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        5 April, 2018

        Brief description The village has two public houses, a 13th century church, a village hall, primary school and sports field (Bell Meadow) with a cricket pavilion. The main road is The Street – both pubs and the church are accessed from this road. NB. the roads within the village are quite narrow and not suitable […]

        5 April, 2018

        Brief description Monkton is a small village on the south-west edge of the Thanet area. The village consists of a primary school, the church of St Mary Magdelene, The Foxhunter Park (holiday caravan park) and The White Stag pub and restaurant. On the outskirts is the Monkton Nature Reserve which is also home to the […]

        5 April, 2018

        Brief description Minster is the largest of the villages in Thanet. The village has a number of independent shops, cafés, restaurants and pubs. St Mary’s Church is one of the oldest churches in the area, with some parts tracing back to 1150. At the heart of the village is Minster Abbey, with a monastery on […]

        5 April, 2018

        Brief description This long rural sandy bay has some areas with shingle and rock.  The whole of the bay is lined with a stone promenade which has stone steps to give access to the bay.  There is also a slope which is used to launch jet skis and boats.  The beach is very popular with […]

        5 April, 2018

        Brief description Manston village consists of St Catherine’s church, the Jolly Farmer pub and residential properties.  The village still retains the medieval hall house which is known as Manston Court.  The properties attached are now available as holiday lets. There is a war memorial to those who serviced and died in the two world wars. […]

        5 April, 2018

        Brief description This is a tiny sandy bay with a chalk reef which is hidden behind chalk cliffs. There is a large area of grass at the top of the cliff.  Access is via a cobbled slope on one side and a steep set of steps on the eastern side of the bay. This secluded […]

        5 April, 2018

        Brief description Cliffsend is west of Ramsgate and is famous for the arrival of the Jute Chieftains Hengist and Horsa in 410AD and St Augustine in 597AD. The village still has a local post office, a village hall, children’s play area, the Sportsman Inn pub and St Augustine’s golf club.  Just outside the village is […]

        5 April, 2018

        Brief description Birchington is a village that has been in existence since the early 13th century. Part of the main shopping street still retains its Victorian awning, and is made up primarily of independent retailers. There is a variety of residential property ranging from bungalow estates to Bauhaus inspired buildings. There are a number of […]

        5 April, 2018

        Brief description Acol is a hamlet situated between Birchington, Minster and Manston. There is a small church on the edge of the village – St Mildred’s Church, Plumstone Road. The Village Hall is situated on The Street which is the main road that runs through Acol. Acol has a village green with a pre-1963 vintage […]

        5 April, 2018

        Brief description This beach has a sandy bay with cliffs. The bay has beach huts from Easter to September.  The bay is surrounded by a concrete sea wall with railings. At high tide the bay is completely covered by the sea.  The bay has excellent rock pools.  The bay is flanked by Sea Road, which […]

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