Sevington (England). Four years after Britain voted in favor of secession from the European Union , the situation on ' Brexit ' is not clear, but the county known as 'Garden of England'(Administrative unit) is taking concrete steps in this matter. The noise of bulldozers, trucks, cement and ballast mixing machines into concrete is heard in Sevington village, a medieval St. Mary's Church surrounded by old Shah Baloot and evergreen trees. A structure is being erected at the site in this village which will be the new border between the European Union (EU) and Britain and a border outpost will be set up here to allow two thousand trucks to enter the border. However, no consent was obtained from the local people for this, and support for the break-up of Britain from the European Union has been declining even in areas that are pro-Brexit. "People came to know this when the sidewalk was closed," said Sharon Swandale, a 20-minute walk from Sevington, a resident of Mersham village.
Due to the closure of this road for construction work, now people have to walk 6.4 km. The village of Sevington falls in Kent County and in the 2016 referendum, 60 percent of people supported Brexit (seceding from the EU ). Swandale said the idea of stopping trucks and setting up customs outposts had not come to their mind. Significantly, two of Britain's thriving villages, Sevington and Mersham, are 24 kilometers away from the Channel Tube route connecting France, while the distance from these two villages to Dover, Britain's largest ferry port, is only 32 kilometers. 40 lakh trucks annually pass through these two routes with all kinds of essentials.