Welcome to Leigh Port
Leigh-on-Sea is situated on the Northern side of the Thames Estuary in the Borough of Southend-on-Sea.
Leigh Port is is home to many vessels, both fishing and recreational and the surrounding marshes are designated as a Special Protected Area and RAMSAR site.
Leigh-on-Sea Tide Times
Government announces financial support for England’s fishing businesses £10 million fund for England’s fishing and aquaculture sectors announced. Published 17 April 2020 From: Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, HM Treasury, Marine Ma …
During normal times, 80% of a catch for fishermen in Kent and Essex goes to foreign markets. Due to the current Covid-19 crisis, all major international and national markets for fish and shellfish have closed or are limited. By connecting you, the loca …
Old Leigh is a fabulous place for leisure and getting outside. There are many activities and events throughout the year in the old town.
Leigh on Sea is the most active fishing port on the North Thames and the first fishing Port out of London. The fleet predominately fish for cockles but Sole, Thornback Ray, Herring and Whelks are also landed locally. The identity of Leigh-on-Sea as an active port of commercial fishing activity is critical to the local economy and the ‘brand’ of the local and wider area.