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Cinema Woodville Halls
Only 8 minutes to the local Cinema from Ebbsfleet International Railway Station!!
Watch top films presented at Paul Greengrass Cinema, Woodville Halls in Gravesend.
Discover a wide variety of films from all over the world. See whats coming up soon, top reviewed movies and recent releases.
Enjoy luxury theatre cinema for the whole family at
Woodville Halls, Gravesend, Kent
Woodville Halls Cinema 2
MV Princess Pocahontas
MV Pocahontas is a river tour boat operated from Gravesend in Kent, UK. The crew has a great knowledge of the Thames and its historic riverside areas.
Shorne Woods Country Parks
Shorne Woods Country Park is a large ancient woodland site, with an eco friendly visitor centre, a cafe and about 288 acres of woodland to explore.
Brewers Road, Gravesend
Rochester Castle stands on the east bank of the River Medway, in Rochester, Kent. It is one of the best-preserved castles of its kind in the UK.
Rochester Castle, The Castle, Castle Hill
Cyclopark's state-of-the-art BMX track, Skate boarding and bike riding course.
Southern Valley Golf Course
138 acres Golf course located in Shorne just south of Gravesend in Kent. The course has been designed and built in sympathy with a traditional Links Course. It features large greens and tees alongside undulating fairways. The subsoil is predominantly chalk that provides excellent drainage conditions. ...more
Thong Lane, Gravesend
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Rochester and Cobham Park Golf Club
Proud hosts of the 2012 England versus France international Golf match. The clubs key features include an excellent golfing facility and a clubhouse; full 18 hole course range, which was redesigned in 1997 by renowned golf course architect Donald Steel. ...more
Cobham Park Golf Club, Kent, United Kingdom
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The 14th Century timber-framed roof is one of the few outward examples of the original chantry that still remain in Gravesend, Kent.
The Terrace, Gravesend
Part of a manor house of the Knights Templar, built in about 1240, with a fine first floor hall displaying traces of wall paintings.
Temple Manor, Knight Road, Strood, Rochester, Medway
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