Schools in West Malling

West Malling, a historic market town in Kent, England, boasts a quaint charm and rich heritage. With a population of 2,590, it offers a blend of contemporary and ancient architecture, such as St. Leonard's Tower, a 10th-century Norman keep, and the magnificent Queen Anne Went House. The town is known for its individual shops, monthly farmers' market, and beautifully preserved medieval buildings including the Abbey Gatehouse, built by Bishop Gundulf in the 11th century. West Malling is centrally located for easy access to Maidstone, Sevenoaks, and the North Downs, featuring a diverse array of historical sites, verdant parks, and a notable Benedictine nunnery, founded in the 11th century. The town offers several unique connections to history, including the inspiration for a cricket match in Charles Dickens' "The Pickwick Papers" and Samuel Johnson's frequent visits with local friends.

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