Borough Green and Wrotham Station

Station Information

Station information is available here

Borough Green and Wrotham Station
Station Approach (Off Wrotham road)
TN15 8BG

Live rail departure information can be found here

About Borough Green and Wrotham

Borough Green and the Village of Wrotham are located between Maidstone and Sevenoaks. The word Borough Green is thought to originate from the Old English word grene, meaning green place. This was added to an earlier plane name of either burh or borg, which meant stronghold.

The train  station was known as Wrotham and Borough Green until the early 1960s when the Parish Council lobbied for it to be renamed to become Borough Green and Wrotham. The disagreement was all about the boundary in which the train station was located during the 1880s.

Walks Around Borough Green and Wrotham

Borough Green to Sevenoaks Walks
The Saturday Walking Club recommend a 9 mile walk from Borough Green to Sevenoaks which takes you through beautiful countryside passing Ightham Mote and Knole House.

Sevenoaks to Borough Green and Wrotham Station
This 11 mile walk, identified by out of the loop,  will also take you through Knole, Ightam Mote and Plaxtol before arriving at Borough Green and Wrotham Station.

Cycle Rides Around Borough Green and Wrotham

Although we don't have any official routes we can recommend, you can always take a look at the Komoot website where members of the community share routes they have taken around the local area.

For more information about things to do around Borough Green and Wrotham, why not take a look at the Explore Kent website.