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Deles avenue to speldhurst

Royal Tunbridge Wells, England

Deles avenue to speldhurst

Length3.8 mi
Elev. Gain347.7 ft
Est. Steps9000
Created by why garry
Introduction
Deles avenue to speldhurst is a 3.8 mile (9,000-step) route located near Royal Tunbridge Wells, England. This route has an elevation gain of about 347.7 ft and is rated as medium. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Borough of Tunbridge Wells

Place
The Borough of Tunbridge Wells is a local government district and borough in Kent, England. It takes its name from its main town, Royal Tunbridge Wells.The district was formed on 1 April 1974, by the merger of the municipal borough of Royal Tunbridge Wells along with Southborough urban district, Cranbrook Rural District and most of Tonbridge Rural District.

Church of King Charles the Martyr, Royal Tunbridge Wells

Building
The Church of King Charles the Martyr is a Church of England parish church in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England. It is a Grade I listed building.

Higher Common Ground

Place
Higher Common Ground is a cricket ground on Tunbridge Wells Common in the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent. It was used as a ground by Kent County Cricket Club in the 19th century and is the home ground of Linden Park Cricket Club.The ground is located in the central area of Tunbridge Wells Common, close to the Wellington Rocks, an outcrop of Ardingly Sandstone laid down in the Lower Cretaceous period.

Rusthall Common

Place
Rusthall Common is a 2.7-hectare (6.7-acre) geological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Rusthall, a suburb of Tunbridge Wells in Kent. It is a Geological Conservation Review site. It is owned by the Manor of Rusthall and managed by Tunbridge Wells Commons Conservators.This Quaternary site is important for its examples of sandstone weathering, especially Toad Rock, which stands on a narrow base moulded by periglacial wind erosion.

The Forum, Tunbridge Wells

Building
The Forum is an independent music venue in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent with a standing capacity of 250. The venue opened in 1993, the building having previously been a public toilet.

Linden Park Cricket Club

Place
Linden Park Cricket Club (LPCC) is a cricket club based at Higher Cricket Ground, Fir Tree Road, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England.The Club has a senior section which runs five Saturday league teams, with the top two sides playing in the Kent League, the 3rd, 4th and 5th sides playing in the Sussex Cricket League.

The Pantiles

Building
The Pantiles is a Georgian colonnade in the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England. Formerly known as The Walks and the (Royal) Parade, it leads from the well that gave the town its name. The area was created following the discovery of a chalybeate spring in the early 17th century and is now a popular tourist attraction.

Rusthall

Place
Rusthall is a village located approximately 2 miles to the west of the spa town of Tunbridge Wells in Kent. The village grew up around a large property called "Rusthall" located on Rusthall Common.Rusthall is a modern village, the majority built after the trains arrived in Royal Tunbridge Wells during the mid-1800s.

Speldhurst

Place
Speldhurst is a village and civil parish in the borough of Tunbridge Wells in Kent, England. The parish is to the west of Tunbridge Wells: the village is 3 miles (5 km) west of the town.Speldhurst has a primary school, a parish church, a general store with post office, a pub, a violin shop and a small business park.

Nevill Ground

Place
The Nevill Ground is a cricket ground at Royal Tunbridge Wells in the English county of Kent. It is owned by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council and is used by Tunbridge Wells Cricket Club in the summer months and by Tunbridge Wells Hockey Club in the winter. It was opened in 1898 and was first used by Kent County Cricket Club in 1901.
Route Details

Length

3.8 mi

Elev. Gain

347.7 ft

Est. Steps

9000
Created by
why garry
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