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Brilliance meets pedagogy at the Cobham Hall day and boarding school. This girls’ school is located in the Cobham village of Kent. Dating back to the Tudor age, the mansion is worth a several words. Owing to the beautiful craftsmanship and wonderful heritage, the building is a designated site of English heritage. The school has often been lauded for its approach towards the development of personalities and shaping up the minds of young girls. With a huge playground and a sound infrastructure, Cobham Hall is a bright star in British education.
This simple village church was built in the 12th Century, however St Andrew's Church was expanded and altered in later centuries. The existing stone structure is topped with a distinct white bell-turret and the windows are adorned with fine tracery. The interiors feature aspects from several different time periods, including three types of windows and a carved, 14th-century font. Although no longer in active use, the church still retains some of the warmth left behind by the congregation it once served. Visitors are welcome daily during daylight hours.
Fly high at the Gatwick Aviation Museum. This one of its kind's museum is dedicated to the aircrafts in the British history. Located in the Charlwood region of Surrey, the museum dates back to the 20th Century, founded by Peter Vallance. This aerospace museum houses many types of aircraft, engines and some 500 odd aircraft models. Open on selected days, if you are lucky you may even witness a live demonstration. Check website for more information.