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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
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Cynthia Longfield • Judi Longfield • Longfield (Bristol, Rhode Island) • Longfield Halt railway station • Longfield and New Barn • Longfield railway station • Robert Longfield • Samuel Mountiford Longfield
Longfield shown within Kent
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Longfield is a village in the Dartford borough of Kent. It is located four miles south east of Dartford and near Gravesend. It contains several shops, a pub, and a 14th century church. It is recorded in the Domesday Book and the Anglo-Saxon charters of 964-995.
The place in Kent is recorded as 'Langanfelda' in the Saxon Charters of 964-995, and as 'Langafel' in the Domesday Book of 1086.
Longfield is located four miles south east of Dartford and near Gravesend. It is contiguous with the village of Hartley to the south.
The villages of New Barn and Longfield are within and give their names to the civil parish of Longfield and New Barn which also covers the settlement of Longfield Hill. Longfield is the ancient village, situated on the road between Dartford and Meopham. New Barn is larger in population than Longfield, although has little in the way of services, being a recent development and purely a residential location.
The village has a shopping area consisting of a local baker and butcher, two local supermarkets, a post office, chemist, estate agents, hair-dressers, an antiques shop, various restaurants and take-aways, an undertakers and a country market on Fridays.
There is one pub in Longfield, the Railway Tavern,. Another, The Wheatsheaf, a 15th century thatched pub, outside the village on the B255 road to Bluewater. unfortunately closed down in 2011. The Long Valley Club and the Hartley Country Club are club-based venues restricted to paid membership. Other pubs in the area include the Green Man on Longfield Hill, the White Swan near Ash and the Rising Sun in Fawkham.
The church is dedicated to St Mary Magdalene, and was built in 1343.
The railway was built in 1861, but Longfield station did not open until 1872. This building was replaced in 1902 after a fire, and rebuilt in 1971. The line was electrified just before the war, but it was many years before the company could be persuaded to set up safety fencing. Many people used to walk to Longfield Halt in Whitehill Road to catch the train to Gravesend West Street.
Longfield suffers from heavy traffic and queues daily.
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