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Folk Customs:
Admiralty of the Medway
Biddenden Dole
Blessing the Sea and Diving for the Cross
Canterburys Hop Hoodening
Rochester Sweeps' Festival
St Bartholomew's Day Bun Race
The Offham Quintain

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Situated on the northern edge of the Romney Marshes, Appledore is a civil parish and village in the Ashford District in Kent, 12 miles west of Ashford. At one time, Appledore was a port on the estuary of the river Rother but after severe storms in the 12th century, the river changed its course. After fighting King Alfred and his army for five years, the Danes invaded Appledore using the sea creeks linking the English Channel. Alred the Great is believed to have built a fort at Newenden and then defeated the Danes. The charming, medieval parish church is dedicated to St Peter and St Paul and was rebuilt after a French raid in 1380 burned it. The Domesday Book records that a church existed but no stonework from that time can now be identified although much of the 13th century work has survived. The church houses a magnificent tapestry depicting the history of this village which was created to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the church. The Royal Military Canal, on which Appledore stands, was built in 1804 as part of the nations’ defenses due to threat of invasion by Napoleon and was re-fortified during the 2nd World War when Hitler planned his assault.

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Brook Farm (2.80 miles)

Brook Farm

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Rated 5 Star with Gold accolade, Brook Farm is a 17th century listed house set in 5 acres of gardens and meadows with rural views of the beautiful Kent countryside. ... More

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Olde Moat House (4.05 miles)

Olde Moat House

Amidst a tranquil location, surrounded by its own moat and set in 3.5 acres of grounds, this lovely medieval property provides the ideal retreat from the stresses of modern life. Moat house dates from 1460 ... More | visit website

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Corkwood Bed and Breakfast (4.11 miles)

Corkwood Bed and Breakfast
Less than 2 miles (5 minutes drive) outside of The Historic Town of Rye, we are perfectly located for exploring Rye, Romney Marsh, Camber sands, and other attractions. We are also 20 minutes drive from ... More | visit website
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The Bell at Iden (4.25 miles)

The Bell at Iden

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We have 2 delightful letting rooms,separate to the pub in a converted stable block, both have; · King sized beds, with duvets· En suite· Original oak beams· Tea & coffee ... More

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Old Post Office (5.02 miles)

Old Post Office

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Once the post office for the little village of Ruckinge, this comfortable property offers an ideal base for two families to explore the 'Garden of England' or ... More

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White Lion (5.17 miles)

White Lion

The White Lion Hotel now gracefully combines ‘olde worlde’ charms with a contemporary look and feel. We offer 15 comfortable, unique hotel rooms including four poster beds and family rooms. Guests can also make use ... More | visit website

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London Beach Country Hotel, Golf Club and Spa (5.29 miles)

London Beach Country Hotel, Golf Club and Spa

One of the finest establishments in Kent, the London Beach Country Hotel, Golf Club and Spa is a comfortable and stylish Country Hotel with fabulous views across beautiful countryside; it is situated just outside the ... More | visit website

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Saltcote (5.36 miles)

Saltcote
We offer large comfortable new beds, King size or bigger, fresh flowers and fruit in the rooms and a warm welcome with drinks on arrival. Flexible Accommodation with spacious rooms means we can provide the ... More | visit website
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Saltcote Place (5.36 miles)

Saltcote Place

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At this privately owned luxurious Queen Anne Style Mansion we offer you a tailored personal service to meet your specific requirements.Short stay B&B or stay for longer, we offer internet ... More

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Little Saltcote (5.39 miles)

Little Saltcote

Located just a few minutes walk from the centre of the historic and picturesque Sussex town of Rye, Little Saltcote was originally an Edwardian family home - the character of which still remains in this ... More | visit website

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Stirling Castle Falls to Edward I - 1304, Euston opens as 1st London Station - 1837, FA Cup is formed - 1871, Botham’s Greatest Ashes Day - 1981
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