Ashurst, Kent

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Ashurst
St Martin of Tours' Church, Ashurst Road, Ashurst.JPG
St Martin of Tours' Church
Ashurst is located in Kent
Ashurst
Ashurst
Location within Kent
District
Shire county
Region
CountryEngland
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townTunbridge Wells
Postcode districtTN3
PoliceKent
FireKent
AmbulanceSouth East Coast
EU ParliamentSouth East England
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UK
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Kent
51°07′46″N 0°10′11″E / 51.129370°N 0.169650°E / 51.129370; 0.169650Coordinates: 51°07′46″N 0°10′11″E / 51.129370°N 0.169650°E / 51.129370; 0.169650

Ashurst is a village five miles (8 km) west of Tunbridge Wells in Kent, England, and is in the civil parish of Speldhurst. The 10th-century parish church is dedicated to St Martin of Tours[1] The parish is located on the border between Kent and East Sussex; the River Medway forms the border between the two counties. There were two watermills located here, both now closed, and there is a weir on the river.

Nearby settlements[edit]

In 1871 the area of the then parish (since joined to Speldhurst) was 871 acres (3.52 km2); its population 247 people.[2]

See also[edit]

Medway watermills

External links[edit]

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