Kent

  1. Dartford
  2. Gravesham
  3. Medway
  4. Sevenoaks
  5. Tonbridge and Malling
  6. Maidstone
  7. Swale
  8. City of Canterbury
  9. Thanet
  10. Tunbridge Wells
  11. Ashford
  12. Folkestone and Hythe
  13. Dover
  • Comprising: the historic and present ceremonial county of Kent
  • Area: 1,442 sq miles
  • Capital: Maidstone
  • Population: 1.8 million
  • Demonym: Kentish
  • Airport: Lydd
  • Ports include: Medway, Whitstable, Ramsgate, Dover, Folkestone
  • Background: The Kingdom of Kent existed for more than 400 years from 455 AD until 871 AD, although it was a vassal of Mercia from 764–769, 785–796, 798–825 and a vassal of Wessex from 825–871.