Chartham :: Shared Description

Chartham is a village in Kent, 4 miles south west of Canterbury.
It is located on the Great Stour river which provides power for the paper mills. The name literally means ‘Village on rough ground’. Paper making has been a major occupation for the last 625 years. The Paper Mill in Chartham dates from the late eighteenth century.
The village is served by Chartham railway station.
The church of St Mary the Virgin is located next to the village green and contains the oldest peal of bells in Kent. It was built in 1294.
The village is part of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
by N Chadwick
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TR1154 : Entering Chartham by N Chadwick
TR1056 : The Chapter Arms, Chartham Hatch by N Chadwick
TR1055 : The Green by N Chadwick
TR1055 : The church at Chartham by N Chadwick
TR1054 : Chartham Paperworks by N Chadwick
TR1055 : Chartham by N Chadwick
TR1055 : Chartham Paperworks (part of) by N Chadwick
TR1055 : Church of St Mary by N Chadwick
TR1054 : 4, The Square by N Chadwick
TR1055 : Chartham Paperworks by N Chadwick
TR1055 : Cottage on The Green by N Chadwick
TR1054 : Rentain Farmhouse by N Chadwick
TR1056 : New Town St, Chartham Hatch by N Chadwick
TR1054 : A Channel of the Great Stour by N Chadwick
TR1055 : K6 Kiosk, The Green by N Chadwick
TR1054 : The Artichoke Inn by N Chadwick
TR1054 : The Artichoke, Chartham by N Chadwick
TR1055 : Church of St Mary by N Chadwick
TR1055 : Chartham Village Hall by N Chadwick
TR1054 : Great Stour at Chartham by N Chadwick
TR1055 : House on The Green by N Chadwick
TR1054 : Hope Cottage by N Chadwick
TR1055 : Cottage on The Green by N Chadwick
TR1055 : Chartham Village Hall by N Chadwick
TR1055 : House on The Green by N Chadwick

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Created: Tue, 30 Nov 2010, Updated: Wed, 1 Dec 2010

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