High Profile Event

Wyatt's Rebellion and the Battle of Wrotham

Queen Mary came to the throne in 1553 after the death of her young brother, Edward VI. While he had been a Protestant, Mary followed her mother's faith of Catholicism. Shortly after she became queen she announced her intention of marrying King Philip of Spain.

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Where is Wrotham?

Wrotham is a village situated on the Pilgrims’ Way in Kent, at the foot of the North Downs. It is located one mile north of Borough Green and approximately five miles east of Sevenoaks. It is within the junction of the M20 and M26 motorways.

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Centenary of the End of the First World War

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High Profile Figures

Reverend George Moore

The Reverend George Moore, Rector of Wrotham at the time of the Tithe Riot in 1830. For further information we recommend the publication 'Wrotham Place' by Miriam Stead.

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Admiral John Byng

The French writer, Voltaire (1694-1778), said 'In this country [England] it is thought well to kill an admiral from time to time to encourage the others' - a very harsh comment at the expense of Admiral John Byng (1704-1757).

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Caught On Film

Prepared for the Wrotham Historical Society to mark the Millennium, this fascinating video, relating the history of Wrotham from the earliest written record in 788 AD to the present day, is now available on DVD.

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