Meopham in Context
Meopham Windmill
Meopham Windmill
Meopham is a large linear village straddling the A227 in Kent with a population of around 9,000. It is part of the borough of Gravesham and lies between Gravesend to the North and Tonbridge to the South. It has excellent road and rail links to both London and the coastal towns of Dover and Margate.

The four villages that comprise the Parish of Meopham (Nurstead, Meopham, Culverstone and Harvel) possess a wealth of historic buildings, including a windmill and two parish churches, as well as numerous halls and green spaces where social and sporting activities take place.

Meopham is particularly notable for cricket that has been played on Meopham Green since 1778. The green is in the middle of the parish and is overlooked not only by the windmill but also by two of the village's well-known dining venues, The Cricketers Inn and The Kings Arms.

The village is surrounded by open countryside with a wealth of footpaths and bridleways to explore.