Aylesford, Village From The River Medway c.1960

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Caption for Aylesford, Village from the River c1960: One of Kent's most ancient villages, Aylesford occupies a strategic crossing of the Medway, and dates from the time of the Saxons. The parish church crowns a hillock and is principally Norman. The tower was raised in height in 1892 in the memory of H A Brassey. Just down the road to the west is a Carmelite friary, which is much visited by those in search of tranquillity and meditation.

An extract from Villages of Kent Photographic Memories.

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Caption for Aylesford, Village from the River c1960: One of Kent's most ancient villages, Aylesford occupies a strategic crossing of the Medway, and dates from the time of the Saxons. The parish church crowns a hillock and is principally Norman. The tower was raised in height in 1892 in the memory of H A Brassey. Just down the road to the west is a Carmelite friary, which is much visited by those in search of tranquillity and meditation.

An extract from Villages of Kent Photographic Memories.

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