Pocket Britain
Kent Overview
The most south-easterly of England's counties and one of the country's warmest and prettiest places
Kent Downs
Winston Churchill's favourite part of the country
One of the oldest settlements in England, with a beautiful cathedral
Chatham Dockyard
From the Spanish Armada to the Falklands, Chatham Dockyard has been at the centre of British Naval history for 400 years
Most famous for its white chalk cliffs, which are so bright that they can be seen for miles and miles
Dover Castle
The Castle that is ‘The Key to England’
Herne Bay
A nostalgic seaside resort near the Thames Estuary, on the northern Kent coast
Hever Castle
The former home of Anne Boleyn
Leeds Castle
An ancient fortress dating from the 12th century and home to Lords, Ladies, Dukes, Earls, and even Royalty
A seaside town and a popular destination by holidaymakers from London
Medway Towns
Three towns on the River Medway, with historic cathedral, docks and castle
Penshurst Place
A quintessentially English home where chivalry, honour, romance and hospitality have reigned for centuries
Seaside resorts in the far corner of Kent which used to be cut off from the mainland
Royal Tunbridge Wells
One of Georgian England’s most fashionable places
Shepherd Neame Brewery
An independent family company that has been brewing award winning beers for 314 years

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