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Biddenden is a traditional Kentish village characterised by its lattice-windowed Flemish weavers’ cottages. The High Street is paved with Bethersden Marble (which was quarried locally.)
Set deep within mid-Kent and you’ll see why people call Kent the ‘Garden of England.’ It is surrounded by lush fields and woodland. You can also visit Sissinghurst Castle Gardens which is an extensive formal garden created in the 1930s by Vita Sackville-West.
There are a number of walking trails in and around Biddenden for trekkers. One such area is the Millennium Field. A nature and conservation area of 20.5 acres first created in 1999 to mark the Millennium celebrations.
Biddenden is famous because of its association with some conjoined twins born in 1100 in the village, known as ‘the Maids of Biddenden’.