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is a village
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and civil parish
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in the English
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county of Essex
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, seven miles west-south-west of Saffron Walden
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The Parish of Langley consists of two parts, Langley Upper Green and Langley Lower Green which are linked by roads and footpaths. The adult population is under 300.
Upper Green os grid reference is .
Lower Green os grid reference is .
Bull Lane connects Upper and Lower Green.
The Bull Inn is in Langley Lower Green.