Gravesham

Its council is in Gravesend, the largest town which was formerly had the alternative name of Gravesham, and the borough shares similar borders with the Gravesham constituency. It was formed by the merger of parishes listed below and the former urban district of Northfleet On 1 April 1974. It is the successor to the Gravesend Municipal Borough, Nor...
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Gravesham

borough (district), administrative and historic county of Kent, southeastern England. Its centre is the town of Gravesend, but it includes a section ...
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Gravesham

Gravesham (grāv'shem) , city and district (1991 est. pop. 90,000), Kent, SE England, on the Thames River. Industries include shipbuilding, metal casting, engineering, paper making, printing, and the production of tires, rubber products, and cement. Known as the “gateway to the Port o...
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