Penshurst in Kent

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Location: 51.172725,0.182436
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Nearby Villages

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Ashurst (Miraculous Carving)3.21 miles
Blackham (Roughs and Prize Fighters)3.10 miles
Chiddingstone (A perfect Tudor village)1.77 miles
Chiddingstone Causeway (Penshurst Station ??)1.74 miles
Edenbridge (Roman Crossing to Victorian Bridge)5.35 miles
Fordcombe (Paper Mill and the Field Marshal)2.21 miles
Hadlow (Mays Folly - 150ft tower)7.52 miles
Hever (Anne Boleyn and the Castle)3.24 miles
Langton Green (Modern village and Old Quarry)3.22 miles
Pembury (The ghost of Hawkwell)6.62 miles
Rusthall (The Toad Rock)3.25 miles
Speldhurst (Nobleman captured at Agincourt)2.23 miles
Tudeley and Capel (Iron Industry and Hop Pickers)6.79 miles
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It's the year 1906. Rumours abound that a deadly plot is hatching - not in the fog-ridden back-alleys of London's Limehouse district or the sinister Devon moors of the Hound of the Baskervilles but in faraway Peking...
Roman, Saxon and Norman History of the South East
A brand-new collection of Sherlock Holmes short stories by Tim Symonds -
including how with Kismet's help Watson uncovers a most diabolical plot against his comrade-in-arms..
The Rudes as lots of people call us, are an outdoor touring theatre company specialising in taking new & original theatre to mainly small rural communities and a few towns across the South of England. We were founded in 1998 & first toured in the Summer of 1999. Currently we tour only in the summer performing 50+ times nightly during June, July & August.
Tenderheart Childrens Charity
World War 2 Vehicle database
Talk in Code fabulous new Album
Battle Brewery our local excellent micro brewery
For all things mosaic, commissions workshops etc please contact Hannah
The Bald Explorer for local documentaries