English: Capel-le-Ferne , the name of which derives from the phrase "Chapel in the Ferns", is situated near Folkestone, Kent. It has a population of approximately 2400. Perched on top of the White cliffs of Dover, its foremost attraction is the Battle of Britain Memorial, opened by the Queen Mother on July 9 1993 and dedicated to those who fought in the Battle of Britain between July 10 and October 31 1940. The Channel Tunnel runs underneath the northernmost part of the village.