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Sheerness Lifeboat Station

Sheerness Lifeboat Station is an RNLI station located in the town of Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey in the English county of Kent. The station is on the north coast of the county, strategically placed at the mouth of the River Medway and close ...

Shepway, Maidstone

Shepway is a suburb to the south-east of Maidstone in Kent, England. It lies to the south of Mote Park, to the east of Loose Road and Sutton Road and west of Willington Street. The land was formerly farmland and orchards. The suburb takes its nam ...

Sholden

It has previously been known as Soldone and Scholdon. It is a grade II* listed Church. Nicholas, which is in the diocese of Canterbury and deanery of sandwich. Also there is a school, cricket pitch and one public house, the sportsman. This is the ...

Singleton, Kent

Singleton is a suburb of Ashford in Kent, South East England, first developed in the 1980s. Although Singleton forms a contiguous urban area with the large town of Ashford to its east, it is formally a part of Great Chart with Singleton civil parish.

Singlewell or Ifield

Singlewell or Ifield is the name given to the area south of Gravesend in Kent, England. Originally two separate settlements on either side of Watling street, now separated by the A2 road and a tunnel under the channel tunnel railway line and has ...

Sissinghurst

Sissinghurst is a small village in the borough of Tunbridge Wells in Kent, England. Originally called Milkhouse Street, Sissinghurst changed its name in the 1850s, possibly to avoid association with the smuggling and cockfighting activities of th ...

Small Hythe

Small Hythe is a hamlet near Tenterden in Kent, England. The population is included in Tenterden. He stood on the branch mouth of the river Rother and was a busy shipbuilding port in the 15th century, before the silting up and draining of swamps ...

Snargate

Snargate is a village near New Romney in Kent, England. Snargate was home to the painter Harold Gilman, sometimes called the English van Gogh. He was a British impressionist and a member of the Camden town group. He grew up in Snargate rectory, w ...

Snave

Snave is a very small hamlet on Romney Marsh in Kent, England centred close to the A2070 road 8 miles south of Ashford. Its buildings are a few houses, barns and store sheds and the church of St Augustine which holds one service per year at harve ...

Snowdown

Snowdown is a hamlet near Dover in Kent, England. It was the location of one of the four chief collieries of the Kent coalfield. The population of the village is included in the parish of Aylesham, Kent. As a result, the snow is served by a paris ...

Southfleet

Southfleet is a small village and civil parish in the borough of Dartford in Kent, England. The village is located three miles southwest of Gravesend, while the parish includes within its boundaries the hamlets of Betsham and Westwood. Southfleet ...

Speldhurst

Speldhurst is a village and civil parish in the borough of Tunbridge Wells in Kent, England. The parish is to the west of Tunbridge Wells: the village is 3 miles west of the town. Speldhurst has a primary school, parish Church, shop, post office, ...

St Martins Plain

The area known as St Martins Plain is located to the west of Cheriton, part of Folkestone, Kent, England. It is used by the British Army from Shorncliffe Army Camp for training, during wartime, and especially during World War I and World War II t ...

St Mary in the Marsh

St Mary in the Marsh is a village near New Romney in Kent, England, situated in the heart of Romney Marsh in one of its least populated areas, but with New Romney just 3 miles away, there are plenty of amenities close by. The village consists of ...

St Michaels, Kent

St Michaels is a village in the civil parish of Tenterden, in the Ashford district, in the county of Kent, England. Before 1863 it was known as Boars Isle or Boresisle.

Stanford, Kent

Stanford is a village in Kent, England, close to Folkestone, and within the Parish of Stanford. It is part of the Folkestone and Hythe parliamentary constituency, and administratively part of the District of Folkestone and Hythe, whose council he ...

Stansted, Kent

Stansted is a village and rural parish in the Tonbridge and Malling district of the county of Kent in the United Kingdom. It is located near the M20 motorway. The Morris dancers of Stansted were one of the first bands to form from the Revival of ...

Staplestreet

Staplestreet is a village near the village of Boughton Street, in the Swale District of the English county of Kent. It is east of the town of Faversham. For transport there is the A2 road and the A299 road nearby.

Stiff Street

Stiff Street is a hamlet almost on the M2 motorway, near the village of Bredgar, in the Swale District, in the English county of Kent. The nearest town is Sittingbourne.

Stockbury

Stockbury is a village and civil parish in the Maidstone district of Kent, England. The population of the civil parish at the Census 2011 was 691. In 1800, Edward hasted noted, he was named in the book Study, Stochingeberge, inlater records Stock ...

Stone Cross, Kent

Stone Cross is a hamlet located on the A264 road east of Ashurst, Kent. There are few houses and no shops. Burrswood, a building designed by Decimus Burton is located between the hamlet and Groombridge it in commercial use by a Christian charity. ...

Stone in Oxney

Stone in Oxney is a village south of Ashford in Kent, South East England, in the civil parish of Stone-cum-Ebony near Appledore. The village is located 11 miles 18 km South-East of Tenterden, and stands in position on the Eastern side of the isla ...

Stone-cum-Ebony

Stone-cum-Ebony is a large mostly rural and marshland civil parish centred 7 miles SSW of Ashford in Kent, South East England. It includes the village of Stone in Oxney and tiny community of Ebony. Its population expanded by 68 in the ten years t ...

Stonebridge Green

Stonebridge Green is a settlement adjacent to, and within the civil parish of, Egerton in the Ashford District of Kent, England. It lies immediately north east of the main village, and includes the bridge over the Great Stour river, after which i ...

Stourmouth

Stourmouth is a civil parish in the Dover non-metropolitan district of Kent, England. The parish contains the settlements of East and West Stourmouth, and the hamlet of Plucks Gutter. The name of Stourmouth comes from the village, which was at th ...

Stowting

Stowting is a village and civil parish in the English county of Kent. It is 6 miles east of Ashford, 7 miles north-west of Folkestone and 10 miles south of Canterbury.

Stubbs Cross

Stubbs Cross is a hamlet in the civil parish of Kingsnorth near Ashford in Kent, England. The area runs from a cross road at Ashford Road that leads to Hamstreet, through to the next T Junction via Magpie Pie Hall Road, leading to but finishing a ...

Sundridge, Kent

Sundridge is a village within the civil parish of Sundridge with Ide Hill, in the Sevenoaks District of Kent, England. The village is located on the A25 road to the east of Westerham. It lies within the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beau ...

Swanley Village

Swanley Village is a small village in the Sevenoaks District of Kent, England located 1 mile north east of Swanley. Swanley village was originally known as Swanley but with the arrival of the London, Chatham and Dover railway line, specifically t ...

Swattenden

Swattenden is a small settlement in the parish of Cranbrook and Sissinghurst, near Cranbrook, Kent, in the Tunbridge Wells district, in the county of Kent, England. It is situated on the B2086 about a mile from Hartley, where the A229 crosses the ...

Teynham Street

Teynham Street is a hamlet in the Swale District, in the English county of Kent. It is near the village of Teynham. TEYNHAM, village, parish, district and freedom, in Kent. The village stands near the London, Chatham and Dover railway, near a bro ...

Thong, Kent

Thong is a hamlet southeast of Gravesend in Kent, England. The population of the hamlet is included in the civil parish of Shorne. Is often noted in lists of unusual names and there was a question Round Britain quiz. The name Thong is first attes ...

Tilmanstone

Tilmanstone is a small village in Kent, in the South East of England, near Eastry, a much bigger and more developed area. Tilmanstone no longer has a village school, however, the independent Northbourne Park School is close to the parish boundary ...

Tovil

Tovil is a civil parish in the Borough of Maidstone, in Kent in the South East of England. It is a mixture of residential and industrial zoning, with increasing commercial use in the town centre of Maidstone, and more arable use on the outskirts. ...

Trottiscliffe

Trottiscliffe TROZ -lee) is a village in Kent, England about 2.5 miles north west of West Malling. It is often incorrectly Trosley after Trosley Country Park at the top of the North downs, which was once part of the Trosley towers estate. Spellin ...

Ulcombe

Ulcombe is a village near the town of Maidstone in Kent, England. The name has evolved from Owl-coomb, coomb meaning a deep little wooded valley, a hollow in a hill side in Old English. It stands on the Greensand Way. The old village hall was dis ...

Underriver

Underriver is a village about 3 miles south-east of Sevenoaks, Kent. It is in the civil parish of Seal The name "Underriver" is derived from the Old English sub Le ryver which translates into modern English as "under the hill". Until the early 20 ...

Uplees

Uplees is a hamlet north of Faversham in southeast England. It was a key part of the Faversham explosives industry during World War I, with the Cotton Powder Company importing raw materials via the deepwater channel of the Swale, and the associat ...

Upper Bush

Upper Bush is a hamlet in the parish of Cuxton, in the unitary authority of Medway, in Kent, England. Hamlet has only a few houses, including two listed grade II buildings, house, barrow hill and high birch The North downs way long distance path ...

Upper Harbledown

Upper Harbledown is a village in Harbledown and Rough Common civil parish about 2 miles west of Canterbury, Kent, England. The population is roughly 400.

Upper Hardres

Upper Hardres is a village and civil parish in the City of Canterbury District of Kent, England. The name of the Hardres family is perpetuated in the twin villages of Upper Hardres and lower Hardres pronounced stubborn, on the Roman road, Stone S ...

Upstreet

Upstreet is a village in the civil parish of Chislet in Kent, England. It is in the local government district of Canterbury, and the electoral ward of Marshside. Upstreet ribbon development along the a28 road. Most of the houses are new and start ...

Wainscott, Kent

Wainscott is a small village in Rochester, in Kent. It is in the civil parish of Frindsbury Extra, in the Medway Unitary Authority, that is Medway Council. By 1950 it had been absorbed into the neighbouring residential areas of Strood. Wainscott ...

Waltham, Kent

Waltham is a village and civil parish 7 miles southwest of Canterbury in Kent, England. The village was once connected with the Templars and was originally called the temple Walsh.

Warehorne

Warehorne is a village and civil parish in the south of the Ashford Borough of Kent, England. It is a scattered community centred on the Hamstreet to Tenterden road around seven miles SSW of Ashford. The Royal Military Canal passes through the so ...

West Farleigh

West Farleigh is a village and civil parish four miles southwest of Maidstone in the county of Kent. The parish has a population of approximately 450, and is bounded by the civil parishes of East Farleigh, Hunton, Yalding, and over the River Medw ...

West Langdon

West Langdon is a village in the Dover district of Kent, England. It is located five miles north of Dover town. The population of the village is included in the civil parish of Langdon. The name Langdon derives from an old English word meaning lo ...

West Peckham

West Peckham is a village in the borough of Tonbridge and Malling in Kent, England. The River Bourne flows through the extreme west of the parish, and formerly powered a paper mill and corn mill. The Wateringbury Stream rises in the parish. Oxon ...

Westenhanger

Westenhanger is a small village in south-east Kent, England. It is located around 3 miles north-west of Hythe and just south of junction 11 of the M20 motorway. Stone Street, the Roman road from nearby Lympne to Canterbury, passes through the vil ...

Westmarsh

Westmarsh is a village in the Ash civil parish of East Kent, England. It is situated 8 miles east of Canterbury and 7 miles west of Ramsgate. Westmarsh is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and a garden filled areas. Community centre ...