With easy access to Ashford and the International Station, Kennington has become a popular village choice for commuters who wish to have the benefits of living in a rural village but with easy access to London, Ashford and Europe.
Kennington is an attractive village located within easy access of the thriving historic market town of Ashford and is broadly located about a mile to the north east of Ashford town centre and the International Station.
A popular suburb for families and commuters it sees the main A28 Canterbury Road and A251 Faversham Road flow through the village which allows for easy access to the M20 Junction 9.
In recent years the area has been complemented with the introduction of a new business park which benefits from a Bannatynes Gym, Cineworld, restaurants and offices.
Elsewhere, Kennington provides a good number of local facilities including convenience stores, surgeries, a 12th Century church and schools for all ages.
Ashford Golf Course
Enjoyed by its members, guests and visitors since 1903, Ashford Golf Club is dedicated to ensuring the same enjoyment for the next 100 years. The Club is a members only club which is proudly organised […]Find out more
Ashford Hockey Club
Ashford Hockey Club was established in 1898 and is situated at Ball Lane in Kennington. The club currently has 6 Men’s Teams (including 1 Veteran Team), 3 Ladies Teams and Junior Teams consisting of all […]Find out more
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Kennington CE Academy
Kennington CE Academy is a busy but friendly community school, with lots going on. Sited under the Diocese of Canterbury, Kennington CE Academy aims to forge an inclusive community where Christian values are empowered. The […]Find out more
Kennington Senior Citizens Meeting
Why not come along to our Monday afternoon drop in at St Mary’s Community Centre, Rylands Road in Kennington. The group offers a friendly atmosphere, a cup of tea and usually a game of bingo, […]Find out more
The Kennington Restaurant and Carvery
The Kennington is a large, family-friendly restaurant and carvery located in the village of Kennington, close to Ashford which boasts a delicious selection of home-cooked carvery meals on a select number of days throughout the […]Find out more
The Old Mill Public House & Restaurant
Using great quality ingredients sourced locally where possible; along with a fantastic selection of interesting ales and lagers from local brewers, and a carefully selected wine list – the Old Mill is an ideal venue […]Find out more
The Rose Inn
The Rose Inn is a comfortable, friendly and stylish pub that has served the Kennington community for 150 years. An old coaching inn, it was once the watering hole for horse-drovers travelling between Faversham and […]Find out more
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