About The Hawkenbury, Royal Tunbridge Wells

The Royal Tunbridge Wells is a town which is situated in the west of England Kent and sixty four kilometers from the south east of London. The access of Royal Tunbridge Wells from London Charring Cross to Royal Tunbridge Wells via train which is around fifty five kilometers is very comfortable and convenient. Hawkenbury is a small village which was settled before the Royal Tunbridge Wells in the 17th Century. It is located in the South East of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Its original name was Hockenbury however it was later changed to Hawkenbury.

The ground transportation in Hawkenbury to and from Heathrow airport (which is the major airport of the United Kingdom) is not very difficult as majority of the airport transfer services in this area offer very economical prices.

The village of Hawkenbury falls under the Tunbridge Wells South district at the county level and is a part of its constituency at the national level. The nearest rail station in the Hawkenbury is the Tunbridge Wells railway station. The airports which are located near to the village area of Hawkenbury include London Gatwick Airport, London Biggin Hill Airport and Red hill Aerodrome. For recreation, there is a Church with a small park in Hawkenbury area, known as ‘Spread Eagle Public House’. It consists of a cricket pitch, Astroturf, tennis courts, indoor and outdoor lawns, bowls, clubs and a lot more. The ‘Spread Eagle Public House’ also houses a special children’s play area.

The Hawkenbury recreation ground also houses the ‘Hawkenbury Men’s Football Club’. The notable buildings of Hawkenbury that included Bayhall and Halls Hole have already been demolished. Traveling in Hawkenbury is not very expensive as the Hawkenbury car rental services are the cheapest in the Royal Tunbridge Wells.

If you are a visitor in the Hawkenbury Kent, managing your transportation can be difficult especially if you are not familiar with the roads and directions of Hawkenbury area. In this regard hiring…

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