Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Common

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Located to the South West of the Tunbridge Wells is 260 Acres of common land, comprising of woods, heathland, lakes and ponds.

The commons are famous for "Toad Rock" (a sandstone outcrop) and the Wellington Rocks.

In addition the two commons are used as cricket grounds, recreational areas and are home to churches and pubs.

More information about the Commons along with maps and their history can be obtained by visiting the webpages of the Tunbridge Wells Commons Conservators and Friends of the Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Commons.