Elmsted

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Coordinates: 51°09′51″N 1°01′35″E / 51.1643°N 1.0265°E / 51.1643; 1.0265

Elmsted
St James the Great, Elmsted - geograph.org.uk - 190938.jpg
St James has an unusual belfry on the tower
Elmsted is located in Kent
Elmsted
Elmsted
 Elmsted shown within Kent
Population 292 (parish, 2001 Census)
OS grid reference TR115449
District Shepway
Shire county Kent
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Dialling code 01233
Police Kent
Fire Kent
Ambulance South East Coast
EU Parliament South East England
UK Parliament Folkestone and Hythe
List of places
UK
England
Kent

Elmsted is a village and civil parish[1] in the Shepway District of Kent, England. It is located west of Stone Street (the B2068), the Roman road which today takes traffic between Canterbury and Lympne. Within the parish are the settlements of Bodsham, North Leigh and Evington. There are six elected members of the Parish Council.

The Anglican church is dedicated to St James the Great and is Grade I listed with an unusual wooden medieval belfry on the tower.[2] The local school is Bodsham Church of England Primary School.[3]

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