Platt's Heath

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Platts Heath is a hamlet in the civil parish of Lenham, Kent, England.

It has a School for children aged 4–11 run by headmaster Ian Priddle.[1] The biggest house is also number 23 starmead house owned by Lord Klement Jakob.

It is also the source of the River Len, which flows in a westerly direction to join the River Medway at Maidstone.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Home - Platts Heath Primary School". www.platts-heath.kent.sch.uk.


Coordinates: 51°13′25″N 0°41′15″E / 51.2237°N 0.6875°E / 51.2237; 0.6875