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This is a'must' see when in Kent! A fantastic piece of history brought to life by the excellent guide we talked to! The setting too is fantastic with two great restaurants near by. The perfect place for a family outing.
The old town hall built circa 1544 is a beautiful little grade 2 listed building. It is the smallest and oldest town hall still in use to this present day . It is only open 1:30 pm to 4:00pm Sunday and bank hols, additionally every...More
The town of Fordwich claims to be the smallest in England which I can well believe it is tiny. It is is a nice spot on the River Stour just a few miles from Canterbury, apparently it iused to be the cathedral cities port where...More
Has limited opening so best to check if you want to see what life was like back in the day.
The custodian had some interesting anecdotes. While in the area there are some good walks, a boat trip on the river. The Fordwich Arms is...More