|Population||1,679 (2011 Census)|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Ambulance||South East Coast|
|EU Parliament||South East England|
Platt, or St. Mary's Platt is a village in the local government district of Tonbridge and Malling in Kent, England. The village contains a church which was built in 1843 and which stands on a hill overlooking the village centre. The architects were Whichcord and Walker of Maidstone.
The hamlet of Crouch (pronounced Crooch) lies within the parish. The River Bourne flows through the western part of the parish. Basted Paper Mill was within the parish boundary.
The Anglican parish church of St Mary's dates from 1843. The architects were Messrs. Whichcord and Walker of Maidstone. The churchyard is the resting place of comic actor Richard Hearne who lived at Platt Farm, a fifteenth-century property in Long Mill Lane, in the village from the 1940s, from where he ran a market garden.
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