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The area was originally part of the estate surrounding Park House, owned by Edmund Law Lushington, professor of Greek and later Lord Rector of Glasgow University. His friend and brother-in-law, Lord Tennyson was a frequent visitor, and it is believed his poems The Brook and The Princess were inspired by his visits.
The estate has two small shops and an Esso petrol station. There are plans to move St Faith's Church, based near Maidstone East station in the town centre to Ringlestone, in a new building on the site of the existing community centre. 
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