Sun shines bright on Malling Awareness Day, 27 June 2010
On the hottest day of the year so far, well known local retailer, Tim Baldock launched the first Malling Awareness Day – an open showcase for local clubs, organisations and societies to demonstrate their activities and causes. Malling Action Partnership also launched their programme. ...more
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Trottiscliffe, is a village in Kent, England about 2.5 miles (4 km) north west of West Malling.
Its most notable feature is the neolithic long barrow known as the Coldrum Stones W and its medieval church. It is often incorrectly spelled Trosley after the name of the country park at the top of The North Downs, which was once part of the Trosley Towers Estate.