Living in Kent

The ‘Garden of England’

Kent is known worldwide as being the ‘Garden of England’. As well as the vast and beautiful countryside, Kent also boasts an extensive coastline with direct links to London and the continent. Set in a great location in the South of England, with the M20 conveniently joining all of Kent’s cities and towns from Dover to London. The historic City of Canterbury and the large towns of Ashford and Maidstone sit within the Kent borders.

Why Kent – a quick look

■ A variety of great schools, including grammar schools. For more information visit:

■ Lower cost of living compared with London suburbs and the M4 corridor

■ Great transport links to London and Europe

■ A wide variety of attractive villages in the Kentish Countryside and the North downs

■ Fantastic beaches – an array of blue flag award winning beaches

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Kent – things to do

Kent will keep you busy throughout the year, with over 40 farmer’s markets, one of the world’s smallest public railways, beautiful castles and stunning vineyards to while away the hours. Also close to the Megger offices are the quaint villages of St. Margaret’s at Cliffe, Wye, Eythorne and many more.

Steeped in history

One of Kent’s many wonderful locations is Canterbury which provides the perfect mix of history and modernity with England’s oldest Cathedral dominating the skyline, as well as the ancient ruins of St Augustine’s Abbey and St Martin’s Church forming Canterbury’s UNESCO World Heritage site. The modern mix means that there are plenty of luxury hotels, fine restaurants serving food from across the globe, lively nightclubs and welcoming pubs to give a complete experience.

Dover’s own castle is an unrivalled attraction with a history stretching from King Henry II, through the siege of 1216 to WWII and “Hellfire Corner”.