Luddesdown Parish Council
Luddesdown is a very rural parish, forming part of the Kent North Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within Gravesham borough in north Kent. It is located in a dry valley to the south of Gravesend and is named after a scattered group of houses and farms around Luddesdown Court and its adjacent church.
The next Parish Council Meeting is on Monday 17th July at 7.30pm in Luddesdown Village Hall.
Members of the public are welcome to come.
The civil parish also contains its main neighbourhood or street, Henley Street, and separate hamlets of Great Buckland and Boughurst Street to the south; the valley narrows quickly the south to the appropriately named Buckland at the top of the dry valley floor. In this steep valley, facing west, is a vineyard, facing east are many woods. [ text edited from and courtesy of Wikipedia ]
The popular Geograph project also has some photographs of our parish. For more information about the area, read the 1797 Edward Hasted "History and Topographical Survey of Kent" for Luddesdown parish.
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