Watton's Green

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51°38′02″N0°12′36″E / 51.634°N 0.210°E / 51.634; 0.210 Coordinates: 51°38′02″N0°12′36″E / 51.634°N 0.210°E / 51.634; 0.210

Watton's Green or Wattons Green is a hamlet near the M25 motorway, in the Brentwood, in the county of Essex, England. It is located about 4 miles away from the town of Brentwood.

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Essex County of England

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