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As lovers across the county celebrate Valentine's Day today, Kent has been branded Britain's most romantic place... for road names.
We have the largest number of roads with names suggesting slushy connotations, according to sat-nav firm TomTom.
Research – based on romantic street names by the mile – found Kent came out on top (15.6 miles), with London second (14 miles) and Essex third (8.3 miles).
Here we have rounded up our top 10 romantic place names in Kent. They are in no particular order, so leave a comment below to say which is best – or suggest others that should have been included.
Just down the road from Lewd Lane in Smarden, this lane proves there are two sides to every romance. (There are also Love Lanes in towns including Rochester, Minster and Faversham).
For those who celebrate Valentine's Day with vigour, this Maidstone road is the perfect place to live.
Love and marriage don't always go together, but this wood in Crundale is suitably sited next to Marriage Farm.
If you wear your heart on your sleeve, this could be the ideal spot for you – off the Thanet Way in Hawthorn.
Sugar is sweet, and so are you – so goes the saying, which is appropriate for this lane in East Malling.
On the Ingress Park estate in Greenhithe, this lane could be the place to head with your loved one.
Whoever lives in this area in Borden near Sittingbourne must be in line for a sweet time at Valentine's.
It might not be spelt correctly, but the name of this lane in Harvel, near Meopham, is still filled with love.
For racy lovers looking for Valentine's Day inspiration, the name of this hamlet near Gravesend could help.
And it might be Valentine's Day, but the name of this area near Canterbury doesn’t have to be followed as an instruction.
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