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Kent

(kent),
Albert F.S., English physiologist, 1863-1958. See: Kent bundle, Kent-His bundle.
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Garden of England is fast becoming well established in the UK having gained listings with key retailers and leading food distributors.
Sheep grazed in nearby fields and roses abounded - we were deep in the heart of the garden of England on a beautiful summer's day.
The simplest of meals can now be spiced up with the savoury delights of a Garden of England chutney, turning the mundane into something mouthwatering and the dull into something delicious.
And while the peloton may well fragment during the blast through the Garden of England, by the time push comes to shove, they should be bunched up and ready to produce an explosive sprint finish down a long, downhill final straight.
Celebrating our fruity heritage takes Sarah from the glorious cherry blossom of Kent to Worcestershire - which both argue their case for being the real garden of England - and up to Tayside where the raspberries come from.
SEE and enjoy the charming Garden of England on this attractive and great-value summertime break.
PLANTING VINES: The Garden of England could become the Vineyard of England; DAYS NUMBERED?
FLOWER power made the Garden of England wilt in the Lord's heat - and planted the Friends Provident Trophy into happy Essex hands.
The Garden of England was his happy hunting ground.
On the evidence of the season so far, though, there has been precious little emanating from the Garden of England that would justify much faith in their cricketers, and a buy of Essex supremacy at five is recommended.
His funeral takes place at Sacred Hearts Chruch, in London Road Sittingbourne at 10am on Thursday, March 8, with a cremation to follow at the Garden Of England Cemetary at Bobbing.