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Sevenoaks Weald -to- Udimore
Sevenoaks Weald (Lower the tower by twenty feet)
Sevington (Saxons and Dual Carriageway)
Sheffield Park (Capability Brown and the Bluebell Line)
Shipbourne
Sissinghurst (The magnificent garden of Vita Sackville-West)
Smallhythe (The Ellen Terry Museum)
Smeeth (The Scott Family)
Snargate (Sluice Gates made by Royal Order)
Snave (the Remote church)
South Heighton
Southease
Speldhurst (Nobleman captured at Agincourt)
Spithurst
St Leonards on Sea (an Edwardian family's gentile resort)
St Mary in the Marsh (Ancient Celts)
St Marys Bay (Holidays and Beaches)
Staplecross (Mothers grudge hangs son)
Staplehurst (Charles Dickens train crash)
Stone In Oxney (Roman stone altar)
Stonegate (Ancient Roman Cross Road)
Sundridge (Last Peer of England to be hanged)
Sutton Valence (seized from Simon de Montfort)
Tarring Neville (The Chest from the Spanish Armarda)
Telscombe
Tenterden (Centre of the Broadcloth industry)
Ticehurst (Anne Boleyn and Pashley Manor)
Toys Hill
Tudeley & Capel (Iron Industry and Hop Pickers)
Uckfield (Traction Engine destroys bridge)
Udimore (Angels move the Church)

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