Choosing a new place to live and work can sometimes be an overwhelming task.
That’s why we’ve laid it out in simple terms as to what Royal Tunbridge Wells can offer you, both inside and out of work!
Why work in Royal Tunbridge Wells?
- Just a 50-minute train ride from London
- Provides an ideal mix of town and country living
- Situated perfectly between the capital and the coast
- A quirky and charming place to live
- Full of historical and cultural references - Queen Victoria made the town part of her regular holiday meaning ‘Royal’ Tunbridge Wells, the town, came into being in the wider region of Tunbridge Wells
What is there to do in Tunbridge Wells?
- 36 attractions and over 100 events, including annual festivals, exhibitions and markets throughout the year
- A buzzing live music scene encompassing rock, opera, classical and jazz in forests and parks, in pubs, hotels and restaurants
Shopping & Leisure
- Royal Victoria Centre and High Street
- The Pantiles Walkway - a pedestrianised street with shops and cafes, bursting with Georgian architecture. Shortlisted as one of the best high streets in the UK!
- Tunbridge Wells Forum – live concert and show venue
- The Assembly Hall Theatre
- Trinity Theatre
- Luxury Spa venues
Eating & Drinking
- 220 places for lunch or dinner
- Nearby vineyards tours including Hush Heath, Chapel Down and Biddenden
History & Culture
- Spa Valley Railway
- Scotney Castle
- Church of King Charles the Martyr
- Bayham Old Abbey
- Toad Rock
- Dunorlan Park – indulge in Tai Chi, picnics and dog walking, to name a few activities!
- Bewl Water
- Penshurst Palace and gardens
- Calverley Grounds
- Groombridge Place Estates
- High Rocks National Monument
We also heard from some current Team Managers as to why they chose Tunbridge Wells to live and work…
“The office is open plan in a good location in the centre of Tunbridge Wells with great transport links. The town centre offers an array of coffee shops, restaurants and shops as well as ample parking. There are numerous parks within local proximity of the office. Tunbridge Wells has a cosmopolitan culture and the Pantiles are inviting. There are places of interest such as Hever Castle as well as beautiful countryside.”
“Tunbridge Wells benefits from a range of leisure and sporting facilities as well as an excellent range of shops including the Royal Victoria Place shopping centre, High Street and the historic Pantiles. Tunbridge Wells station has a regular service to the City and West End in under an hour by fast train. There are excellent primary and grammar schools, as well as independent schools of a high calibre.”
Have we convinced you yet? If you are interested in Social Work roles in Tunbridge Wells, contact me today to discuss current opportunities. Tunbridge Wells not for you? No worries, we are recruiting for a number of positions in a variety of teams across the whole of Kent.
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