The tiny village of Smeeth adjoins the parish of Brabourne and shares many of its clubs and activities. There are three churches one of which, the church of St Mary, contains some Norman work including the south doorway, tower archways and chancel.
There is a regular bus service into Ashford. A friendly and lively little village, Smeeth has a youth football team and Guides, Brownies and Cubs and a very good primary school, while for the older members of the family one of the pubs offers live music and all of the pubs serve tasty fayre. The surrounding countryside offers many enjoyable Sunday afternoon walks and bicycle rides.
Close by, Evegate is a group of sensitively converted barns offering craft shops, an art gallery, hairdressers, beauty salon, silversmiths, woodturner, antique restoration and a wine bar/bistro.
Facilities: Primary School, Post Office, 3 Pubs, Garage, Hairdressers, Village Hall, Recreation Ground and a Mobile Library.
Ashford: 5 miles
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