FHS of Martin
Society Area Representatives
"Where English history was made"
The area representatives are:
|North-west Kent , and south-east London||John Martin|
|South and east Kent||Mr Peter Loftus|
|Kent is a county in England, south-east of London. The county town is Maidstone. Kent has land borders with East Sussex, Surrey and Greater London.||VIEW OF KENT|
|The two cities in Kent are Canterbury, the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and Rochester, the seat of the Bishop of Rochester. However, since 1998 when local government was reorganised, Rochester lost its official city status through an administrative oversight; attempts are now being made to regain it.|
|Fishing and tourism occupy many people, especially at the coastal resorts. The East Kent coalfield was mined in the 20th century: and there is a nuclear power station located at Dungeness. Nevertheless, the district of Thanet has been regarded as one of the most disadvantaged areas in the south-east of England.||THE KENT ARCHIVES|
|The world famous White Cliffs of Dover|
Kent is where English history was made - from the invasion by
Julius Caesar to the Battle of Britain
No one says it better than the View of Kent
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