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Situated in the heart of Kent, Ashford is one of the fastest growing towns in England. It now boasts journey times to and from London by rail, of less than 40 minutes

It also has fast access to and from Europe's major cities via Eurostar, Ashford but still manages to retain its rural appeal, making it perfect for any conference.

Ashford is the perfect location for your next Conference, AGM or Product Launch no matter if you are a small to medium business or a multi national corporation.

With it's easy access location, rail and road links for both Europe and mainland UK, you will be hard pushed to find somewhere better. Ashford also boasts ample quality hotels and other amenities in a high tech, modern but pleasant and totally stress free environment.

Why not visit Ashford yourself and see for yourself why so many businesses, are already here to stay.

Ashford Climate / Weather

The level of rainfall in and around Ashford is largely influenced by the High Weald and the North Downs.
From June to September, the rainfall is very showery, falling over shorter periods. It is normally more intense than in November to February, as during this period it combines with low pressure area frontal systems and occurs over longer periods.
Over the course of an average year there is an average of 116 days which will record a total of over 1 mm of rain.
The weather station serving Ashford is located in Wye, which is about 3½ miles to the north east.
The nearest official Met Office station is located at Faversham and is a little over 14 miles north east.
The record maximum temperature reported was 38.5 °C or 101.3 °F occurring in 2003.
The average maximum temperature from May to September is 31.5 °C or 88.7 °F.
The average summer temperature is 19.62 °C or 67.32 °F.
The record minimum temperature of −17.8 °C or −0.0 °F occurred in January 1985.
Ashford weather chart