South East England

The Leather Bottle, The Street, Cobham

Cobham, Kent

Cobham is a picturesque village, four miles from Gravesend, close to the M25 and M2 motorways. Significantly, it is within walking distance of Higham, where Charles Dickens lived. He often walked to the village...
Pip's Graves, Charles Dickens, Great Expectations, St. James' Churchyard, Cooling

Cooling, Kent

Cooling is a small, remote and windswept village, overlooking the North Kent Marshes. The northern boundary of the Thames Estuary is two miles away and the chimneys of Canvey Island, Essex, can be seen on the h...
St. Margaret of Antioch Church, Lower Halstow

Lower Halstow, Kent

Lower Halstow is a small village in Kent, north-west of Sittingbourne, with an interesting history. It is situated on the banks of the River Medway Estuary and on the A2 Roman Road. It is also on the Saxon Shor...
Manor Cottage and The Old Manor House, Village Green, Brasted

Brasted, Kent

Brasted is an attractive village in Kent and has a number of 18th century houses and several antique and art shops. It is situated on the A25 main road between Westerham and Sundridge. The M25 motorway follows ...
Windsor Castle, Castle Hill, Windsor

Windsor, Berkshire

Windsor is a town twenty miles west of London, on the River Thames. It is situated close to Runnymede, where the Magna Carta was sealed and Eton, home of the famous Eton College, which can be reached across the...
The Heath, Horsmonden

Horsmonden, Kent

Horsmonden is a village eight miles east of Royal Tunbridge Wells in the High Weald of Kent, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The word "Weald", is Old English for forest. Kent is known as the Garden of En...
Town Farm Oast, Brenchley

Brenchley, Kent

Brenchley is a village situated nine miles east of Royal Tunbridge Wells, in the Weald of Kent and in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, amongst orchards and farmland. Hops have been grown in th...
St. Peter and St. Paul Church, Appledore

Appledore, Kent

Appledore is a small attractive village, situated between Tenterden and New Romney, on the edge of the Romney Marshes in Kent. It has medieval houses and a 14th century church. It is believed that the name is d...
White clapboard cottage and The Biddenden Maids Village Sign, Biddenden

Biddenden, Kent

Biddenden displays perfect examples of English architecture, from late medieval times to the 17th century. The well preserved timber-framed houses line the road, which links the churchyard with a small green. H...