White Roding village

White Roding (historically known as White Roothing) is a straggling village pleasantly situated on the western side of the vale of the River Roding and comprises an area of some 1,853 acres. The parish straddles the A1060 within easy travelling proximity to Bishop’s Stortford, Chelmsford, Harlow and Great Dunmow. Stansted Airport is sited some 6.3 miles away. The parish landscape is dominated by picturesque farmland and open countryside. The Parish of White Roding extends to 140 households, covering the area of Church Lane/Matching Lane, Walkers Lane, Marks Hall Lane and the A1060. 

Read more about our village in the "Welcome to White Roding" booklet.

Trades and services include a recreation ground with a sports and social club, a garage services autocentre, a farm shop with restaurant, a flower shop, a barn wedding venue, and a catering equipment supplier.
The village pub The Black Horse Inn is no longer trading. 

A local landmark is the remains of White Roding windmill. 

Some links to facilities and recreational activities include:

St Martin's Church

For all details and any contact please visit the Church website