Hoo Peninsula

The Hoo Peninsula is a peninsula in England separating the estuaries of the rivers Thames and Medway. It is dominated by a line of sand and clay hills, surrounded by an extensive area of marshland composed of alluvial silt. The name Hoo is the Old English word for spur of land.

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... Hoo is used in placenames in the east of England to indicate coastal peninsulas and promontories ... It appears in Fort Hoo, a fort on an island in the River Medway, Kent Hoo St Werburgh and Cliffe-at-Hoo on the Hoo Peninsula in Kent Hoo, Suffolk, a ...
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... Allhallows, Kent Cliffe Cliffe Woods Cooling Grain High Halstow Hoo St Werburgh St Mary Hoo Stoke. ...