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  1. Hextable Methodist Church
    Part of the Kent Thameside circuit. Includes mission statement, services, news, clubs and groups, future events and contact details.

  2. Tutors in Swanley, Kent, page 1 of 4 - Student Tutor UK
    Affordable private tuition offered by university students - Tutors in Swanley, Kent page 1 of 4 at Student Tutor UK.

  3. English Teacher - EBD School - Kent 22489909 -
    View all details on this English Teacher - EBD School - Kent vacancy on, the UK's 1 job site. You can also search for all similar roles now. 22489909

  4. The Kentish Times Newspaper Publisher Kent
    The Kentish Times based in Gravesend England Kent local newspaper - SWPP Publications

  5. Swanley Hotels Special Offers on 11 Swanley Accommodation...
    HotelsCombined compares the best hotel reservation sites to find the cheapest accommodation deals on 11 hotels in Swanley, England.

  6. Education in Swanley
    Results for Education in Swanley customer reviews, prices, contact details, opening hours from Swanley based businesses with Education keyword.

  7. BBC - Kent - Entertainment - What's on
    What's going on in the county Your events and other features.

  8. Church in Swanley
    Results for Church in Swanley customer reviews, prices, contact details, opening hours from Swanley based businesses with Church keyword.

  9. Social Studies Tutors Burton - citizenship, Burton second...
    During key stage 3, pupils learn about fairness, social justice, respect for democracy and diversity at school, local, national and global level, and through taking part in community activities. They also learn how to communicate their ideas effectively and why it's vital to understand other people's views and respect their rights. Read on to know more about citizenship learning at key stage 3.
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