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St Pancras, Coldred's Grade I listed Saxon church
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The village name derives from the charcoal burners who lived here before the Norman conquest of England. The Oxford Dictionary of Place Names lists various spellings: Coeldred, Coelret and Colret.
Coldred, at nearly 400 feet (122 m) above sea level, is one of the highest places in East Kent.
Coldred's population, which in 1994 was 110, is included in the civil parish of Sheperdswell with Coldred.
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