TR3055 : Becket's, historic building of Kent

near to Eastry, Kent, Great Britain

Becket's, historic building of Kent
Becket's, historic building of Kent
The house is privately owned, in the grounds of the house is the entrance to Eastry caves. There is much speculation as to the origin of the labyrinth of caves, which are beautifully carved and extend in galleries to nearly seven hundred feet; these caves may have been used for secret worship in times of religious persecution and were possibly the grain storage chambers for Britain. from LinkExternal link It is said that Thomas a Becket hid in these caves before making his escape to France in 1164.
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2009
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Saturday, 10 January, 2009   (more nearby)
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Saturday, 10 January, 2009
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OSGB36: geotagged! TR 309 550 [100m precision]
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