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The Local Area Guide to Living in Allington, Kent

Allington is a modern village located along the sides of the A20, just west of Maidstone, in Kent.

This quaint area is well-known for its historical castle, tucked away near the River Medway. The present stone castle, which has had a number of refurbishments over the years, was converted into a mansion that belonged to the Wyatt family.

Today, the Castle is owned by Sir Robert Worcester as a private residence not open to the public. The area also has a number of historical churches dating back to the medieval days, open to tourists and local residents. Allington is a beautiful location for those looking to live in a spacious area with a fair amount of greenery. With access to the river, locals and visitors can enjoy the views on an afternoon boat ride.

Information About the Local Residents

There is little diversity in Allington, with a majority of the population (90.7%), being born in the UK and only 5.4% being from other parts of the world.

The Allington population is older than the national average, with the mean age being 40.1 years old. Just under half of the residents rate themselves as being of ‘very good’ health (48.11%), giving the area a percentage higher than that of the national average.

The number of residents on Jobseekers Allowance is a low 2.2%, giving a good indication of the area’s prosperity and job availability. Furthermore, the rate of other benefits being claimed is 10%, making it lower than the national average, suggesting that residents receive a higher salary on average in the area. A majority of the property in the area is either owned outright, by 32.9% of the area’s population, or via mortgage, by 37.5%, making it a relatively affluent area.

25.6% of the population has obtained their Level 4 qualifications. However, a very high 20.7% of the population has no qualifications.

Nearby Schools

Allington has two primary schools, Allington Primary and Palace Wood Primary. Allington Primary is comprised of fourteen classes and offers many extra-curricular clubs. The school is well resourced, with its own sporting facilities and ICT suite. The school received an ‘outstanding’ in their latest Ofsted report, giving them a well-deserved mark after years of achieving a ‘good’.

Palace Wood Infant and Junior School is a large two-part school with separate buildings for the infant and junior pupils. The two were amalgamated in 2007 to form one junior school. The school received a ‘good’ rating from Ofsted.

Getting Around

The area has very efficient public transport, with 47 local buses from Allington. For those looking to travel further than the surrounding area, the nearest train station is the Maidstone Barracks Rail Station, which is located 1.2 miles away. The Maidstone East Rail Station and Barming Rail Station are both easily accessible and are roughly 1.4 miles away.

Local residents rely on their private vehicles to get around, but Taxi and minibus services are also an option. A local chauffeur service, for those wanting a more lavish experience, is available for hire. There are also private cars for hire if that suits your needs better.

Local Shops

Allington has a number of activities to keep locals and visitors entertained. The area hosts comedy nights, festivals and village nights. South Allington house, a local bed and breakfast, offers the perfect rural get away in a peaceful secluded valley. The seaside is not too far away for those wanting a fun day by the beach. Harbour House is also available for those wanting a day of yoga, arts and crafts. There is no shortage of local pubs and for those with a taste for wine, the local wine bar is also available.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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