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Welcome to the Pictorial History of Ashford website

I hope you enjoy browing through these old and not so old images of Ashford and it's environs. The town is changing even now, see how it looked before the great changes which began in the 70s.

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  • Robin Britcher has just published his latest local history book Read more...
  • Please sponsor Anita on her Firewalking Challenge for the Pilgrim's Hospice Read more...
  • An exhibition of letters from men of Great Chart and Godinton House during the First World War Read more...

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The Duke of Marlborough Public House

There were many more pubs in Ashford than there are now. The Duke of Marlborough was a lovely and distinctive looking example. You drive through the bar every time you head down Station Road towards the bowling alley! Click the title above...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PILGRIM'S HOSPICE
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My friend Anita is doing a Firewalk in aid of the Pilgrim's Hospice. Please consider donating something towards her appeal using this link: https://www.justgiving.com/AnitaWagar

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If you have enjoyed your visit and/or find the site useful, donations to The Pilgrims Hospice here in Ashford would be gratefully received. My wife found their care and empathy beyond words and they need all the help we can give them. Please donate if you can. Thank you...

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New Book:
Robin Britcher - Kennington at War
1939 - 1945

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