Edenbridge is a small yet wondrous town situated on the Kent-Surrey border, just a mere 40 minute train journey from London Bridge. The town is full of medieval buildings, one of which now houses the Eden Valley Museum and visitors can marvel at the view of the valley from the old stone bridge which was built in 1834. Locals and visitors alike are able to enjoy a weekly market held in the Market Yard carpark and once a month shoppers can purchase fresh produce from the Farmers Market held in the same location.
Edenbridge is a town of approximately 8,000 people with a good selection of shops and schools, as well as its own hospital, a rarity for a town of its size. The hospital was first built and used to care for soldiers returning home during WW1.
On top of all of this, Edenbridge boasts one of the largest bonfire nights in November in which the tradition stands to burn a giant Guy Fawkes effigy as well as one of a poor, unsuspecting celebrity!