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A bit about Maidstone

Maidstone is a historic town based in Kent, 40 miles away from London, 10 miles South of the Medway District and 42 miles east of Dover.

The River Medway runs through the centre of Maidstone, connecting it to Rochester and the Thames Estuary. Throughout its history, the river carried much of the town’s trade as the centre of the agricultural county of Kent, known as the Garden of England.

In 2011, Maidstone had a population of 113,137 from a 2011 census. Maidstone is twinned with Beauvais in Picardy, France.

Maidstone boasts its own hospital, which opened in 1983 and is home to 15 secondary schools, 23 primary schools and 2 specialist education schools.

The Maidstone Museum and Bentlif Art Gallery is located in the town centre, with a collection of over 600,000 objects dating as far back as the Ancient Egyptian times.

The town’s largest park is Mote Park, which hosts many family friendly events throughout the year, including the hugely popular beer festival Oktoberfest.

Mackenzie Crook is arguably today’s most notable former Maidstone resident with the actor having featured on hit shows and films such as The Office and Pirates of the Caribbean.

Maidstone United Football Club has a rich history, playing their matches at the Gallagher Stadium to a capacity of 4,200 people. The Stones endured a difficult 2018/19 season where they got relegated but will look to push for promotion this coming September.

Back Issues:

Maidstone CommunityAd Magazine – Issue 10
Maidstone CommunityAd Magazine – Issue 09
Maidstone CommunityAd Magazine – Issue 08
Maidstone CommunityAd Magazine – Issue 07
Maidstone CommunityAd Magazine – Issue 06
Maidstone CommunityAd Magazine – Issue 05
Maidstone CommunityAd Magazine – Issue 04
Maidstone CommunityAd Magazine – Issue 03
Maidstone CommunityAd Magazine – Issue 02
Maidstone CommunityAd Magazine – Issue 01

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