Romney Marsh

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Romney Marsh

(ˈrɒmnɪ; ˈrʌm-)
n
1. (Placename) a marshy area of SE England, on the Kent coast between New Romney and Rye: includes Dungeness
2. (Breeds) a type of hardy British sheep from this area, with long wool, bred for mutton
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8 ROMNEY MARSHES, KENT From PS45pp per night Prior to proper drainage in the form of the 200-year-old Royal Military Canal, the Romney marsh was a dismal place of malaria and marsh ague, populated by lonely shepherds.
A World War Two based retake on the Pied Piper of Hamlyn tale, this teenage thriller is set in the Romney Marshes, and tells the tale of two young evacuees who find themselves transported from urban Dagenham to a typically Gothic farmhouse with plenty of creaking floorboards, unexplained night-time rattles and surly inhabitants.
Paul's farm on the Romney Marshes in Kent is low-risk for bovine TB but country-wide infection rates have risen steadily since the 80s, costing the economy more than PS500million.
In addition, Greencoat UK Wind is buying a minority interest in the Little Cheyne Court onshore wind farm, which is located on the Romney Marshes in Southern Kent.