This Jacobean building, now known as the Castle, was constructed in 1616
Houses in Chilham Square
The White Horse etc
More of the same
The Street
Chilham Mill
Across the Stour Valley
Spotty pig kisses tree
Disappointed sheep
Aren't you gorgeous!
The white sheep of the family
Last but not least
Chilham and the Stour Valley, Kent
Ann
Author: Ann (ID: 12616)
Posted: 2011-02-05 17:57 GMT+00:00
Mileage: 9.14 km
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Chilham - one of the most perfectly preserved medieval settings in South-east England. Most of the buildings in the Square and in the four streets leading into it date from the late 15th century and are black and white, half-timbered structures, some faced with brick.

Chilham Castle
This Jacobean building, now known as the Castle, was constructed in 1616
Houses in Chilham Square
The White Horse etc
More of the same
The Street
Chilham Mill
Across the Stour Valley
Spotty pig kisses tree
Disappointed sheep
Aren't you gorgeous!
The white sheep of the family
Last but not least
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