The picturesque village of Woodchurch is surrounded by woodland and is situated (4 miles) from the Georgian town of Tenterden and (6 miles) from the Market town of Ashford, which makes it an ideal base for commuting to London. The 13th Century church of All Saints, is a Grade 1 listed building and comes under the Diocese of Canterbury. The village has two public houses The Bonny Cravat and Six Bells, both side by side with a footpath in between giving access to the Ancient “Smock Windmill” which is in an elevated position and on view as one approaches from the direction Shadoxhurst or Bethersden. https://www.woodchurchwindmill.co.uk/
Other areas of interest within this village is the Woodchurch village life Museum which is housed in a 18th Century oak framed barn and a 17th Century cart shed https:// www.woodchurchmuseum.com
There is a thriving community here in this village with a tennis club, film, football, Scouts and Guides Association , WI, to mention a few and many more clubs/organisations to belong to . The houses are largely painted weatherboard and brick arranged neatly around a large village green where one can sit under a spreading tree and watch cricket from the side line on a summers day.https://www.woodchurchinfo.com.
The village is served by buses through the village from Ashford to Tenterden https://woodchurchinfo.com/village-and-services/bus-timetable/ The route between Tenterden to Tunbridge Wells is run by the https://www.renowngroup.co.uk/ The historic cinque port town of Rye is (10 miles) with the Marsh Link to Hasting. Just outside the village on the B2067 is the South of England Rare Breed Centre which is a 100 acres farm. https://www.rarebreeds.org.uk/
Woodchurch has the benefit of a local butcher, post office, general stores, two garages, Doctors surgery with dispensary, Information centre, village hall and community hall. The Village school is highly regarded https://www.woodchurch.kent.sch.uk Senior education can be found in Tenterden at https://www.homewood-school.co.uk/