Biddenden Attractions

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  • Helen L
    Pagham, UK23 contributions
    We enjoyed a lovely morning here with our 13 year old son. We had a pleasant stroll around the vineyard followed by wine and apple juice tasting at a table reserved for us. Loved the inclusion of a children's option for the tasting - made our son feel special too. As we planned to spend money in the shop anyway we really appreciated the £5 vouchers to use (minimum spend applies). The staff were very friendly and helpful and it was a very enjoyable experience.
    Written 24 April 2022
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  • Carol V
    Maidstone, UK103 contributions
    In a lovely setting in the historic village of Biddenden. Lovely views of countryside around. Has a very pretty churchyard.
    Written 2 February 2022
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  • Geoff H
    Cranbrook, UK12,315 contributions
    Just the place for relieving those lockdown blues. A wide open space under open skies. A great area for walking your dog or just yourself. There's lovely views of All Saints Church. There's benches for sitting and ample parking. If you don't know where it is, when driving through the village follow signs to the Recreation Ground
    Written 30 June 2020
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  • Geoff H
    Cranbrook, UK12,315 contributions
    Situated in the graveyard at the east end of All Saints Church, the Biddenden War Memorial has an ornate Celtic wheel cross on its top, with a Celtic knotwork design on the shaft supporting the cross and also on the arms of the cross. Two metal plaques list the names of those killed in the First and Second World Wars. There were 31 fatalities in World War I and 16 in the Second World War. Of the 31 First World War casualties, two were brothers. The were both serving in The Buffas (East Kent) Regiment, they were both aged 20 when they died and whilst one brother is buried in the Pas de Calais region of France, the other has no known grave. Of the 16 Second World War casualties, four were civilians and, of those four, two were a husband and wife. They were probably the victims of a V1 rocket and whilst the husband died at home, his wife died a few days later in hospital.
    Written 29 January 2020
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  • Steve W
    1 contribution
    Easy stress free cycling along lovely country lanes in the wonderful Kent countryside on simple to use E -bikes.
    Everything we required was provided by Warren and his local knowledge certainly enhanced our very enjoyable afternoon out.
    Would highly recommend.
    Written 19 August 2021
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  • Geoff H
    Cranbrook, UK12,315 contributions
    This was our first visit to Chart Hills Golf Club when we recently attended a function. The surroundings were very pleasant indeed. The room were the function was held was well laid out. The staff were all very pleasant and helpful the food was good. A very pleasant evening was enjoyed by all present.
    Written 1 March 2020
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