Copyright Â© Richard Harpum; All Rights Reserved, Tower of London Poppies - Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red, Winter Morning, Big Ben, Elizabeth Tower, London, Time to go Home (Porthgwarra Beach, Cornwall), Winter Morning, Fountain's Abbey, Yorkshire, Spring Morning, Bride's Cottage, Tickhill, Yorkshire, Summer Morning, St. Mary's Church, Tickhill, Escaping the Storm - North Parade Bridge, Bath, Hitting the Pain Barrier - Henley Regatta, Hidden Garden - Villa di Camigliano, Tuscany, Piazza della Cisterna, San Gimignano, Tuscany, La LamparerÃa en la Noche, AlbacÃn, Granada, Shem Creek Shrimpers, Charleston, South Carolina, Morning Glory â The Grand Canyon from South Kaibab Trail, The Cormorant Fisherman, Li River, Guilin, China, Uluru Sunset - Ayers Rock, Central Australia, Dr Charles Harpum Receiving Doctorate of Law, Size of original: 16" x 20" (41cm x 51cm). The parish was part of Axstane Hundred and later Dartford Rural District. The Team was started in 2008 by a group of like-minded dads living in the village and with kids attending the local Primary School. Well before the founding of the Kingdom of England, Lullingstone Roman villa was founded in this part of the parish, which is open to the public today. A delightful view of the ford and bridge opens up from the turning off the main street opposite the church, on the road to Lullingstone and Crockenhill. In 1802, it is recorded in the history of the church that when Mr Rogers came to be pastor "great difficulty was experienced in obtaining lodgings for the young Minister, that at one time the prejudice against a Baptist Minister was so strong that the people with whom he lodged had notice to quit their house unless he left, and it was with the greatest difficulty he secured a house when he married.". 20 Miles from Piccadilly Circus featuring Alex Kennedy (Smithy) consisted of six half-hour episodes about various aspects of life in the village. The derivation is unclear, but one possibility is that it represents "Ægen's river-meadow", from the Old English hamm "river-meadow, enclosure". Other famous Eynsford inhabitants included the composers Peter Warlock and E J Moeran, whose roistering antics scandalised the village in the 1920s. The building also provides accommodation for a variety of community activities. * Prices in US Dollars and Euros are those used by the artist but may vary depending upon the prevailing exchange rates and the method of payment. The excommunication was cancelled by King Henry II and the issue became part of the quarrel that led to Becket's murder in 1170. Enter your postcode to see news and information near you. They won Division 5 of the Kent County Village League in 2012. We always have a wonderful time and eat very well! These connect it with areas including Dartford, Sevenoaks, Swanley and West Kingsdown. It is now in the care of English Heritage and open to the public, (51°21′28.87″N 0°11′45.21″E / 51.3580194°N 0.1958917°E / 51.3580194; 0.1958917 (Lullingstone Castle)). In the centre of the village, which is six miles (9.7 km) south of Dartford, is a ford over the river, with a picturesque hump-back bridge alongside. Ford House and Eynsford Post Office is a Grade II listed building in Dartford, Kent, England. * Distances shown are in a direct line. It was near Eynsford village (at Austin Lodge) that Percy Pilcher constructed and successfully flew lightweight gliders. They have two men's teams and a colts' set-up.