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Visitors regularly take short breaks in Kent to wallow in the famous towns like Canterbury and Rochester and to explore the green rolling hills, wooded valleys and far-reaching landscapes. Find out more about the towns and villages that make up the Garden of England using our interactive map of Kent. Find more things to do in Kent today by using the search box or viewing the map at the bottom of this page. Many of Kent's tourist attractions are open all year round so find something to do today with activities listings each showing a map and opening times for your convenience. For more information about Kent, including ideas for days out, attractions and events, view the list below for information on things to do and towns and villages within the county. Use the 'map view' button to find something near you.
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However, the majority are in East Kent and we need a greater uptake of squares in the Weald area, from Tonbridge to Tenterden. Turtle Dove Survey Additional Turtle Dove Records If people know of sites where they regularly record Turtle Doves, which are not included in the selected survey squares, please go ahead and survey if you are able and wish to do so. These squares will not be displayed on the survey map but the results will be used in the survey.
Exploring your family history can be a fascinating and rewarding experience, but it can be difficult to know where to start. We have a range of information and resources to help you. Note down all the dates and events you are certain of concerning your immediate family. Ask other members of your family what they know, but remember it is always best to check information by consulting official records, so you have concrete proof to back up memories! Family photos are a great way to get people talking, so do ask relatives to see these.