Tonbridge

Tonbridge (pronunciation and historic spelling Tunbridge) is a market town in the English county of Kent, with a population of 30,340 in 2007. It is located on the River Medway, approximately 4 miles north of Tunbridge Wells, 12 miles south west of Maidstone and 29 miles south east of London. It belongs to the administrative borough of Tonbridge and Malling (population 107,560 in 2001).

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John Langhorne (Rochester School) - Tonbridge School
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Medway Watermills (middle Tributaries) - The Southborough Bourne - Priory Mill, Tonbridge
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Sarah Baldock - Tonbridge School
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HMS Tonbridge (1918)
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Tonbridge - Twin Towns
... Tonbridge is twinned with the towns of Le Puy-en-Velay in France, and Heusenstamm in Germany ...