The village of Warehorne sits on the edge of Romney Marsh and is divided into three parts. A three mile stretch of the Royal Military Canal runs from Warehorne to Appledore part of which is owned by the National Trust.
There is a village green for children to play on and much of the parish land is taken care of by the Forestry Commission, providing picnic areas and marked footpaths. St Matthew’s Church is mainly 13th century and Leacon Hall is a fine example of a Queen Anne House.
A daily bus service runs into Ashford the nearest BR station is just 2 miles away at Hamstreet. Hamstreet which connects to the Ashford International Station with its high speed link to London taking approximately 37 minutes. Organisations include: Village Hall Committee, Bell Ringers (meeting fortnightly in Village Church) and the Kenardington and Warehorne Horticultural Society. A Farmer’s Market is held once a month in the village hall.
Facilities: Village Hall, Two Pubs and Bus Service to Ashford. Railway Station & Shops at Hamstreet (2 miles).
Ashford: 7.5 miles
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