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Medallion – Band for Hope The Band of Hope was first proposed by Rev. Jabez Tunnicliff, who was a Baptist Minister in Leeds, following the death in June 1847 of a young man whose life was cut short by … Continue reading
This Bank Holiday Monday in the village 28th August 1pm-5pm Come see some of the finds we have discovered in the village!
1Grade II Listed 1096323, of special architectural or historic interest Kent HER record SKE16160 and TQ 66 NE 161 Original house built 1700 -1799 Red brick with projecting courses to eaves; Two story with hipped tiled roof and casement windows; … Continue reading
We’ve had some good local press. Click here for an article in the Kent Messenger about the Cobham School part of the recent dig.