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Bright Fox operates from the centre of Royal Tunbridge Wells, between the old and new cultural hubs of town. Predominantly Georgian in architecture, the town has beautiful buildings, walkways, parks and houses. With surrounding areas like  Southborough, High Brooms and Frant,  it is an area of great beauty, culture and recreation with a multitude of places to live, eat, work and play. 

We have put together a Welcome Pack for you with more details on all the things to do and see in the local area, but in the meantime, explore the town and its surrounds at the click of a button, and get to know and take advantage of the wonderful things on offer.

Countryside – stately homes, gardens and areas of outstanding beauty
You can hardly turn around without tripping over a castle, stately home, garden or area of historical or cultural interest.  Have a look at the National Trust and English Heritage sites around here…

Culture – theatre, music, comedy, dance
There is always something of exceptional quality scheduled for theatre and music lovers.  Classic concerts, hard-rock bands, pantomimes, theatre, plays and films. Enjoy  The Assembly Hall Theatre , the Trinity Theatre, and if you are young at heart, The Forum! There are also popular seasonal festivals like The Pantiles Jazz and Local & Live.

Eating, drinking, being merry
A whole world of cuisine flourishes here. Food & Wine and support for superb local produce is taken very seriously– and we are hugely thankful to everyone who puts in so much effort.   From Farmers' Markets, posh romantic dinners, to quirky Indian restaurants, you can find anything to suit your style, taste and wallet.

Education 
If you have children of junior or secondary school age, Tunbridge Wells and the surrounding areas are blessed with some excellent junior schools both in the centre of town, the village area, St John’s, and both boys and girls Secondary. Further out in a more rural community towards Frant and Wadhurst are some brilliant community colleges and schools.

Health and hospitals
We are very privileged to have excellent local doctors' surgeries and one of the most advanced and modern hospitals in the local area.

Parks
Green spaces are everywhere. There are parks for families, for dog-walkers, for playing games, for fetes and fairs – exploring these is one of the greatest joys of living nearby – The Grove ParkDunorlan Park, Calverley Grounds, The Old Racecourse, and the mecca for children Grosvenor Hilbert Parks

Sports, games and gym
Whether you are into private gym, swimming and fitness classes, or a dedicated outdoors person who loves rugby, football, tennis, cricket, cycling, horse riding, squash, fishing or gymnastics – you can really do anything that takes your fancy. More information is available in your Welcome Pack.

Town – shopping and mooching around
The shopping centre is full of unique and exciting shops - from the Victorian feel of Tunbridge Wells High Street and the historic Pantiles, to the award winning Royal Victoria Place.  The Pantiles is home to a variety of delightful shops, galleries and cafés.  The Old High Street and surrounds are full of character with independent shops. Royal Victoria Place is an undercover shopping centre with over 100 well-known High Street brand names under one roof. Camden Road & Monson Road are brimming with specialist independent shops, and just to the north, St John's Road, is a great place for families with young children to shop, and has some wonderful antiques businesses.

Transport
The town and surrounds are all serviced by main roads, with the A21, A264, A267 and M25 all within a few miles. The train line services the area from two stations, Tunbridge Wells and High Brooms, both of which are situated on the Hastings to London line, operated by Southeastern. There are about 13,500 commuters into London each day, with four trains running every hour into Charing Cross, and a number into Cannon Street.

 

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