Shoreham is a village and civil parish in the valley of the River Darent six miles north of Sevenoaks in Kent. The Darent valley has a rich and fascinating history having been a through route and home for invaders and settlers since prehistoric times.
Shoreham Village Website
Shoreham Parish Council
Transition Town Sevenoaks
Shoreham Village Players
The Village Store- High Street
Honey Pot Tea Room – High Street
Shoreham Gazette- a free Monthly magazine covering Village Church and Society news distributed door to door.
Pubs within the village:
The Crown – High Street Shoreham 01959 522903
The George – Church Street Shoreham 01959 522017
The Kings Arms – Church Street Shoreham 01959 523100
The Two Brewers – High Street Shoreham 01959 522800
A long standing traditional Village Fete with lots of stalls and entertainment. Usually held in May with proceeds going to support the Village School and other organisations.
Shoreham Duck Race
Each year on May Bank Holiday Monday, starting at the Bridge on Church Lane down the Darent River. Prizes for entrants judged to have the ‘Best Dressed’ duck and for the most innovative and amusing entrants. Entrance £1 per duck, profits to local organisations.
The Shoreham Festival of Music is held annually on the last weekend in June with three concerts including chamber ensemble and choral and orchestral music, followed by live jazz at The Old Vicarage.