Penelope Keith's Hidden Villages

East Sussex And Kent

Season 2, Episode 4 of 4

In this episode, Penelope is in East Sussex and Kent - a rural, unspoiled swath of the busy southeast that never ceases to surprise and impress. She finds a remarkable hidden village that hasn't changed in almost a century, discovers the origins of the English Country Garden and sees a war memorial which was helped to be established by Rudyard Kipling. Steam power whisks Penelope to the prettiest villages in Kent where she uncovers why so many of them take pride in their beautiful signs. She also visits a village that stopped a naval embarrassment turning into a national disaster and ultimately uncovers the unexpected origins of that seaside village institution - the bungalow.

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