Things to do in Woodchurch

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Things to Do in Woodchurch

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  • Kathy P
    New Romney, UK12 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    It was lovely when we first arrived at opening time lots to see animals really sweet but then it got busy couldn’t put little girls on play area not old enough had a coffee in restaurant very helpful but could not wait to feed and holding time not enough to do until then and so many people it was getting to crowded so we left early
    Written 15 April 2024
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  • Bill
    Appledore, UK1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We had a lovely time here yesterday. A great family business, we had a personal tour, tasting and a fab lunch. The best part was the pick up and drop off included in the ticket. Genius, we will be back it’s lovely here can’t wait for a warm sunny day. Thank you.
    Written 22 April 2024
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  • Hilary D
    Ashford, UK106 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We visited in Easter Monday with my family for the afternoon tea, the food and wine were lovely, all tasty and fresh. Thankyou
    Written 3 April 2024
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  • Katie P
    Ashford, UK2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Had an amazing time staying in Willow pod. So clean and had some beautiful food. Hugh and sarah are such lovely people, very helpful and kind. We will be back very soon 🎣
    Written 10 March 2024
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  • Richard G
    Iden, UK12 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is a very interesting and informative little museum with many and varied exhibits all relating to Woodchurch and the surrounding area but basically relevant to our general historic rural way of life. All exhibited in an old barn from a nearby village rebuilt on the site.
    Written 8 April 2023
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  • kawakent
    Westerham, UK27 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A lovely windmill reached along a small track starting opposite the church and besides The Six Bells pub. Closed when I attended but peaceful setting. Sadly damaged in a storm in January, one sail missing so unlikely to be open for the near future - suggest you check if you wish to visit inside . Will return when open.
    Written 25 February 2019
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  • Geoff H
    Cranbrook, UK12,315 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    All Saints Church was erected in the 13th century and, although it was restored in the 1840s, it has retained its 13th century chancel. It is a lare church with a spire that is 18 inches out of the vertical at the top. The spire is also unsual in that it has four clock faces, which was an expensive addition at the time it was installed, so that the time could be seen throughout the village. The inside is interesting if you are into history. There is an old large organ and an early Norman font. The graveyard also has some interesting statues and memorials as well as four Commonwealth War Graves. All Saintas Church is certainly worth a visit if you are in the area.
    Written 17 November 2019
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  • Geoff H
    Cranbrook, UK12,315 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    There are six Commonwealth War Graves in the churchyard at All Saints Church, Woodchurch. Unusually, there's only two from the First World War but four from the Second World War. The graves from the First World War are those of Private Edmund Back, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) who was 21 when he died on 24 September 1918 and Private Arthur Prior, Grenadier Guards, who was 30 when he died on 14 October 1918. The casualties from the Second World War are Major Cyril Bennett, Royal Armoured Corps, who was 26 when he was killed in a fire in England on 7 January 1944; Aircraftsman Albert Gooch, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, who was 20 when he died on 3 October 1942; Gunner Reginald Jacobs, Royal Artillery, 34 (The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment) Searchlight Regiment, who was killed on 20 September 1940 and Gunner Max Racine, Royal Artillery in the same Regiment as Gunner Jacobs and who was killed on the same day. Only the names of Private Back, Private Prior and Aircraftsman Gooch are listed on the War Memorial which is also in the churchyard. As Gunners Jacobs and Racine were killed on the same day and as their Regiment, at the time of their deaths, was on home defense duties, it is possible that they were both killed in the Blitz.
    Written 29 April 2020
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  • Geoff H
    Cranbrook, UK12,315 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Woodchurch War Memorial, in the peaceful grounds of All Saints Church, is in the form of a canopied cross mounted on a circular column. On it are listed the names of 25 fatalities from the First World War and 11 from the Second World War. Of the names for the First World War there are, at least, two brothers; Arthur and Edward Back. Arthur, a farm labourer in Canada, enlisted in the Canadian army in January 1916. He died, aged 24, on 28 April 1917. He does not have any known grave but he is listed on the Canadian Vimy Memorial (well worth a visit) in France. Edward joined The Buffs (East Kent) Regiment. He died, aged 21, on 24 September 1918. His Commonwealth War Grave is in one of the number in All Saints churchyard.
    Written 8 February 2020
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  • Geoff H
    Cranbrook, UK12,315 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Situated in the peaceful graveyartd of the church of All Saints, Woodchurch War Memorial takes the form of a canopied cross on a circular column. On it are recorded the names of 25 fatalities from the First World War to which have been added the names of 11 fatalities from World War 2. Of the names recorded for World War I, there are the names of two brothers, Arthur and Edward Back. Arthur was 24 years old when he died on 28 April 1917. Arthur was a labourer in Canada and he enlisted in the Canadian army, He does not have a known grave but he is listed on the beautiful Canadian Vimy Memorial in France. His younger brother, Edward, was aged 21 when he died on 24 September 1918. Edward was in The Buffs (East Kent) Regiment and his body is buried in the graveyard not far from the war memorial.
    Written 9 February 2020
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  • Dave E
    Rolvenden, UK4 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Decent pint. Nothing to complain about. Always great here. Busy as half term so children were around but apart from that good atmosphere
    Written 5 April 2022
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  • etchellsclanx4
    Shropshire, UK54 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    2 couples and a dog on holiday visited in September. Pre booked the week before due to Tuesday being Quiz night which started at 7pm. Really busy due to quiz and seemed well attended by locals. Great atmosphere and quiz hosts were brilliant.
    All the staff were attentive and friendly.
    Very dog friendly place to visit.
    Off road parking available.
    Between us we had veggie burger, pie and ribs. All good.
    Would recommend a visit.
    Written 16 September 2022
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