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Trading from our main depot in Knockholt, Kent we have excellent motorway links to London, Surrey, Maidstone, Ashford, and many more of the surrounding areas.
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Tunbridge Wells is a large town in western Kent with an estimated 65,000 residents. The city is known for being a vibrant and desirable place to live, with a rich culture and local attractions, as well as great amenities and shopping.
In Tunbridge Wells, the A26 runs from Maidstone to Newhaven, the A264 runs from Five Oaks to Pembury (via Crawley and East Grinstead), and the A267 runs from Tunbridge Wells to Hailsham. The A21 follows the route of the turnpike's ancestor, from London to Hastings, to the east of the town.
Its famous Pantiles are just one example of the town's beautiful architecture. However, did you know that the former Opera House has become a Wetherspoon's pub? The poshest pub in town, the pub boasts brass railings and a grand chandelier. For a few days every year, Wetherspoons' Tunbridge Wells branch closes to reopen as an opera house
Royal Tunbridge Wells has long been associated with the Pantiles and its chalybeate spring, but the 5-metre (16 ft) steel Millennium Clock, designed by local sculptor Jon Mills for the Millennium celebrations, is also a modern landmark
As with the rest of Britain, Tunbridge Wells has a temperate maritime climate with few extremes of weather. Approximately 8.5 miles (14 km) east of the town centre is Goudhurst, which is the nearest official weather station.