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Ashford is a lovely town located in county of Kent. Specifically located at the River Great Stour about 61 miles southeast from London. It's inhabited by about 74 000 people. Name was created from Old English word aescet which means ford near a clump of ash trees. Main Landmark of the city was The St. Mary's Church which now plays a role of place for worshipping and entertainment also.
Since 19th Century Ashford became a communications hub. It helped to create new vacancies for the citizens and affected further development. When International Passenger station (Connects many railway lines) was opened, it became an European communications centre. Nowadays it's expanded with lines connecting London and the Channel Tunnel. Many changes were planned for further expansion. Like improving The County Square shopping centre, the renovation of Templar Barracks and the innovative Ashford Designer Outlet.
Ashford is a place especially important for humanitarism and medicine. John Furley the English Humanitarian who established The British Red Cross Society was born in Ashford. He even got a support of the Duke of Edinburgh. Also, The William Harvey Hospital was built in this city. He was a men responsible for discovering the blood circulatory system.
One of the main landmarks of the town is the Mk. IV tank located at St. George's Square. The tank was used during World War I. However, The Ashford Green Corridor park can be found alongside two main rivers. Most of the park territory has been announced by Ashford Borough Council as a nature reserve. The main library was transformed into house Ashford Gateway Plus which provides additional services. Ashford's main cinema is a twelve screen theatre located in Eureka Leisure Park .
Ashford features several secondary schools and a college. The college provides full or part time system of studying on diverse subjects. The campus is equipped with a multi-media learning resource centre, photography studios and egineering workshops. The campus accommodates over 1000 students thanks to 26 million pound investment.
The town has it's own local football team formed by youth from 4 to 21 age. The club was promoted to the Southern League Premier Division in 1986-1987.
Ashford has it’s own radio station which broadcasts local and networked programs. But it’s not the only station representing the town. Also, famous stations like Heart Kent, BBC Radio Kent and Gold has their units there. The Kent Messenger Ashford’s official newspaper was established in 19th century but got closed in 1970s. Nowadays, there are 3 local newspapers in Ashford: The Kentish Express, Yourashford and Ashford Herald.
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Main ingredients of the cotton face masks are high quality cotton and polyester which provides additional filter. The rubber tape allows to put the mask on your ears. The cotton face masks can be launder in 60 Celsius degrees and ironed in 120 Celsius degrees. It’s recommended to iron the product only from the side of the cotton layer to not damage the filter.
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