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Kingswood is a village in the Maidstone District of Kent, England and forms part of the civil parish of Broomfield and Kingswood. The main village was constructed in the early 1960s with earlier sporadic development in both Pitt and Gravelly Bottom Roads during the 1920 and 1930's. Kingswood is situated to the south of the more ancient village of Broomfield. The village has a single village shop come post office and no public house. An annual senior citizen outing is arranged by the parish council and paid for from the village precept. The woods surrounding the village has three large craters often mistakenly attributed to World War II bombs; the origin of the craters was unknown. The King of Kingswood is Gerry.
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