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With endless orchards and hop gardens filling the county (as well as our fruit bowls and pint glasses), there are so many features which make it worthy.
Of course, not all of its towns hold such picture-postcard appeal; built-up suburban areas and interlinking congestion make Medway a commuter’s nightmare.
You can explore the history of Canterbury and the surrounding area, and you can research East Kent family history.
Kent History and Library Centre James Whatman Way Maidstone, Kent ME14 1LQ UKTelephone: 03000 413131 Email: [email protected] Website: Kent History and Library Centre Bexley Local Studies and Archive Centre Central Library Townley Road Bexleyheath, London DA6 7HJ UKTelephone: 020 3045 3369 Email: [email protected] Website: Archives and Local History The Bexley Local Studies and Archive Centre holds a variety of sources for local and family historians and people researching the history of a building or house.
But surely its Blue Flag beaches and historic landmarks counteract this somewhat inevitable downside?
The fact that Kent has retained some of the most beautiful landscape in England whilst being our most populated county - which just so happens to be located slap bang behind the nation’s capital – is actually a fantastic and surprising feat.
Kent Record Office (Kent History and Library Centre) replaces the Centre for Kentish Studies, East Kent Archives, County Central and Maidstone (St Faiths Street) libraries.
They house approximately 14 kilometres of documents relating to Kent dating back to 699 AD and makes these publicly accessible.
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