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Sellindge

Sellindge
Sellindge is located in Kent
Sellindge
Sellindge
 Sellindge shown within Kent
Population 1,356 (parish, 2001 Census)
OS grid reference
Civil parish Sellindge
District Shepway
Shire county Kent
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town ASHFORD
Postcode district TN25
Dialling code 01303
Police Kent
Fire Kent
Ambulance South East Coast
EU Parliament South East England
UK Parliament Folkestone and Hythe
List of places
UK
England
Kent

Sellindge is a civil parish and village on the A20 road between Ashford and Folkestone in Kent, South East England. Sellindge is part of North Downs West Ward of Shepway District Council but part of the Elham ward of Kent County Council.

The village played host to the annual Sellindge Music Festival however this was stopped due to difficulties with the ticket sales. The village also hosts the Sellindge Steam Fair every year, with displays including traction engines, steam, diesel and electric locomotive units, buses and lorries.

The static inverter plant of HVDC Cross-Channel lies south of the motorway on Church Lane. Plans exist for a 3,000 capacity lorry park and an anaerobic digestion plant.[1]

References

  1. ^ http://www.slurry.org.uk/ Sellindge Proposed Sludge Site and Lorry Park

External links

  • VillageNet entry for Sellindge
  • Sellindge Parish Council


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