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Wingham Village
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Highways, Byways and Footpaths of Wingham Village

These pages show the main Rights of way in the parish of Wingham. There are others but if you want to use them please consult a suitable OS map or check with the land owner.

Click on a road or path to be go to the appropriate page with a copy of this map showing the road highlighted in red
NB: Hot spots not available on other pages, return here or use links at top of page to see other roads
Each page contains links to:
Location:  on Google Maps
Street View: on Google Maps Street View 
Longer sections will have a link for each end of the section. You can also click the appropriate end of the section on the map
Destination: Places the road lead to
Junctions: Pages on roads leaving or merging.
Footpaths: leading from the road
Buildings: of note along the road.
Businesses: located on or near the road
Places of Interest:  geographical features, views etc.
Images: Many of these will direct you to pages on the Geograph project which are numbered g/12345 etc. 
Other:  links that may be of interest


Notes: A brief description of the main points of interest. These may be taken as a journey from one end e.g. leading into or out of the village. Google Street Map reference are provided in the form (gsv/*****) and show the road in the direction being followed.
Bridle Way
Other Path or Track with Public Access
Water Course
Roads, Footpaths etc are faded out where they leave the parish
Map based on  Ordnance Survey Explorer 150

The main road through Wingham is the A257 which runs east-west between Sandwich  and Canterbury. Its course turns north south as it passes through the village where it undergoes a number of name changes, including Goberry Hill, High Street and Canterbury Road.
It is joined by the B2046 from which leads south via Adisham to the A2 for Dover and London and to the A260 for Folkestone the Channel Tunnel
A road to the Isle of Thanet leads north via Preston.
All three roads under go name changes within the parish.