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Edenbridge has a history going back to the Roman period. The High Street road was built about 100AD. The first mention of Edenbridge in a document was in the Textus Roffensis about 1122 AD.
Along the High Street many ancient houses are to be found with the 13th Century church close by. The Great Stone Bridge, crossing the River Eden, replaces an earlier one of 1831. Nearby iron workings and the tanning industry (closed in the ’60s) gave the town its prosperity.
The town has 2 supermarkets, range of shops, restuarants, primary school, golf club and leisure complex with gym, swimming pool, squash courts and all weather pitch. There are 2 railways stations with services to London.
There are several nearby historic attractions including Hever Castle, Chiddingstone Castle, Haxted Mill and Staffhurst Bluebell Wood.
For a tour of Edenbridge, view our video of the local area.