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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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Thrift Farm Car Boot
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Thrift Farm Car Boot
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An area famous for the extent of the wetlands habitat, the Romney Marshes is an area on the South Coast of England, between Folkestone and Winchelsea. Over time, the marshes have changed, risen and fallen, to their current form, ranging from the large shingle expanse of Dungeness to the small ponds and drainage ditches of the surrounding fertile farmland. Due to it’s diversity of flora and fauna, the area has received numerous wildlife designations and both national and international recognition. Much of the area lies below sea level but sea defences and walls protect it. The Marshes are a stronghold for wildlife and flowers such as the nationally scarce Marsh Mallow, an attractive plant once used to make confectionary and which also supports the equally rare Marsh Mallow Moth, which can be seen in just one other locality in the UK. The infamous Marsh Frog, originated from Hungary when Edward Percy Smith introduced just 12 into a garden pond in Oxney in 1932. The species quickly spread to the whole of the Marshes, where its characteristic croaking has earned it the name ‘the laughing frog’. Once famous for smuggling, the area ‘s beaches are now a favourite with windsurfers, sailors and other water sports enthusiasts and the majority of the sandy beaches are safe and ideal for families.


Brenzett Aeronautical Museum Trust
Lydd Town Museum
M W Amusement Park
New Hall Museum
Old Lighthouse, Dungeness
The Old Lighthouse

Care Home

Bungalow Lydd
Eden Cottage
Homeleigh Farm
Seabourne House
The Bay
The Foam
The Sands


Yoga - Balance Health and Fitness


Les Quatre Vents


Thrift Farm Car Boot

Pub and Bar

Fleur De Lis
George Hotel
Royal Oak

Shepherd & Crook Inn


Cinque Ports Veterinary Associates


Wildflower Nursery
Haguelands Farm Shop

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The Ship Hotel (1.25 miles)

The Ship Hotel
The Original Ship was built of mainly ship timber brought from the old port of New Romney. The 1st recorded keeper is one Thomas Banne, who is described as an "ostler" of the parish of ... More | visit website
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Olde Moat House (3.08 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


Waterside Guest House (5.05 miles)

Waterside Guest House
All the essential facilities are provided to an excellent standard. Five bedrooms all with ensuite are tastefully decorated providing televisions and tea/coffee making facilities. WATERSIDE GUEST HOUSE is tailored to look after everyone, offering family ... More
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Old Post Office (5.93 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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The Gallivant (6.34 miles)

The Gallivant

Escape to the Gallivant, Sussex’s Beach House hotel, an oasis opposite the dunes of Camber and the eight miles of uninterrupted golden sand beyond. Our New England style environment exudes charm and tranquility, offering great ... More | visit website

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Little Saltcote (7.81 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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Lympne Castle Cottages (7.82 miles)

Lympne Castle Cottages

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Our beautiful Castle Accommodation is set in the breathtaking Kent Countryside and are the perfect retreat for Bridal Accommodation, Self Catering or a well-deserved break in Luxury Cottages in Kent. ... More

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Saltcote (7.93 miles)

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 (7.93 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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The Bell at Iden (8.03 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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