Strood is a town in the unitary authority of Medway in Kent, South East England. It lies on the northwest bank of the River Medway at its lowest bridging point, and is portion of the Rochester publicize town.
Strood began as a manor subsequently chapelry of Frindsbury until purchase its own parish status in 1193. Today Frindsbury is effectively, in whatever but a few contact such as in the Church of England, the northern share of Strood. Strood’s archives has been dominated by the river and facing port-associated towns, particularly its road and rail bridges past the Roman mature to Rochester and the two extra Medway Towns rudely adjoining and greater than from the north-east quarter of Kent to London and the blazing of Britain. It has a unclean retail and leisure Place at its heart. Most of its sources of employment are the new Medway towns, their associated commercial, industrial and logistics parks and London, as an outer commuter town.
Among its broadest named neighbourhoods are the “Earl estate” and Marlowe Park, one named after a home builder, the new after the grounds of a former mansion house.