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THE SETTING FOR A KENTISH AFFAIR VINTAGE EVENTS

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In the glorious Kentish Weald lies Penshurst Place and in its shadow the village that bears its name.

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The River Medway flows beneath an old bridge that leads to the arched gate of Penshurst Place.

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The enchanting home of the Sidney family Penshurst Place is known as, ‘the grandest and most perfectly preserved ... fortified manor house in all England’.

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A heavenly glimpse, from Church Terrace in the gardens of Penshurst Place, of St. John the Baptist parish church.

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A path in the churchyard passes under the Lych Gate, through Leicester Square and on into the picture postcard village.

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At its heart stands the distinctive timber-framed, red brick, sandstone building, Penshurst Village Hall. Thanks to a generous bequest from a local benefactor, Arnold Hills, the hall was completed in 1900 with the purpose to provide a ‘picturesque little country club’ without and within where people could socialise, meet friends, relax and seek recreation. In this spirit, Penshurst Village Hall appropriately provides the perfect setting to complement our delightful vintage events!

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Since 1552 the ancestral seat of the Sidney family and in particular, Sir Philip, illustrious Elizabethan nobleman and poet

Chiddingstone Castle The fantasy of two romantics full to the turrets with a trove of treasures and, across the lily clad lake, the National Trust chocolate-box village with its Chiding Stone

The childhood home of Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII’s ill-fated queen of a thousand days

The beloved family home of our ‘Greatest Briton’, Sir Winston Churchill

ALL ROADS LEAD TO PENSHURST

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Close to the spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Penshurst lies within easy reach of the A21, A22, A25, A26, A264 and M25 that serve Kent, Surrey and Sussex. Penshurst Village Hall Kent TN11 8BP

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WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT OUR NEXT VINTAGE FAIR

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