Tunbridge Wells abounds with unusual outcrops of sandstone rock formations dating back millions of years. These impressive rocks are now a National Monument but many thousands of years before stood a stone age camp. There are acres of sandstone rocks entwined in the beautiful countryside, providing scenic walks in picturesque woodland. Wellington Rocks are situated on the Tunbridge Wells Common and are the closest to Edenbridge Town.

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Tunbridge Wells Common, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, UK

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