A flat marshland which then opens onto a varied coastline, this area is full of history from the various churches, the ancient drainage system to Dungeness and the old power station. Prior to World War II, experiments to detect enemy aircraft with huge concrete acoustic mirrors were conducted at Greatstone.
The wonders of nature around every corner for example did you know the River Rother today flows into the sea below Rye; but until 1287 its mouth lay between Romney and Lydd, or that the Romney Marsh sheep has become one of the most successful and important breeds of sheep. Romney sheep have been exported globally, in particular to Australia, to where they were first exported in 1872.
Well worth a visit - what will you discover?
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