Crouch, Sevenoaks

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Crouch is a hamlet in the Sevenoaks District, in the English county of Kent.

Location[edit]

It is near the large town of Sevenoaks, the villages of Borough Green (where the A-Z map company is based), St Mary's Platt (or just Platt) and the hamlets of Comp, Claygate Cross and Basted. It is near the Mereworth Woods, and the River Bourne.

Transport[edit]

For transport there is the A227 road, the A20 and M26, M20 and M25 motorways. On the main road through the village, many detached houses can be found, including the infamous Navarrica, once suspected of housing a Proboscis Monkey. These accusations were soon discovered to be false.

References[edit]

Coordinates: 51°16′36″N 0°19′08″E / 51.27667°N 0.31889°E / 51.27667; 0.31889