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Interesting Sign Found In Kent

An interesting and unusual sign has been found in Kent by a local walker. The sign was photographed after being locked in East Kent.

The road sign has the locations of “Ham” and “Sandwich”, shown which obviously makes for a very tasty combination. The signpost is so famous that it has it’s own Wikipedia page about it.

Ham and Sandwich shown on the map

It is very odd that two places reside less than 3 miles away from each other.

Ham is a hamlet near the town of Sandwich in Kent, England, within the parish of Northbourne. The population is included in the civil parish of Eastry.

Sandwich on the other hand, is a historic town and civil parish in the Dover District of Kent, south-east England. It lies on the River Stour and has a population of 4,985.

But if you are a vegetarian and so not a fan of Ham, perhaps you would enjoy a day trip to Egham instead, although you would need to leave beautiful Kent and travel to Surrey for that.

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