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Trottiscliffe, Kent

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Trottiscliffe, Kent

Trottiscliffe, is a village in Kent, England about 2.5 miles north west of West Malling. Its most notable feature is the neolithic long barrow known as the Coldrum Stones and its medieval church. It is often incorrectly spelled Trosley after Trosley Country Park at the top of The North Downs, which was once part of the Trosley Towers Estate.
DistrictTonbridge and Malling
Post townWest Malling
Administrative CountyKent
Traditional CountyKent
OS GridTQ6460
OS Settlement ClassificationOther settlement (village, hamlet etc)
RegionSouth East
Police AuthorityKent
Fire and Rescue AuthorityKent
Fire and Rescue AuthorityKent
Ambulance AuthoritySouth East Coast
Dialling code[01732]

Other names by which Trottiscliffe, Kent has been known in the past

Trosley ~ Trotterscliffe ~ Totesclive

Trottiscliffe, Kent in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)

Trotterscliffe (or Trosley), par., Kent, 3 miles NAV. of West Mailing and 8 miles NW. of Maidstone, 1155 ac., pop. 296; P.O.; a palace (1185) of the bishops of Rochester was here.

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