Wormshill in Kent lies near the top of the North Downs, within the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and predates its appearance in the Domesday survey of 1086.
With a population of just 200, it is small village but is lucky to have a village hall (with a range of activities), a norman church and a village pub, The Blacksmiths Arms. Situated between Sittingbourne on the north and Hollingbourne and Harrietsham to the south, visitors can enjoy stunning walks through the best of Kent countryside either for the day or for longer breaks with a number of holiday lets in the area.
The nearest shops and facilities are in Bredgar.
Whilst Wormshill does not have a parish council, it does have an Annual Parish Meeting to which local borough and county councillors are invited, as well as other bodies such as the police.
Wormshill has a comprehensive entry on Wikipedia, here.