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Ingatestone is a village in Essex, England, with a population of about 5,000. To the immediate north exists the town of Fryerning, and also with each other both form the civil church of Ingatestone as well as Fryerning. Ingatestone exists within Metropolitan Green Belt land 20 miles (32 km) north-east of London. The built-up area is largely located between the A12 trunk road as well as the Great Eastern Main Railway Line. Today it is a wealthy commuter town. The civil church for the location is regulated by Ingatestone and Fryerning Parish Council. Given that 1974 the village has actually been within the District of Brentwood, although in earlier times the parish belonged to Chelmsford Rural area, Chelmsford Rural Sanitary District, and Chelmsford Poor Law Union. The town lies within the Chelmsford Hundred. Ingatestone has two sanctuary, one covering the train station and Station Lane, and the various other protecting the central shopping location of High Street.