The charming Kent market town of Tonbridge lies four miles to the North of Tunbridge Wells is home to around 30,000 inhabitants.
Lying at a point on the River Medway where the river splits into two channels, Tonbridge has two beautiful wrought-iron bridges and several attractive riverside walkways that lead out of town into the surrounding rolling countryside.
Many of Kent's most popular walking trails pass through Tonbridge's town centre, including the Wealdway, Eden Valley and Medway Valley walks, and several local ramblers groups organise regular walking tours taking in the natural sights of the area.
With over a thousand years of history - the settlement of Tonbridge dates back to before the Norman invasion - the town offers many examples of ancient architecture, the most striking of which being the ruins of a Norman castle that overlook the town centre.
Read more about Tonbridge in the About Tonbridge section.