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Some interesting Gillingham Buildings.

Interesting buildings The Village Hall In conjunction with her son, the late Mrs Kenyon provided the Parish with a Village Hall in 1925. The War Memorial A War Memorial was erected in memory of the 18 Gillingham men who were … Continue reading

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THE CHURCHES OF GILLINGHAM

CHURCHES OF GILLINGHAM¬† St. Andrews Church, Winston Of the now extinct village of Winston which belonged to the Bigods, all the boundaries have been lost but the site of the church can still be seen above the rectory in what … Continue reading

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Local churches

ST MARY’S CHURCH, GILLINGHAM, This ancient and beautiful building goes back to the time of the Normans.¬† Some old records say that it was built on the site of an earlier Saxon church. It is much as the Normans left … Continue reading

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