fantastic aerials views of Kent may be enjoyed
from hot air balloon flights over Britian's
most south-easterly county.
is a small yet interesting and attractive
village in north-west Kent. Despite its
location just off the motorway network it
is easily missed due to its small size.
If you take the trouble to visit you’ll
find narrow streets of old houses (plus
some more recent ones, of course), shaded
by many leafy trees during the summer months.
There is also a pleasant recreation area
and all the usual traditional features of
village life, such as pubs and a manor house.
Despite its modest appearance today, Wrotham
has much history stretching back to the
times of the ancient Britons, and throughout
English history. The Archbishops of Canterbury
used to have a palace in Wrotham (of which
little remains today). This is also said
to be the place at which King Henry VIII
received news of the execution of his wife
Anne Boleyn (1536). Further information
about the history of Wrotham has been made
available in both book and video formats
– not yet on YouTube, as far as we
Villages surrounding Wrotham include Fairseat,
Stansed, Knockmill, Woodlands, Crowdleham,
Green and Wrotham Heath.
Passengers with vouchers
from Experience Day companies can, in many
cases, choose the location of their flight
from a range of take-off locations*.
for information from a national provider.
*Deals vary. Always check details before