Faversham (disambiguation)

Faversham (disambiguation)

Faversham is a town in Kent, England, in the district of Swale, roughly halfway between Sittingbourne and Canterbury.

Faversham may also refer to:

* Faversham (UK Parliament constituency), a parliamentary constituency in Kent
* Faversham railway station, a railway station on the Chatham Main Line
* HMS "Faversham" (1918), a "Hunt" class minesweeper
* William Faversham (1868-1940), English film actor

ee also

* Faversham Abbey
* Faversham Parish Church
* Feversham
* Faversham explosives industry
* "The Penny Dreafuls Present...The Brothers Faversham

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