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Addington, once a village on the North Downs with a cricket club founded in 1743, is now part of Greater london within the Borough of Croydon.
Addington Palace was a hunting lodge of Henry VIII. Rebuilt in 1770, and a home of the Archbishops of Canterbury in the 19th century, is now a wedding venue.
The village atmosphere remains in the 21st century in spite of being in the Metropolis. The blacksmith's forge founded in 1720 is still being worked by the family.
Parts of St Mary the Blessed Virgin Church date from 1140.
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