Place:Otham, Kent, England

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NameOtham
Alt namesOtehamsource: Domesday Book (1985) p 149
TypeVillage
Coordinates51.252756°N 0.574844°E
Located inKent, England

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Otham is a village near the town of Maidstone in Kent, England.

The 12th-century parish church of St Nicholas is a Grade I listed building. The vicar is Revd Andrew Sewell. Otham also has a number of mediaeval houses which are listed including Otham Manor (Grade I), Synyards (Grade I) and Stoneacre (Grade II*). Stoneacre is a small National Trust property, which is a private residence but opened to visitors on Saturdays and Bank Holiday Mondays from April - September.

Otham has a circular walk of 7 km which includes the Spot Lane Nature Reserve and Stoneacre. Details of it are available from its parish website as a pdf file.

The White Horse pub is located in Otham.The White Horse Inn had two Publicans, once William Goodwin b1746 and son Solomon William Goodwin b1833 Source: English Post Office Records

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