Grab Hire Kemsing
Kemsing is a village and civil parish in the Sevenoaks district of Kent, England. The parish lies on the scarp face of the North Downs, 20 miles south east of Central London and 4 miles (6 km) north east of Sevenoaks. Also in the parish there are the hamlets of Heaverham, 1 mile (2 km) to the east and Noah’s Ark 0.5 miles (1 km) to the south. The population of the civil parish in 2001 was 4,014 persons, increasing to a population of 4,218 at the 2011 Census.
Kemsing was the birthplace of Saint Edith of Wilton, a daughter of the Anglo-Saxon King Edgar I between 961 and 964. The well at the centre of the village is dedicated to her, a plaque on the wall recording the local legend that her saintly presence has given the water healing properties. Given the village connection with St. Edith it is perhaps surprising that the parish church, Saxon in origin, is however dedicated to St Mary the Virgin. Another local legend states that the knights who murdered Archbishop Thomas Becket rode through Kemsing on their way to seek him out at Canterbury. Following his canonisation Kemsing became a stop-off place on the Pilgrims’ Way, along which pilgrims travelled to visit the saint’s shrine at Canterbury Cathedral.
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Why choose Grab Hire Kemsing?
Digging out foundations or re-surfacing a driveway? Our grab loader vehicle hire service makes inert waste collection effortless.
Our grab lorry can offer a much easier service for builders/landscapers when they are carrying out big jobs.
Material can be stockpiled on site and the grab wagon can arrive at a time the customer would prefer to remove all muck away with minimal effort. All material that is removed from site is took to a relevant destination.
• Builders Waste
• Inert Spoil
• Green Waste
If we have a load of hardcore from any job, the material is recycled for future jobs.