It contains a 19th-century pub, the Royal Oak, and Holy Trinity church as well as being home to many famous figures such as the Churchill and Gladstone families as well as Lord Harris (founder of Carpet Right and Tapi), and former home of Financial Services agent Sean Robertson.
Octavia Hill, a social reformer, philanthropist, artist, writer and co-founder of the National Trust, also lived in the village. Her remains are buried in the churchyard of the village church, Holy Trinity.
- I D Margary, Roman Ways in the Weald 1965 Phoenix House
- "A historic walk over Octavia Hill, Kent". London: Guardian. 12 May 2012. Retrieved 18 August 2013.
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