Woodchurch Windmill

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Woodchurch Windmill: Now almost completely restored to a working condition by local craftsmen and enthusiasts, the mill is a familliar local landmark which can be seen for many miles. It is a fine example of a Kentish smock mill and was originally one of a pair of windmills standing on this site, known locally as The Twins.

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From the M20 at Ashford
Exit the M20 at Junction 9 and at the roundabout take the exit signposted to Ashford. At next roundabout take the 3rd exit (Tenterden A28). At next roundabout take the 3rd exit (Tenterden A28). At next roundabout (Matalan store on left) take 2nd exit (A28). Follow A28 for approximately 4 miles until you see a left turn signposted to Woodchuch. If you pass through Bethersden village you have gone too far. Follow this road for approximately 3 miles and you will enter Woodchurch village from the North. As you enter the village you will see (and pass) the mill on your left.

From Tenterden
As you leave Tenterden main High Street on the A28 heading towards Ashford, take the right turn that is signposted to Woodchurch. At small one-way systen you must take the left fork. At crossroads proceed straight across following sign to Woodchurch. Follow this road for approximately 4 miles (passing Tenterden Golf Club on your left). You will enter Woodchurch village from the South. Immediately opposite the Stonebridge public house (on your right), turn left into Front Road. Follow Front Road to the top of the village and you see the Village Green on your right.


Opening times (Easter - September):
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM------


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