About Eldo Bar & Music

A very warm welcome to the website for Eldo Bar and Music; the premier live music bar in Essex. Situated in the historical holiday village of Jaywick, Eldo Bar is a friendly bar which hosts a regular and varied live music roster including bands from all over the UK playing all manner of styles of music. From pop, rock, folk, acoustic and everything in between there isn’t another bar that comes close to the FREE entertainment on offer. We have a fantastic, professional in-house PA which ensures that the all the music acts sound fantastic. If that’s not enough we run a fortnightly Jam Night, hosted by well-known local musician Phil Maher, who encourages musicians of all ages and abilities to come up and perform, and everyone else to come down and enjoy the entertainment.

As well as regular music events, the Eldo Bar is also a fantastic place to come and enjoy a drink. Please come and experience our famous hospitality and allow our team to look after you. We pride ourselves on our welcoming atmosphere, and we will do our very best to make sure you have a fantastic time wether it's making your favourite drinks, playing your favourite songs on our in house music systems or even just ordering you a taxi home, we promise to be attentive. Come down and revel in the

If that isn’t enough, we have lots of other things that may excite you, like regular drink promotions, like our ever popular happy hour (4pm-6pm daily) and a cocktail menu to satisfy even the most sceptical pallet. Choose from a selection of cocktails and bombs from around the world, at the keenest prices you will find anywhere.

Not forgetting you sports and games fans, we host all the regular sporting events and tournaments on our large screens, as well as having dart boards and a pool table for use in the venue which are maintained to ensure they are kept in top condition.

Thanks for checking out our website, and feel free to take a look around and see in more detail what we have to offer.

We look forward to seeing you down the Eldo Bar very soon.

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Jaywick History

In Saxon time Jaywick was called "Clacton-inga-wick" which become Clacton-jeywick and then shortened to Jaywick. The 'Sands' addition was made to highlight the outstanding award-winning stretch of sandy beach it boasts. It is situated approximately 2 miles west of Clacton on Sea.

Jaywick Sands was the site of a dairy farm, eventually sold by the landed gentry. There are a number of stories around the history of the area. One story is that small plots of land were purchased by Londoners, many of whom were workers at the Dagenham car plant, which is the reason why many of the streets in the most westerly section are all named after cars ie Rover, Hillman and Buick.

Certainly in 1928 Frank Stedman purchased a large amount of the area with the intention of making it a holiday resort and many of the chalets/bungalows were built and used as temporary accommodation or beach huts. Over time, a major catalyst being the shortage of homes during the war, a number of these dwellings were extended, bathrooms added and used as permanent homes with many of them still being used today. Although some of the bungalows have been left empty and fallen into disrepair, the whole infastructure underwent regeneration in 2016 which improved the overall look of the area.

Although a predominantly residential area, there is still evidence of its holiday resort heritage, with second-home owners enjoying summers by the sea or offering their self-catering accommodation as holiday-lets to holiday makers, and the Martello Beach Holiday Park providing holiday caravan accommodation. The Martello Tower itself, part of Britain's sea defences against Napolean, still exists and is now a museum.

The area is most popular with walking enthusiasts, being a bracing 45 minute walk to Clacton Pier along the seafront and dog-owners who can walk their dogs on the beach nearest the cottages all year.