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Photo Gallery
Pictures of things and events that have happened in and around Biddenden over the years.
Click an image below to view the pictures in each gallery, click Photo Gallery on the navigation bar on the left to return to this page.
Aerial View of Biddenden
The Aerial View of Biddenden that appeared in the Kentish Express series of villages in and around Kent. Just one large picture which takes a while to download but it's worth it!
Photo by kind permission of Channel Photograph.
   
Bird Life in and around the Millennium Field
Some Pictures that show some of the Birds that we get in and around the Millennium field.
Some Pictures were taken in our garden but you are sure to see the birds in the Millennium field.
   
Butterflies in the Millennium Field
Here are some of the butterflies that we have managed to photograph in the Millennium field.
On a sunny day you will find many butterflies around the edge of the Rookery along its entire length.
   
Floods Around Kent December 2002
December 2002 saw more floods around the villages near to Biddenden, 50 Photo's of the areas flooded from places such as Headcorn, Staplehurst and Maidstone
Fields were turned into huge lakes and many roads were impassable.
   
The Great Storm of 1987
October the 17th 1987 saw the worst storm to hit the SouthEast England.
In this gallery are 9 photos of Brogues Wood (Tenterden to Cranbrook Road near the Castletons Oak Pub) and parts of Tenterden.
   
The Temporary Post Office
On Thursday June the 12th 2003 Biddendens Temporary Post Office is delivered and dropped over the hedge in to its position
66 photos of this historical event.
   
Official Opening of the Post Office
On Thursday June the 26 2003 at 11:30 am Biddenden's Temporary Post Office was officially opened by The Parish Council chairman Cllr. Mrs. E. Cansdale.