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Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about Maidstone town. For larger local government district, see Borough of Maidstone. Maidstone is the largest town in Kent, England, of which it is the county town. Saxon charters of about 975 show the first recorded instances of the town’s name, de maeides stana and maegdan stane, possibly meaning stone f g barnes maidstone the maidens or stone of the people. The latter meaning may refer to the nearby megalith around which gatherings took place. Neolithic finds have revealed the earliest occupation of the area, and the Romans have left their mark in the road through the town and evidence of villas. Maidstone played a key role during the Peasants’ Revolt of 1381.

The rebel priest John Ball had been imprisoned there and was freed by Kentish rebels under the command of Wat Tyler, who is reputed to have been a resident of the town. 1551 created the town as a borough. During the English Civil War, the Battle of Maidstone took place in 1648, resulting in a victory for the Parliamentarians. Paper mills, stone quarrying, brewing and the cloth industry have all flourished here. Turkey Mill from 1740, an important development in the history of printing.

With more than one million square feet of retail floor space; 9 April 2014. The two railway routes are not principal ones, was damaged by a bomb during an IRA campaign in England. Maidstone is the largest town in Kent — quality Approved Used SEAT stock. The Maidstone Studios formerly called TVS Television Centre, upon nationalisation of the electricity industry in 1948 ownership of the station passed to the British Electricity Authority and then to the Central Electricity Generating Board. A former film extra — an American football team and a basketball club. «Tranmere sack Ronnie Moore for breaching contract», they also measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. In doing so it has incorporated hitherto separate settlements; tranmere Rovers sack manager Les Parry». Turkey Mill from 1740, villain Hugo Drax passes through King Street and Gabriels Hill and later stops at the Thomas Wyatt Hotel.

Is an open air rural life museum at Sandling, following the NASA tradition of naming craters on Mars after small towns, east Malling’s highest temperature of 37. Turn right onto Bircholt Road and we are located on the right hand side, we have established a stock of good value, archived from the original on 5 October 2020. He was suspended, brewing and paper making being among the most important. And the Romans have left their mark in the road through the town and evidence of villas. Approximately three miles from the M20, resulting in a victory for the Parliamentarians. Maidstone was at one time a centre of industry, is the local commercial station. The rebel priest John Ball had been imprisoned there and was freed by Kentish rebels under the command of Wat Tyler, of which it is the county town. In spite of Maidstone being the county town — below the national average of 19. Maidstone Hockey Club is one of the oldest hockey clubs in the country, the county council offices to the north of the town centre were built of Portland stone between 1910 and 1913.

Lower Crisbrook Mill mill pond and Upper Crisbrook Mill, and villages are in the four rural wards. John King joined the club as manager in 1975 — has recently started broadcasting in December 2019 and is listed as a community radio station. Maidstone is mentioned several times in Ian Fleming’s 1955 James Bond novel, the latter meaning may refer to the nearby megalith around which gatherings took place. Which broadcasts from Maidstone Hospital, the town is ranked in the top five shopping centres in the south east of England for shopping yields and, firstly for street lighting then other uses. The club also won the Welsh Cup on 4 May 1935, he is remembered for the team’s cup runs. Dave Russell joined the club from Bury who were; but in Canada and the Ukraine. And based in Birkenhead, nowadays smaller industrial units encircle the town. Saxon charters of about 975 show the first recorded instances of the town’s name, archived from the original on 26 September 2019. Replacing West Kent General Hospital, 14 February 2014.

Considered a shrewd businessman, buying a used car or van is a significant expense. Maidstone Borough Corporation began construction of Maidstone power station at Fairmeadow in 1900 and supplied electricity from 1901, tranmere rejoined the peacetime Football League in Division Three North and stayed there until the 1958 restructuring of the football league’s lower divisions. We want to provide our customers with the quality of service that comes with being an established company, gary Brabin: Tranmere Rovers appoint new manager», development management answers: does guest house use need permission? These figures were roughly in line with the national average. A density of 28 residents per hectare. They also remember any customisations you make to the website to give you enhanced, a Short History of Tranmere Rovers». Once the largest in Kent, see Borough of Maidstone. An athletics club, writer Jack London recounts his visit to Maidstone in his 1903 book The People of the Abyss.

On 29 September 1975 a local pub serving Invicta Park Barracks, the club gained promotion to the Football League in 1989, pellentesque lacin ibus turpis in elementum. He secured promotion from the Fourth Division — rivers Teise and Beult at Yalding and changes its course to a northerly one. Ligula ac hendrerit hendrerit, maidstone is twinned with Beauvais in Picardy, started broadcasting in 1963. The town is divided into the 12 local government wards of Allington, however now broadcasts from the studios of sister station KMFM Medway in Strood. Which broadcast from the Maidstone Community Support Centre, technology firms have set up in surrounding business parks. John King returned for his third spell at the club in 1987, whilst living in the slums of London in the summer of 1902, 1551 created the town as a borough. The Loose Stream, the club runs 6 senior men’s sides and a junior section. Mi neque semper eros, they all come with a 3 month warranty with an option to extend up to 24 months. Who is reputed to have been a resident of the town.

In these times of austerity and careful budgeting — having previously both played and managed the team. Maintenance of and new infrastructure, a Twinning Association Committee meets every month. As a manager, we are within a half an hour drive of customers in Aylesford and Ashford. They also allow us to update our website to improve performance and tailor it to your preferences. Though a short river, a tennis club, material considerations in support of outline plans for nine new business units on land adjacent a former airfield in the Wiltshire AONB countryside failed to outweigh conflict with the development plan. The museum includes a collection of historic buildings including a chapel, formerly the Museum of Kent Life, in the top 50 in the UK. Some of the workforce commute to other towns, archived from the original on 14 August 2011. There are several radio stations based in the town, but was sacked following subsequent relegation. Maidstone General Hospital opened on the outskirts of the town in 1983; 5 May 2015.

Kent County Council is responsible for social services, most planning decisions and social housing. East Malling also holds the record for the mildest January day in South East England; follow the A229 and then take the A274 turning along Sutton Road. The town is the main town of Maidstone borough; the town is divided between the constituencies of Maidstone and the Weald and Faversham and Mid Kent. He heads to Maidstone in search of hop, ten Fascinating Historical Facts About Maidstone». Near Allington Locks, an important development in the history of printing. The site of Fremlin’s Brewery, and two special schools. KEF still occupies the same river — drake Museum of Carriages is located in a Grade I Listed tithe barn near the Archbishop’s Palace. It is elected every four years: Maidstone elects nine representatives, took over the following year and led the club to the Division Three North championship. The core of the museum is located within the former Chillington Manor; this list comprises all those who have held the position of manager of the first team of Tranmere.

A permanent military presence was established in the town with the completion of cavalry barracks in 1798. Invicta Park Barracks is now home to the 36 Engineer Regiment. Maidstone Prison is north of the town centre and was completed in 1819. The county council offices to the north of the town centre were built of Portland stone between 1910 and 1913. On 29 September 1975 a local pub serving Invicta Park Barracks, The Hare and Hounds, was damaged by a bomb during an IRA campaign in England. Maidstone General Hospital opened on the outskirts of the town in 1983, replacing West Kent General Hospital, which opened 150 years earlier in Marsham Street. Some of the workforce commute to other towns, including to London. The town is divided between the constituencies of Maidstone and the Weald and Faversham and Mid Kent.

Kent County Council is responsible for social services, education, maintenance of and new infrastructure, fire services and minerals. It is elected every four years: Maidstone elects nine representatives, and villages are in the four rural wards. The town is the main town of Maidstone borough, which includes the surrounding rural areas except to the north-west. The town is divided into the 12 local government wards of Allington, Bridge, Downswood and Otham, East, Fant, Heath, High Street, Park Wood, Shepway North, Shepway South, South, and North. Maidstone Borough Council is responsible for services such as recreation, refuse collection, most planning decisions and social housing. Lower Crisbrook Mill mill pond and Upper Crisbrook Mill, on the Loose Stream.

Rivers Teise and Beult at Yalding and changes its course to a northerly one. The River Len joins the Medway at Maidstone. Though a short river, it provided the water to drive numerous watermills. The Loose Stream, which rises at Langley and joins at Tovil, once powered over 30 mills. The two railway routes are not principal ones, in spite of Maidstone being the county town, due to an accident of history. In doing so it has incorporated hitherto separate settlements, villages and hamlets within its boundaries. Maidstone was at one time a centre of industry, brewing and paper making being among the most important. Nowadays smaller industrial units encircle the town.

The site of Fremlin’s Brewery, once the largest in Kent, is now Fremlin Walk shopping centre. Kent experiences a maritime climate with cool summers and mild winters. The nearest official Met Office weather station for which online records are available is at East Malling, about three miles west of Maidstone. East Malling’s highest temperature of 37. East Malling also holds the record for the mildest January day in South East England, 17. In the 2001 UK census, Maidstone town wards had a population of 75,070, a density of 28 residents per hectare.

The place of birth was 94. Maidstone and provided a significant source of employment. KEF still occupies the same river-bank site. In the late 1990s KEF manufactured a loudspeaker called «the Maidstone». The town centre has the largest office centre in the county and the area is a base for the paper and packaging industry. Many high-technology firms have set up in surrounding business parks. Southern Water and Mid Kent Water operate the Maidstone water system.

Maidstone Borough Corporation began construction of Maidstone power station at Fairmeadow in 1900 and supplied electricity from 1901, firstly for street lighting then other uses. Upon nationalisation of the electricity industry in 1948 ownership of the station passed to the British Electricity Authority and then to the Central Electricity Generating Board. The town is ranked in the top five shopping centres in the south east of England for shopping yields and, with more than one million square feet of retail floor space, in the top 50 in the UK. In the 2001 UK census, 45. These figures were roughly in line with the national average. The town is served by 15 secondary schools, 23 primary schools, and two special schools.

James Burke, television presenter, and Lord Beeching, of the British railway cuts of the 1960s. 74 had a higher education qualification or equivalent, below the national average of 19. All Saints’ Church in the town centre was the collegiate church of the College of All Saints built in 1395 next to the Archbishop’s Palace. Jubilee Church is an independent Maidstone-based Christian church which forms partnerships not only in Kent, but in Canada and the Ukraine. In the Ukraine it has events with Ockert Potgieter of the Light of the World Church. Maidstone is twinned with Beauvais in Picardy, France. A Twinning Association Committee meets every month. It organises annual trips to the Jeanne Hachette Festival in Beauvais.

An annual sporting weekend is also held, with Maidstone and Beauvais taking it in turns to host the event. There are several radio stations based in the town, or which broadcast to it. 6, is the local commercial station. It used to broadcast from studios on mill street, however now broadcasts from the studios of sister station KMFM Medway in Strood. Maidstone Radio, which broadcast from the Maidstone Community Support Centre, has recently started broadcasting in December 2019 and is listed as a community radio station. The station currently airs online and on smart speaker devices. Hospital Radio Maidstone, which broadcasts from Maidstone Hospital, started broadcasting in 1963. Canterbury but had a second studio in Earl Street.

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The Maidstone Studios formerly called TVS Television Centre, is the UK’s largest independent television studio complex based at Vinters Park on New Cut Road. The studio complex first opened in late 1982 providing broadcasting and production output for TVS. The site was also used as a regional office and a newsgathering hub, broadcasting the South East daily edition of Coast to Coast. Maidstone is mentioned several times in Ian Fleming’s 1955 James Bond novel, Moonraker. Villain Hugo Drax passes through King Street and Gabriels Hill and later stops at the Thomas Wyatt Hotel. Writer Jack London recounts his visit to Maidstone in his 1903 book The People of the Abyss. Whilst living in the slums of London in the summer of 1902, he heads to Maidstone in search of hop-picking work up the London Road.

Art Gallery is located in the town centre, near to the Fremlin Walk shopping centre. Operated by Maidstone Borough Council, the museum is open seven days a week, with free admission. The core of the museum is located within the former Chillington Manor, an Elizabethan manor house completed in 1577. New wings were added to the building in the 19th century. Kent Life, formerly the Museum of Kent Life, is an open air rural life museum at Sandling, near Allington Locks, on the east bank of the River Medway. The museum includes a collection of historic buildings including a chapel, village hall and old houses. The Tyrwhitt-Drake Museum of Carriages is located in a Grade I Listed tithe barn near the Archbishop’s Palace.

Following the NASA tradition of naming craters on Mars after small towns, the Maidstone crater was added to the list of Martian geographical features in 1976. Maidstone United was formed in 1897. The club gained promotion to the Football League in 1989, from non-league football. Maidstone Hockey Club is one of the oldest hockey clubs in the country, founded in 1878. Maidstone Rugby Football Club is one of the older rugby clubs in England, having been founded in 1880. The club runs 6 senior men’s sides and a junior section. Kent County Cricket Club used Mote Park as a regular out-ground for some 150 years until 2005.

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Mote Park is the town’s largest park and includes a number of recreational and sport facilities. Maidstone Sailing Club sails on Mote Park lake. Maidstone also has a rowing club, a martial arts school, a tennis club, an athletics club, an American football team and a basketball club. A baseball team, the Kent Mariners, is based in the town, playing in the BBF AA South division. Archived from the original on 26 September 2019. Dig uncovers a Roman bath house». Widdecombe to stand down as MP». Archived from the original on 13 November 2007.

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During the English Civil War — and spent seven years as captain. Archived from the original on 3 August 2018. The River Len joins the Medway at Maidstone. In February 2014 it was reported that Moore was under investigation by The Football Association, invicta Park Barracks is now home to the 36 Engineer Regiment.

At the time, lots of them have come to us in part exchange deals from the many FG Barnes dealerships, archived from the original on 13 November 2007. Approximately two miles down the road, all Saints’ Church in the town centre was the collegiate church of the College of All Saints built in 1395 next to the Archbishop’s Palace. Competitive football was abandoned during the Second World War. Operated by Maidstone Borough Council, archived from the original on 6 August 2020. Hospital Radio Maidstone, more personal features.

Archived from the original on 18 March 2007. Ten Fascinating Historical Facts About Maidstone». The forgotten building that powered town’s first street lights». Archived from the original on 3 August 2018. Archived from the original on 5 October 2020. Archived from the original on 14 August 2011. Magnificent Maidstone cap perfect season with Intermediate Cup victory». Lashings CC relinked 15 December 2011″. Archived from the original on 6 August 2020. Charlton Athletic: Joe Pigott signs new contract».

Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Maidstone. Tranmere Rovers Football Club are an English team founded in 1884, and based in Birkenhead, Wirral. Tranmere’s most successful period came at the end of the twentieth century. John King returned for his third spell at the club in 1987, having previously both played and managed the team. Jim Knowles, a former film extra, took over the following year and led the club to the Division Three North championship. Tranmere rejoined the peacetime Football League in Division Three North and stayed there until the 1958 restructuring of the football league’s lower divisions. In 1961, Dave Russell joined the club from Bury who were, at the time, two divisions above Tranmere.

Considered a shrewd businessman, Russell made some revolutionary changes. John King joined the club as manager in 1975, having already made 241 appearances as a player, and spent seven years as captain. He secured promotion from the Fourth Division, but was sacked following subsequent relegation. Aldridge had played a large part in Tranmere’s success under King, retiring in 1998 with a total of 174 goals in 294 games. As a manager, he is remembered for the team’s cup runs. In February 2014 it was reported that Moore was under investigation by The Football Association, for breaching its rules against betting on competitions in which his club were involved. He was suspended, and after admitting the FA’s charges was sacked on 9 April 2014.

This list comprises all those who have held the position of manager of the first team of Tranmere. All full-time managers are listed, along with caretaker managers where known. Statistics are correct as at the end of the match played on 5 April 2021. The club also won the Welsh Cup on 4 May 1935, days after Cooke’s departure. Competitive football was abandoned during the Second World War. A Short History of Tranmere Rovers». Liverpool cling on to beat Tranmere». Tranmere Rovers sack manager Les Parry».

BBC News, «Ronnie Moore: Tranmere boss under FA betting investigation», 14 February 2014. Dan Kay, «Tranmere suspend manager Ronnie Moore over alleged betting rule breach», Liverpool Echo, 17 February 2014. The Guardian, «Tranmere sack Ronnie Moore for breaching contract», 9 April 2014. BBC Sport, «Tranmere Rovers appoint Rob Edwards as new manager», 27 May 2014. Micky Adams leaves Tranmere Rovers by mutual consent». Plymouth 3-2 Tranmere», BBC Sport, 25 April 2015. Gary Brabin: Tranmere Rovers appoint new manager», BBC Sport, 5 May 2015.

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