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School Flooring in Bobbing

School Flooring in Bobbing

For School Flooring in Bobbing you have inherit the right place. We specialise in supply and fitting in and going on for Kent and London. Whether you are looking for a open-minded contemporary design or a more conventional look, we can provide a wide range of products and designs to kit our your house or office.

Bespoke designs can easily be achieved taking into account different borders and edging making it tolerable for all room. Waterproof, durable and hardwearing, Our flooring is good enough for both domestic and classified ad properties.

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Bobbing is a village and civil parish in the Swale district of Kent, England, about a mile north-west of Sittingbourne, and forming part of its urban area. The hamlet of Howt Green and village of Keycol are encompassed within the parish. According to the 2011 census Bobbing parish had a population of 1,969.

The parish of Bobbing, according to Edward Hasted in 1800, contains about seven hundred and eighty acres of land, of which forty were wood.

The mediaeval manor house of Bobbing Court, now a Grade II listed ruin, was built by the Savage family; it passed to the distinguished soldier Sir Conyers Clifford, and then by marriage into the St. Leger family.

The village church, St Bartholomew, is a grade I listed building. It is within the diocese of Canterbury and deanery of Sittingbourne. According to Edward Hasted in 1798, the church consisted of two small aisles and two chancels, having a tall spire steeple at the west end of it, in which are five bells.

The strange career of Titus Oates, inventor of the Popish Plot, included a brief period as Vicar of Bobbing. He was presented with the living by the local squire, Sir George Moore (who had recently purchased Bobbing Court) in 1673, but his drunkenness and blasphemy so horrified his parishioners that they ejected him before the end of the year.

In 2003, the Cremation Society of Great Britain opened the “Garden of England Crematorium” on the outskirts of the village.

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About AD Flooring

AD Flooring Kent is a well-established family matter servicing anything areas of Kent, London and the South East. We have the funds for a broad selection of carpets, LVT, vinyl, laminate and timber flooring.

We tailor our benefits to each individual customer’s needs whether they are from the domestic, commercial, educational or healthcare sector. Having worked in some of Londons most iconic buildings, we pay for a plenty of knowledge and experience in anything types of domestic and commercial flooring to suit anything budgets.

Choosing your flooring couldn’t be easier at AD Flooring Kent, you can visit our thoroughly stocked showroom at Standard Quay in Faversham and browse the huge range of samples on display or alternatively, samples can be brought directly to your home.
We manage to pay for a free, no obligation measuring taking over where we can then advise upon the adequacy of exchange flooring types.

We egotism ourselves on our forward-looking customer service, quality products and clever fitting making AD Flooring Kent the ideal another for your flooring needs.

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