Woodchurch in Kent, England, United Kingdom
This piece of oak is part of the Ranterís Oak
The reason it is so called is because John Wesley,
founder of the Methodist movement, preached
and “ranted” from its branches.
Queen Elizabeth I is said to have rested under the
oak on her way to inspect the Royal Fleet in Rye.
1894 † 1994
This Plaque was Erected
To Commemorate the
Centenary of Parish Councils
Location. 51° 4.821′ N, 0° 46.397′ E. Marker is in Woodchurch, England, in Kent. Marker is at the intersection of Front Road and an unnamed road, on the right when traveling north on Front Road. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Woodchurch, England TN26 3QE, United Kingdom.
Other nearby markers. At least 6 other markers are within 23 kilometers of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Lt. W.H. Johnson (approx. 6.6 kilometers away); Leeds Castle (approx. 21.2 kilometers away); Main Castle Island (approx. 21.2 kilometers away); Leeds Castle Alterations (approx. 21.2 kilometers away); a different marker also named Leeds Castle (approx. 21.2 kilometers away); Aragon the Dragon (approx. 21.8 kilometers away).
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