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Much of the land area around Great Wakering is closed to the public as it forms part of a Ministry of Defence (MOD) firing range – the 'New Ranges'. When firing is not taking place, however, the MOD beach at Wakering Stairs can be accessed via a rough road at Landwick security check-in. You can also cross MOD land and walk across the Range from Cupid's Corner to follow a muddy track to the seawall which offers great views over the Maplin Sands. The MOD beach is a great spot for watching Brent geese and waders. You will find much military debris around the area such as old firing targets, railway tracks, a lookout tower and several ruined batteries. There is also access here to the tidal path 'The Broomway', which leads to Fisherman's Head on Foulness Island (visible on the horizon in this video). 
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