Ragstone to Riches

How The Medway Valley quarries built Roman London.

An illustrated talk by Simon Elliott, local Historian and PhD student at The University of Kent. Tuesday 16th May 8pm West Malling C.E. Primary School

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Wrotham

A Place in English History

Showing of a Millenium Production for the Wrotham Historical Society (45 minutes). Not to be missed!  Tuesday 18th April 8pm West Malling C.E. Primary School

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The Malling Society

Preserving the rural character of West Malling and its environs

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Twitch Heritage Centre

will next be open on Sunday 23rd April

The Heritage Centre will be open from 11am to 4pm. Douce’s Manor is a private residence, the house and grounds are not open to the public.

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Malling Abbey Cascade

The cascade in Swan Street, West Malling is listed by English Heritage as a Late Georgian ornamental feature incorporating re-used medieval fragments from…

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Twitch Heritage Centre

The Twitch Heritage Centre is situated in the basement of Douces Manor in St. Leonard’s Street and is open to the public up to 20 times a year. Entrance is free and the exhibition…

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St. Leonard’s Tower

The tower is a mysterious survival. It is thought by some to have been part of a castle built between 1077 and 1108 by Gundulf, Bishop of Rochester, who founded St Mary’s Abbey…

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