The Garden of England. From the outskirts of London to the White Cliffs of Dover. Famous for ite hops, apples and produce. The Romans built some of its main roads linking London to the coast. Chatham Docks with its boat building history. Canterbury Cathedral and its Pilgrims passage. Margate,Whitstable, Herne Bay, The Isle of Sheppey all popular holiday destinations for Londoners.
Famous people from Kent too many to list and it only goes to show why it was called the Garden of England with good reason. Tunbridge and its waters. The South of England Showground at Ardingly, The Steam Railway at Crowborough. Eurostar running through Kent stopping at Ashford linking the UK to mainland Europe.
By Paul Cassar,