*A lot of repetition of significant, significant market, significant place, significant local landmark..
Do you mean just move the sentence counting the schools up front?
I wanted to put Norton Knatchbull first because it is the most notable school with the biggest coverage in sources, and hence should be up front as it's what readers would more likely be looking for.
*Football seems more appropriate to discuss first than the others. and merge/move "The club's grounds are at The Homelands, about 4 miles (6.4 km) south of the town centre." further to the top after mentioning to club.
I'm not sure that Ringway was its official name, though it appears as such in local history books.
I've gone with "a controversial ring road scheme", which uses a common name (most towns have some sort of inner ring road in them these days).
*" The town was targeted again during the Battle of Britain in World War II. The Joint Services School of Intelligence was based at Templar Barracks in Ashford, until the barracks were decommissioned in 1997 and then demolished to make way for High Speed 1.[" - What was the date, year even of the invasiona, do we have dates when it was bombed?Also a paragraph break badly needed with Joint Services...Reviewer: Droodkin (talk · contribs) , 4 June 2014 (UTC) Hello, I will get started with reading this article and hopefully assessing it appropriately within the coming days. Overall, this article covers all the necessary material one would expect when searching about Ashford. Not to gatecrash the review (which has passed), but some things to further improve: *I think before you get to etymology you should state the vitals like distance from one or more nearby major towns, e.g 23 miles south of London and 4.5 miles northwest of Blofville and then state the population, even though it is in the info box. I'll find the distances (now done), can you add the population? all in-line citations are from reliable sources, including those for direct quotations, statistics, published opinion, counter-intuitive or controversial statements that are challenged or likely to be challenged, and contentious material relating to living persons—science-based articles should follow the scientific citation guidelines. I have to say I am a little surprised that you found no issues, which I don't think I've ever seen in a GA review, even with the very best writers there are always more than one way to write something, or possibly alternative sources. Blofeld has looked over the article already and done quite a bit of copyediting, and I'm confident that what Steve Salter doesn't know about Ashford isn't worth knowing about. I didn't really get much chance to look at it, I was only getting started and when I looked in a day or two later it was already at GAN!It is well-referenced and complemented with adequate images. Done, though I'm never really comfortable on distances as they seem to be wrong more often than not.For example, we now have Ashford as being 13 miles from Maidstone - fair enough, it's sourced, but this signpost on the M20, well east of Maidstone says "Ashford 16".