It is believed that despite the Roman road between London and Colchester passing through, that the Saxons were the earliest settlers of this area.
Robert Graves, in his book I, Claudius, refers to Brentwood as the site of the battle where Claudius defeated the Ancient Britons in the year 44 AD. Graves does state though that names and places in the book are sometimes fictitious. The ruins of the Chapel of Thomas Becket are located in the town centre
The borough itself began as a small clearing in the middle of a dense forest, created by fire, giving it the name of Burntwood, or 'the place where the wood was burned'. People then naturally began to settle there and, because it was on the crossroads of the old Roman road from Colchester to London plus the route that the pilgrims took across the River Thames to Canterbury, it then grew into a small town. A chapel was built in around 1221 then in 1227 a market charter was granted. The new township, occupying the highest ground of the parish, was at the junction of the main London-Colchester and Ongar-Tilbury road.
Its growth could perhaps have then been stimulated by the cult of St. Thomas the Martyr, to whom the chapel was dedicated, the 12th century ruins of the Thomas Becket Chapel was a popular stopping over point for many pilgrims on their way to Canterbury. The ruin is in the centre of the high street, near the nearby parish church of Brentwood. Pilgrims Hatch, or 'Pilgrims' gate', was likely named from pilgrims who crossed through on their way up to the chapel. It is thought that Brentwood's development was due chiefly to its main road position, its associated market, and also its convenient location as an administrative centre near London. Early industries were mainly connected with textile and garment making, beer brewing, and brick-making.