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Swanley is a town located within the Sevenoaks District of Kent, within the postcode area of the London Borough of Bromley. Nearly a thousand years ago, Swanley consisted only of a few cattle farms and was enveloped in oak, sycamore, and ash woodlands. In about a century and a half, the town developed from one with only three houses to a town with a population of 20, 986 that it has today. After the railway was installed, the town became home to Swanley Horticultural College which was established in 1887, leading horticulture to become the town’s predominant industry. Local nurseries and florist outlets began to spread throughout the town, and many properties still contain the apple and pear trees in their gardens that originally existed in the orchards of the land. The college eventually amalgamated with Wye College near Canterbury.
Hextable is a leafy village also located within the Sevenoaks District. The village contains numerous stables and equestrian centres, as well as a variety of different types of architecture due to its disorderly growth throughout history. Hextable developed late in comparison to other nearby villages, as it began to grow only in 1870 after the selling off of Hextable Farm. The village was originally established for the upper class citizens to live in beautiful villas, many of which still exist today. It then developed quickly after the coming of the railway, when people began to discover the land’s fertility and mild climate. The village currently has 4, 747 residents living within 1,800 homes, and is considered to be the 5th largest Parish in the District.
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