Coordinates. Sturry is a village on the Great Stour river three miles north-east of Canterbury in Kent. Its large civil parish incorporates the former 'mining village ...
Discover Sturry Rail Station. Getting to and from, buying and collecting tickets, staffing, facilities, accessibility & mobility access.
Train Rides to Ramble in the Stour Valley: Circular Walks from Sturry Railway Station by Headley, Monica and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible ...
Welcome to the official website of Sturry Parish Council, representing the villages of Sturry, Broad Oak and Hersden in Kent; the Garden of England.
Sturry stands at the junction where the roads from Thanet and Reculver meet to go on together into Canterbury and the Romans thought it necessary to build a fort to ...
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Geography. It lies at the old Roman junction of the road from the city to Thanet and Reculver: at the point where a fort was built to protect the crossing of the river.
Sturry is a village and civil parish in Kent, England. In 2001 there were 6,257 people living in Sturry. References ...
Photographs of the facilities available at the school and the learning and extra curricular activities.
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