For over forty years it was the home of Winston Churchill. He bought the property in September and lived there until shortly before his death in January In the s, when Churchill was out of political office, Chartwell became the centre of his world. At his dining table, he gathered those who could assist his campaign against German re-armament and the British government's response of appeasement ; in his study, he composed speeches and wrote books; in his garden, he built walls, constructed lakes and painted. During the Second World War Chartwell was largely unused, the Churchills returning after he lost the election. In , when again prime minister , the house became Churchill's refuge when he suffered a debilitating stroke.
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A new study by Online Mortgage Advisor has revealed where houses are least affordable for across Kent. The Online Mortgage Advisor has published a study showing the percentage of properties in each Kent town that couples and single buyers can afford to buy - based on the average salary. Dartford was the least affordable for single buyers with only 4. For couples, Sevenoaks was the least affordable housing area with only Folkestone is considered the most affordable for both single buyers and couples, with Here is the full list of each Kent town in descending order of affordability from most affordable to least affordable based on a couple's median salary in Kent.
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In the administrative borough of Tonbridge and Malling , it had an estimated population of 41, in The town was recorded in the Domesday Book as Tonebrige ,  which may indicate a bridge belonging to the estate or manor from the Old English tun , or alternatively a bridge belonging to Tunna, a common Anglo-Saxon man's name. Another theory suggests that the name is a contraction of "town of bridges", due to the large number of streams the High Street originally crossed.