Etchinghill :: Shared Description

Etchinghill is a village in Kent, about 5 km north of Hythe, and 1 km north of the Channel Tunnel terminal at Cheriton. The village has a standard golf course noted for its hills, as well as a pub restaurant called The New Inn which claims to be the closest pub to the Channel Tunnel. Village facilities include a basketball court, two football goals, and a village hall. A large BT Group communication mast, which was used as a telecommunication relay during the Cold War, still stands in the village.
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TR1639 : Crossroads, Etchinghill by N Chadwick
TR1639 : Westfield Lane by N Chadwick
TR1639 : Ark Cottages by N Chadwick
TR1639 : The New Inn by N Chadwick
TR1639 : Ridgehill Cottages by N Chadwick
TR1639 : Tudor Cottage by N Chadwick
TR1639 : Ark Cottages by N Chadwick
TR1639 : Entering Etchinghill by N Chadwick
TR1639 : Sun Lodge by N Chadwick
TR1639 : The New Inn by N Chadwick
TR1639 : Etchinghill Village Sign by N Chadwick
TR1639 : Teddars Leas Rd by N Chadwick
TR1639 : Rock Cottages by N Chadwick
TR1639 : St Marys Drive by N Chadwick
TR1639 : The New Inn by N Chadwick


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Created: Fri, 22 Jan 2021, Updated: Fri, 22 Jan 2021

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