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  • Sandhurst

    The name Sandhurst means simply a place which is mostly wooded in sandy ground.
    It occupies a low ridge, surrounded possibly as late as the Norman conquest with sea-water estuaries, at least at high tide. The ridge ends at Newenden , where floods have shown what the land and sea may have looked like in the past.
    The hill on which Downgate is built, near the church, is the highest point in the parish, this is to the south of the main road towards Hawkhurst.

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