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Containing regional travel information, details of your local MP and how to contact them, emergency phone numbers and details of surrounding villages, the information page is your local online Yellow Pages! With direct links to local clubs and organisations, the information page makes becoming involved in your town easier than ever. 
 
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Aylesford Priory
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Aylesford Priory is an ancient religious site, dating back to the 13th Century. The Priory, traditionally known as the Friars is home to an order of Carmelite monks.There is a very well known pottery on the site, and the open air shrine is a wonderfully peaceful place.

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museum of Kent Life Maidstone
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Museum of Kent life
Experience the sights, sounds and smells of country life in Kent over the last 150 years. Many country crafts are practised and demonstrated on site, and the small farm is an ongoing attraction. The farm is one of the few remaining places where the hops are grown, harvested, dried and packed by hand, using time-honoured techniques. The museum hosts an array of events, designed to include and entertain the whole family. A great escape for the hustle and bustle of the town centre.
www.museum-kentlife.co.uk
 
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Teapot Exhibition
 

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If you are potty about tea, and cannot get through the day without a few cups, you really should take a trip to the Maidstone teapot exhibition at Teapot Island, with a display of over 3,500 teapots. There is a resident potter in place to demonstrate the craft of teapot making and the chance to make your very own pot to take home. And after the museum, you can always relax in the café, with a nice cup of tea!http://www.teapotisland.co.uk/
 
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Leeds Castle Maidstone
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Leeds Castle -Kent Leeds Castle, set on two islands on the River Len in the heart of Kent, has been home to royalty, lords and ladies for over 1000 years. Visitors are transported through 900 years of the castle’s history. Black swans glide on the moat and waterways, peacocks wander through the grounds and birds of prey soar on the wind during daily falconry displays. The gardens offer continuous colour throughout the year. There really is something for everyone. Click HERE for more