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Chilham is located in the valley of the Great Stour river and beside the A28 road 6 miles south of Canterbury.
The oldest buildings in Chilham are thought to be the Tudor Lodge Gift Shop (1370-1410) and Peacocks Antiques (1450-1480).
Chilham has an abundance of historic architecture and is one of the most popular places to visit in Kent. The village square is notable for its medieval and Jacobean half timbered buildings and is so scenic it is often used for film productions, Jane Austen’s Emma was shot there in 2009 for the BBC. Chilham is a Heritage Conservation Area.
Road and Rail Links:
A252 to Canterbury. A28 to Ashford. Chilham has its own railway station which runs on the SER Ashford to Margate line. There is also a bus service to surrounding villages, Ashford and Canterbury .
Bakers, Butchers Sundries and Supplies, Convenience Stores, Post Office, Farm Shop and other specialist shops.
St. Marys CE Church, Chilham.
Doctors and Dentists:
Dr. D S Kinnersley and Partner, Chilham also a variety of Doctors can be found in the surrounding area. Dentists can be found in Ashford and Canterbury.
Chilham Pony Club, Badminton, Football, Short mat bowls, Tennis, Karate.
Chilham Sports Centre.
There are two pubs, the Woolpack (one of its bedrooms is reputed to be haunted by the ‘Grey Lady’) and the White Horse and a number of places to eat and drink in the village.
The North Downs Way runs through Chilham.