Guston

Guston is a village near Dover in Kent, England. The village lies about a quarter of a mile North of the campus of the Duke of York's Royal Military School, near Martin Mill. The village, in the 1950s, was the site of one public house, one post office, one Saxon church and about one-hundred homes. There is a windmill, which has been converted into a house.

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