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Coordinates: 51°08′56″N 0°21′53″E / 51.1488°N 0.3648°E
Matfield is a small village, part of the civil parish of Brenchley, in the Tunbridge Wells Borough of Kent, England. The sculptor Theresa Sassoon planted a tree on the green to commemorate the end of World War I; the tree was blown down in the hurricane of 1987 and had to be replaced. There are also three pubs: The Wheelwright's Arms; The Star and a gastropub "The Poet" at the Standing Cross.
Matfield was awarded the title of Kent Village of the Year in 2010.
Matfield is located around 5 miles (8.0 km) north-east of Royal Tunbridge Wells and 2 miles (3.2 km) south of Paddock Wood.
The village grew up around its village green, which is the largest in Kent. The village green features a large pond at its northern end.
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