Place:Wilmington, Kent, England


Coordinates51.417°N 0.2°E
Located inKent, England
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Wilmington is a village and parish in the Borough of Dartford in Kent. It is located on the border of Kent with Greater London, as it borders the London Borough of Bexley as well as the Sevenoaks District. It is situated south of Dartford and north of Swanley.

The centre of the village has one shop and four pubs: The Orange Tree (a Shepherd Neame pub), The Plough, The Foresters and The Horse and Groom at Leyton Cross. Its most prominent landmark is the St Michael and All Angels Church, which is the site for the annual Wilmington Model Railway Exhibition. Part of the Joydens Wood estate lies within parish boundaries.

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