Adisham Church of England Primary School
Adisham shown within Kent
|Area||11.82 km2 (4.56 sq mi)|
|Population||645 (Civil Parish)|
|– density||55/km2 (140/sq mi)|
|OS grid reference|
|District||City of Canterbury|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Ambulance||South East Coast|
|EU Parliament||South East England|
The village church is dedicated to Holy Innocents and Adisham primary school.
Adisham has two book clubs, beyond the average for such a small community: The Adisham Book Club and The Adisham Bookmarks.
Adisham's village shop shut down in 2004 and the Bull's Head pub closed in about 2010.
Adisham railway station opened on 22 July 1861. It is on the Chatham Main Line - Dover Branch. The village lies on one of the routes that formed part of the Pilgrims' Way immortalised by Geoffrey Chaucer in his book The Canterbury Tales, and in 2010 was the subject of a villagers' protest when local landowner former banker to the Queen, Timothy Steel, tried to ban walkers from part of the route. After a public enquiry, public rights of way were Council-designated on paths on his land including the path of the former Pilgrims Way.
In The Dying Days, the last novel of the Doctor Who New Adventures series, The Doctor is portrayed as living near Adisham in the fictional Allen Road, leading the Ice Warriors to attack the village with poison gas.
- Adisham Hall - a monastery in Sri Lanka
- Key Statistics; Quick Statistics: Population Density United Kingdom Census 2011 Office for National Statistics Retrieved 21 November 2013
- Adisham Parish Council website
- Parkin, Lance (1997). The Dying Days. Kickapoo Green Builders. ISBN 9780426205043.
- Media related to Adisham at Wikimedia Commons
- Adisham in the Domesday Book
- Kent Archeological Society has the 1841-1901 census returns.
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