No charabancs down here, thanks
An historic road sign dating from the 1930s has been fully restored and re-instated in its original location.
The sign was discovered by a dog-walker two years ago in bushes and he took it to Loose Parish Council, who supervised the restoration.
Maidstone council paid for the work, Kent County Council installed it, and Rob Edwards, of Avery Engineering, did the project work.
The cast-iron sign now sits proudly at the junction of Busbridge Road and Stockett Lane.
A charabanc was a kind of open-top small coach very popular in the 1920s and 30s and often used for works outings, usually involving a stop at a pub.