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Subject: Lympne, List of places in Kent
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Coordinates: 51°05′05″N 1°02′05″E / 51.0846°N 1.0346°E / 51.0846; 1.0346

District Shepway
Shire county Kent
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Postcode district CT21
Dialling code 01303
Police Kent
Fire Kent
Ambulance South East Coast
EU Parliament South East England
UK Parliament Folkestone and Hythe
List of places

Newingreen is a village near Folkestone in Kent, England. It is situated on the junction of the A20 and the historic Stone Street between Lympne and Canterbury. The village is near Junction 11 of the M20.

The global headquarters of Holiday Extras are located within the village.



The railway station at Westenhanger is just over half a mile away from the village centre, offering direct links to London Charing Cross via Tonbridge. Passengers may change at Ashford International for faster services to London St Pancras International, with a typical total journey time of a little over an hour off peak during the week.


The route 10 bus operated by Stagecoach East Kent passes through the village between Folkestone and Ashford, typically with an hourly service.


The National Express service SH021 offers a direct link to London Victoria coach station and Dover from designated stops either side of the A20 in the village centre. The route passes through Ashford and Maidstone on the way towards London, and through Folkestone coastbound.

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