The Battle of Britain Memorial at Capel-le-Ferne near Folkestone commemorates 'The Few'
Kent is not only the garden of England, it is also the first landing site of Christianity in Britain.
H. G. Wells sends Kipps to the Folkestone library in 1905, where he claims nervously, ‘I ‘aven’t got a ticket yet.
While Kent had fewer Turkish baths than many northern counties, they were no less interesting than those built elsewhere.
Throughout History, Dover Castle has been used as a highly fortified military garrison to protect Britain’s shores from invaders.