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Godden Green is a hamlet 1 mile (2 km) east of Sevenoaks in Kent, England. It is within the civil parish of Seal, in Sevenoaks District, on the eastern edge of Knole Park. There is a large green, and a Shepherd Neame public house, the Buck's Head. The village is in the ecclesiastical parish of St Peter and St Paul, Seal, the parish extends southward and is bounded by Bitchet Green Road at Fawke Common.
Historically, many local residents were employees of the Knole Estate.
Charles Robert Ashbee, who was a considerable designer and prime mover in the Arts and Crafts Movement, lived in the village with his wife, Janet at Stormont Court. He was the church architect for some time at St Peter & St Paul's Seal and designed the internal belltower screen at the west end and the 'new' rood screen. The family grave is in Seal church yard.
Godden Green lies within the Kent county electoral division of Sevenoaks East, and the Sevenoaks district ward of Seal & Weald. It is represented by the councillors of Seal Parish Council.
- County Councillor - Nick Chard
- District Councillor - Rachel Chard
- District Councillor - Peter Coates
- Seal Parish Councillors
- The Buck's Head public house
- Cygnet Hospital Godden Green
- St Peter and St Paul's Church (Seal Church)
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