Flat, low-lying area with parts below sea-level, best known for smuggling and sheep. Although the whole area is generally known simply as Romney Marsh, it actually comprises Romney Marsh in the east, Walland Marsh in the centre and Guldeford Marsh in the west, with Denge Marsh to the south.
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The Romney Marsh Research Trust
Registered charity devoted to the research of the Romney Marsh region and covers archaeology, history and geomorphology.
The so called fifth continent is known for its natural beauty, the diversity of its habitats, rich history, extensive coastline and its sheep. Includes overview, history, visitors, villages, community and business.
Romney Marshes Area Internal Drainage Board
Local authority concerned with drainage, land maintenance and conservation issues in the Romney Marsh area.
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