Sevenoaks

Sevenoaks is a market town in Kent, South East England. It is located 21 miles from Charing Cross.

With great travel links, impressive historical architecture and beautiful green spaces, it is no surprise that Sevenoaks has been voted one of the best places to live and work in the UK.

Things to see and do in Sevenoaks include

  • Knole – this is an impressively large country house, it has seven courtyards! The house itself is a blend of Jacobean and medieval architecture. Learn about the fascinating history of this house and its previous occupants – they include Archbishops of Canterbury! When you have immersed yourself in the array of collections inside, why not take the time to explore the beautiful 1000 acre estate that the house sits in – Knole Lane, TN15 0RP
  • Ightham Mote – this manor house is stranded by a square moat and even though it dates back to the 14th century, the previous occupants have made so few changes that it still retains its Tudor and Medieval character. Come and learn all about the history of the house and then have a relaxing walk in the tranquil grounds – Mote Road, TN15 0NT
  • Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve – so many habitats to explore! The reserve is made up of lakes, ponds, seasonal flooded pools, grass and woodland. Over 2000 species have been identified here so far including glow worms, bats and a wide range of plants and fungi. What will you spot as you take one of the trails around the 73 hectares? There is also a visitor centre and café – Bradbourne Vale Road, TN13 3DH
  • Emmetts Garden – this National Trust run site is a must see when in Sevenoaks. The garden is one of the highest points in Kent, with idyllic views over the Weald. Lots to explore in the 6 acres including water features, exotic trees, a beautiful Rose garden and a lily pond. There is also a popular café serving refreshments – Ide Hill, TN14 6BA
Sevenoaks help and support thorugh counselling services

Have you thought about Estate Planning? What do you want to happen to your estate when you die? Make a plan to leave what you want to those that you love….

Visit The Group Hug Chatroom and meet other members of the community right now

Helen Davies of Heritage Estate Planning in Kent

Having an up to date will in place is vital in ensuring control over your money, property and possessions and their distribution after your death and that your loved ones are properly cared for. 
Helen Davies – Heritage Estate Planning

Are you looking for family law advice around Rochester in Kent? We have found the following firms the area

Elaine Flynn – Arthurs Solicitors

If you are looking to mediate, consider contacting Mary Ramont – Advantage Mediation Ltd


Julie West Partner at Spencer

Julie Taylor – Family Solicitor – Kent & London

“I help individuals consciously uncouple as amicably as possible, but I also have a wealth of experience in uncoupling which is not so easy where there is high conflict, a controlling partner and sadly domestic abuse. I also offer legal advice on both pre-marital arrangements, and on the separation of matrimonial finances.”


Don’t be afraid to seek help from a counsellor or coach when you are going through a difficult time..




Are you a single-parent in Sevenoaks?

Single parenting help is available, when you know where to find it.

Single parents throw all the balls up in the air and catch them, on a daily basis. If you were never great at multi-tasking, then you’d better get good! It’s essential for the smooth running of your home and keeping the kids in happy and in-check.

Get organised

You may be single parenting as a co-parent or flying completely solo. There’s no real difference apart from the fact that you get more time-off, (if you have an ex who has the children at set-times). In this instance, you get a short break and a little bit of time to pull yourself together for the next run. However, you probably find that this “free” time simply means clearing up all the mess and laundry from your parenting time and getting ready for the next episode. Try not to feel down, there will be some free-time. Getting organised for the next time the kiddywinks are home, means a more pleasant experience for you and them

Chat anonymously about being a single parent in the Forum/Chatroom

Can single-parented children really be ok?

We are told that children who are raised by single parents can be as happy as children who live with both. They can do just as well academically and go onto lead a positive adult life. However, this doesn’t just simply happen on it’s own. All children need a positive parental role model. It’s also said that children from single parent homes who have two loving parents, build resilience to deal with different situations in adulthood.

Experts say that if you spend good quality time with your child, they are less likely to have mental health issues in the future. Show your child that you are interested in your own life and that you grasp opportunities. More importantly prove that you want to be a part of your child’s life and interests. Regularly reading to or with your child, going to the park, walking in the woods and observing what’s around you, kicking a ball around the garden or playing their favourite video game. All these things show your child that you are interested in what they like to do. Engage with your child. This can be more tricky with a teenager, so you may really have to find yourself loving the xbox! Read the rest of this article here

Advice and disclaimer. Check this out if you are using our site!

Back to Top

Ad Blocker Detected!