Chatham Town F.C.

Distance: 0.11 km

Chatham Town Football Club are an English Association Football club based in Chatham, Kent. They currently play in the and are nicknamed "The Chats". Former Premier League club Portsmouth and West Ham United played their first ever league matches against Chatham. (...) More

Holcombe Manor

Distance: 0.21 km

Holcombe Manor was built in 1887 as a house by the first mayor of Chatham, George Winch (September 20, 1842 – February 22, 1914), for him and his wife Mary Clarke Bluette to live in. Mary was brought up in the village of Holcombe Rogus, Devon (...) More

Holcombe Grammar School

Distance: 0.32 km

Holcombe Grammar School (formerly Chatham Grammar School for Boys) is a grammar school with academy status in Chatham, Kent, England. It is a selective school. From the 2017-18 academic year, the school planned to become co-educational and remain selective in the lower school (...) More

Fort Luton

Distance: 0.68 km

Fort Luton was built between 1876 and 1892 south of Chatham, Medway, South East England. It is one of the five late Victorian land front forts built to defend the overland approaches to Chatham. It is the smallest of the Chatham forts and was built near to the village of Luton (...) More

The Victory Academy

Distance: 0.71 km

The Victory Academy (formerly Bishop of Rochester Academy and Medway Community College) is a mixed secondary school and sixth form located in Chatham in the English county of Kent. (...) More