Situated in the north west of Kent, England, this attractive little village has a quiet relaxed air about it, so enjoy a stroll through this typical Kentish village on a sunny day in spring 1998.
This tour is intended to examine a very small village in great detail. Wrotham, (pronounced somewhere midway between rootam and rootem) is well endowed with ancient buildings of interest. This is a village known to have existed in Roman times and I look forward to presenting its history on this site. But it is in the form of a casual stroll with you in control of where you go and what you want to see.
This tour is far from complete, information on this village is not readily available in books, so all the information on this site is provided by the local residents.
PLEASE sign the Guest Book as this encourages the people in Wrotham to make more information available.
Church of St. George, Wrotham Village. While on this tour see if you can spot the deliberate mistake in this drawing. Something is drawn incorrectly, its not just that something is missing.
If you have any information to add to these pages, I will be very pleased to hear from you.
Historical Society have recently commissioned an exciting
professional video production called
It lasts for 45 minutes and tells the story of the village over the past 1,200 years. It is recorded in UK PAL VHS and is available from:
Hillside House, Wrotham, Kent TN 15 7JH.
Tel: +44 (0)1732 822564
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on Monday, June 12, 2000 at 11:14:13
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