Living in Tunbridge Wells
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Living In Tunbridge Wells?
Tunbridge Wells contains green spaces that range from woodland to maintained grounds and parks. The most substantial areas of woodland are the Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Commons, which comprise of 250 acres of wood and heathland, close to the centre of the town. Open areas of the common are popular picnic spots, and there is a maintained cricket ground situated next to Wellington Rocks.
Local Area Of Tunbridge Wells
The town's largest theatre is the Assembly Hall in Crescent Road, which has a capacity of 1,020. Nearby, in Church Road, is the Trinity Arts Centre which is a converted church. The Forum is a 250-capacity live music venue in the town, run by Jason Dormon, where many popular bands have played early on in the careers on the road to success.
Transport In Tunbridge Wells
Tunbridge Wells is at the hub of a series of roads, the primary ones being the A26, which runs from Maidstone to Newhaven; the A264, which runs from Five Oaks to Pembury (via Crawley and East Grinstead); and the A267, which runs south from Tunbridge Wells to Hailsham. The A21 passes to the east of the town, following the route of its turnpike ancestor, from London to Hastings. Tunbridge Wells is also 50 minutes from London by train.