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Sunday 29th March, 2020

The Hop Farm, Maidstone Road, Paddock Wood


Paddock Wood Kent Boat Jumble

Open 10.00am to 3.00pm. The Hop Farm is delighted to be hosting this giant boat jumble for mariners and collectors alike.

The location for this giant of a boat jumble is the Hop Farm in Paddock Wood, in the historical South Eastern county of Kent. Conveniently located south of the River Medway less than a mile off the A228 which joins Royal Tunbridge Wells and the M20. The boat jumble, organised by the Chaddock and Fox, is one of many things to do in this beautiful part of South East England.

Organiser : Chaddock and Fox

Telephone : 01329 661 896

Telephone : 07771 962 495

Other Boat Stuff

Boat Jumble related businesses and services in the Paddock Wood area include:

  1. Pavemar Marine Productions provides video production in categories such as Plymouth diving, sailing, red sea diving, and more.
  2. PSI Marine Limited in Maidstone for electronics and security of all boating systems on privately owned and commercial boats.
  3. Kent Marine Towage Ltd on the river Medway and River Thames provides inshore & coastal towing as well as maintenance, mooring, and equipment services.
  4. GB Marine Ltd based in Maidstone offers reviews and consultancy as well as ship inspection, and services.

Directions To The Event

For those heading to The Hop Farm from London follow the A20/M20 southward until you reach the exit onto the A228. Continue following the A228 until it turns into the A26, shortly afterward take a left turn onto Seven Mile Lane follow this Lane for approximately 4 miles before exiting the first roundabout to the north then take your second right, and The Hop Farm will be on your right-hand side.

Use the postcode TN12 6PY for car navigation systems.

Other Activities Around The Hop Farm

Interested in hovercrafts? The Hovercraft Adventures can let you fulfill that need to get off the water and into the air! Maybe adrenaline isn't your thing, and you need something to suit your analytical mind, the TimeQuest: Live Escape Room, offers hour-long group puzzles to test your teamwork, and intelligence. After all is done, stop by Mama Moo’s Ice Cream House for a sweet ice-cream Sundae.

Activities in and around The Hop Farm

Accommodation In The Paddock Wood Area

The Premier Inn Maidstone located off the A26 is just 10 minutes north of The Hop Farm, if your travelling from the event, exit the A228 northward onto Maidstone Road and follow until hitting the A26, make a right and the hotel will be on your right-hand side momentarily. If your willing to travel a bit more northward from the event, there are several locations including the Travelodge in Maidstone Central and the Rock House Bed and Breakfast both about a 20-minute drive from the jumble. For those making a caravan trip, the Still Acres Touring & Camping Site is located approximately 15 minutes down the B2162.

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Bob Segas Sailing Clubsays...

I am trying to book a space for the hop farm for the end of this month, your new booking arrangement is confusing as it bares no relation to the event.


Hi Bob. We are just listing the event here -- can I suggest calling Chaddox and Fox on one of the numbers above? They may be able to take the booking via phone or guide you to the right link. Regards CB.

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