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A meeting and transfer service by private coach between London Heathrow airport and Sevenoaks School is available on published course dates for £55 per transfer.
For over 40 years, our courses have been among the most consistently popular in the country, with more than 60,000 students choosing to spend their summers with us.
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A thriving arts and cultural scene to suit all tastes from the classical to the most avant-garde can be discovered across the district
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Brim-full of nostalgic, old-world seaside charm, Broadstairs boasts glorious beaches and bays, famous literary connections and wealth of inviting cafes, restaurants and bars.
The attractions visited vary for each course, and may include trips to the Sealife Centre in Brighton, the British Museum, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Museum of London, Natural History Museum, Science Museum and the National Maritime Museum in London, along with Canterbury Cathedral and a visit to a college of Oxford or Cambridge University.
Hop on board one of the county’s glorious steam trains and explore the Garden of England from a whole new perspective.
The demonym for a person from Sevenoaks is Sennockian. The demonym Old Sennockian is used by alumni of Sevenoaks School.
Educational establishments in the town include the independent Sevenoaks School and Knole Academy.
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Sevenoaks is governed by a town council with sixteen members. The town is divided into six wards: Kippington, Northern, St Johns, Town, Wildernesse and Eastern. The offices of Sevenoaks District Council are located in the town.
Just 7 miles north of Sevenoaks, Lullingstone Roman Villa is one of the best-preserved in the country. Its vivid mosaics and striking wall paintings really bring the mid-4th century to life - check out the Roman-era under-floor heating in the bathroom. Then scroll forward 12 centuries at nearby Lullingstone Castle and World Garden, where a 15th century manor house is surrounded by plants from all around the globe.
Sevenoaks is served by county wide stations BBC Radio Kent, Heart Kent and Smooth and many London stations. Because of its proximity to London, television signals are in the main received from the Crystal Palace transmitter, placing Sevenoaks in the BBC London and ITV London areas, rather than BBC South East or ITV Meridian which serve most of Kent from the Bluebell Hill and Dover transmitters.
The main industrial area is located north of the town, alongside the A225. Sevenoaks Quarry is on Bat and Ball Road, also to the north.
At other times or from other airports an individual taxi service can be provided at an additional charge. Airport meals are not provided.
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A serious railway accident occurred nearby on 24 August 1927. Southern Railway K class passenger tank engine No. A800 River Cray was derailed hauling a Cannon Street to Deal express, knocking a road bridge and killing 13 passengers. The locomotive crew survived. The entire K class was subsequently rebuilt to prevent such an event from occurring again. The accident called into question the quality of track laying in the area.
The town is situated at the junction of two main routes from the north before traffic climbs over the Greensand Ridge which crosses Kent from west to east; that situation is similar to Maidstone and Ashford. That road was one of the earliest in the county to be turnpiked in 1709, because of the clay soils.
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The school is just a short walk from the centre of Sevenoaks – a lively small town in the prosperous commuter belt of London. Central London is just 30 minutes away by train. The South Coast is reached in under an hour.
The Stag Theatre and Cinema complex is located at the top of London Road. Recently re-opened as a community arts centre, supported by a strong network of volunteers and Sevenoaks Town Council. The multiplex cinema is open daily showing films.
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There are four churches belonging to the Church of England in Sevenoaks, dedicated to St Nicholas, St Luke, St Mary and St John the Baptist; and also St Mary's at Riverhead. The Roman Catholic church is dedicated to St Thomas of Canterbury; and there are some eight other denominations represented in the town. These include Hope Church (Charismatic), the United Reformed Church and also Baptist and Evangelical churches across the town and its villages.
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Students must arrive / depart on published course dates.
For instant details on the current room availability in the Sevenoaks District over the next two weeks, please telephone 01732 227000 or visit www.sevenoaks.gov.uk/tourism
Sevenoaks has three Non-League football clubs - Corinthian Football Club who play at Gay Dawn Farm, Sevenoaks Town F.C. who play at Greatness Park and Ide Hill F.C. who currently play in Borough Green due to construction of a new club house in Ide Hill village.
The valley to the north is that of the River Darent; that river turns to the north to cut through the North Downs. Several lakes are located along the course of the river here, the result of the extraction of sand and gravel in the past.
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From chic apartments to traditional properties, there's plenty of home comforts in and around the district
Sevenoaks Scouts is the active Scouting organisation in the town.
The town's name is derived from the Old English word "Seouenaca", the name given to a small chapel near seven oak trees on The Vine around AD 800.
Kent is an ideal short break or holiday destination, and offers a wide choice of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets
Choose from a mix of B&B's and guesthouses with luxury castle stays to charming countryside cottages