Stebbing is a small village in the Uttlesford district of northern Essex, England. The village is situated north of the ancient Roman road Stane Street. Its high street contains a pub, and a bowling green. About 1500 people live in the village. It is 6.4 miles (10.3 km) from the nearest railway station (Braintree railway station), and 7.6 mi (12.2 km) from nearest airport (BAA London Stansted)

Stebbing is mentioned in the Domesday Book

"Henry de Ferrers holds Stebbing in demesne which Siward held as a manor and as two hides and 30 acres. Then and later two ploughs in demesne; now 3. Among the men then 4 ploughs now six and a half. There were six villans now eight. Then 16 bordars now 33."

Half a mile north-west of the church is The Mount, the moated earthwork remains of the medieval castle.

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