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Other players to have played both first class cricket and for the club include former Essex and Leicestershire man Darren Robinson, international coach Richard Pybus and New Zealand U-19 and Canterbury bowler Matt Henry.
It is part of the District of Braintree and is twinned with the town of Waldbröl, Germany.
The Empire Theatre in Butler Road hosts occasional bingo nights.
Halstead is also home to Hume's Bakery, which opened in 1960, and trades at the same shop today.
In 1827 Stephen Beuzeville was declared bankrupt; a formal deed of sale dated 11 April 1828 was created between the commissioners in bankruptcy and Samuel Courtauld, whereby Halstead Mill (subject to charges of £300) was sold to Courtaulds for a cash payment of £1,500.
Stephen and his father joined Courtaulds as employees.
Another notable find during the excavation was a votive offering pool in the grounds of the temple, containing several artefacts that would have been offered to the gods.Halstead is the home to three primary schools known as Holy Trinity, St. Halstead has one secondary school called The Ramsey Academy (formerly The Ramsey College), which is located to the north of the town centre.Many other secondary schools are within easy travelling distance; most pupils opt for either Sible Hedingham, Braintree or Colchester.which was built in 1864–66 as the corn exchange, and has also housed a technical school.Nearby Moyns Park, a Grade I listed Elizabethan country house, is said to have been where Ian Fleming put the finishing touches on his novel From Russia, with Love.
The Yellow House School is an independent school for children with special needs, situated in Sible Hedingham.