Welcome to Warehorne
Warehorne is a small, vibrant and friendly village seven miles from Ashford overlooking the Romney Marsh and is partly in the Weald of Kent and partly in the Romney Marsh.
Within the central village you will find St. Matthews Church, Warehorne Village Hall and the Village Green.
The main part of the village is located near the central village green opposite St. Matthews Church.
A second part of the village is known as the Leacon and is sited at the crossroads on the B2067 and contains the former schoolhouse and now abandoned cricket field.
The remainder of mostly forested Warehorne (one third of the area and all in the northern half) contains the former World’s Wonder pub and borders on the village of Kenardington.
Part of the larger village of Hamstreet falls within the parish boundary of Warehorne, enabling the village to have sufficient population to retain its own civil parish council.
The Saxon Shore Way links Warehorne with Hamstreet where the nearest shops and railway station can be found.
Along the southern edge of the village is the Royal Military Canal and footpath running for 28 miles between Seabrook near Folkestone and Rye