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Famed for Knole House and the battle of Sole Fields, Sevenoaks is a market town in England close to the London Orbital Motorway (M25).
Sevenoaks is a town in Kent south-east England, in the County of Kent. It is the seat for the Sevenoaks local government district. The town's name came from the fact there were seven oak trees prominent in the town's vicinity. However, six of these were destroyed in the 1987 storm.
Approximately 25 miles from London, Sevenoaks is a fairly traditional market town, with a population of approximately 18,000. Given its proximity to London a large proportion of Sevenoaks residents are commuters, although the town centre does contain a reasonable number of small and medium sized shops, and a recently enlarged outdoor shopping centre. Sevenoaks Railway Station was the first station in Britain to be re-built in the later well-known British Rail red, white and blue style.
Sevenoaks is notable for being the first place in England to play cricket with three stumps. The orginial cricket green in Sevenoaks is still used as such and has the name the Old Cricket Ground.
To the east side of Sevenoaks is a large deer park - Knole Park - and stately home, Knole House, traditionally the seat of the Sackville family. Sevenoaks School, at the south end of Sevenoaks High Street and whose grounds penetrate into Knole, is the oldest secular school in England. The Knole estate is now owned and maintained by the National Trust.
Sevenoaks borders on several villages, including Sundridge and Westerham.
Sevenoaks information from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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