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Plaxtol The name Plaxtol is believed to be derived from Old English words meaning "play area"; there used to be a large green in the middle of the village where children would play after attending church on a Sunday.
Plaxtol The River Bourne flows through the parish, and formerly powered three watermills in Plaxtol – Winfield Mill (corn), Longmill (corn) and Roughway Paper Mill. The village has a primary school, a Cromwellian church, a grocer, a butcher and a pub; it also once had a bakery.
Plaxtol There is a cricket club in Plaxtol, who play in the Kent County Village League against other local teams, as well as friendly matches on Sundays. The club has a thriving junior section as well as an active social scene.
Plaxtol Plaxtol is a village and civil parish in the borough of Tonbridge and Malling in Kent, England. The village is located around north of Tonbridge and the same distance east of Sevenoaks. In the 2011 Census, the parish had a population of 1,117.
Plaxtol The 1,000-acre Fairlawne Estate adjoining the village of Shipbourne was owned by Sir Henry Vane the Elder, in the 17th century, and was owned by the Cazalet family in the 19th century. Major Peter Cazalet was a trainer of horses owned by Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother who was an occasional guest. The estate is currently owned by the Saudi Arabian horse-breeder Prince Khalid ibn Abdullah.
Robert Pearsall (architect) Pearsall designed the chancel and transepts added to Plaxtol Church in Kent in 1894.
Yopps Green Yopps Green is a hamlet in the Sevenoaks District, in the county of Kent, England. It is part of the small village of Plaxtol.
Rev. William Champion Streatfeild His first curacy was at St Andrew’s, Croydon, Surrey in 1863. He was then Curate of Plaxtol, Kent from 1864-5.
Rev. William Champion Streatfeild I. William Streatfeild born 1st Sept 1865 at Plaxtol, died 17 February 1929, Bishop of Lewes. He was the father of the popular children's author Noel Streatfeild.
Sheet Hill It is near the large town of Sevenoaks and the villages of Borough Green (where the A-Z map company is based), Plaxtol and Ightham and the hamlets of Yopps Green and Claygate Cross.