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Dartford Working Mens Club
Essex Rd
Dartford, Kent, DA1 2AU
Tel: 01322 223343


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Dartford is in the perfect location, enjoying both the bright lights of London and the wildlife of the countryside. Located on the border of Kent, London and Essex, Dartford is one of the most exciting and dynamic regions in the country. The Borough of Dartford comprises the town of Dartford and eight surrounding parishes. Dartford offers good restaurants, clubs, bars, sports, and history to suit all tastes. What's on in Dartford


Social Clubs in Dartford

Crayford Social Club
13 The Parade Crayford Way
Dartford Kent DA1 4JA
Tel: 01322 526520
Dartford Social Club
59 Lowfield Street
Dartford Kent DA1 1HP
Tel: 01322 224112
Dentons & District Mens Social Club
Raphael Road
Gravesend Kent DA12 2PW
Tel: 01474 359385
Perry Street Conservative Club
2 Perry Street
Northfleet Kent DA11 8QU
Tel: 01474 534758
The Borough Of Gravesend Conservative Club,Ltd
193a Parrock Street
Gravesend Kent DA12 1EW
Tel: 01474 352276
Brent School Old Boys Social Club
London Road
Stone Kent DA2 6AS
Tel: 01322 222741
Comrades Social Club
15-17 Queen Street
Gravesend Kent DA12 2EQ
Tel: 01474 352273
Dartford Conservative Club
46 Spital Street
Dartford Kent DA1 2DT
Tel: 01322 223300
Dartford Working Mens Club
Essex Road
Dartford Kent DA1 2AU
Tel: 01322 223343
Eynsford Working Mens Club
Eynsford Kent DA4 0AE
Tel: 01322 863114
St Marks Social Club
52 London Road
Gravesend Kent DA11 9JR
Tel: 01474 534765
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Dartford is the principal town in the borough of Dartford. It is situated in the northwest corner of Kent in South East England, 16 miles (25 km) east south-east of central London. The town centre is situated in a valley through which the River Darent flows, and where the old road from London to Dover crossed: hence the name, from Darent + ford. Although today it is principally a commuter town for Greater London it has a long history of cultural importance. In the prehistory period the first people appeared in the Dartford area around 250,000 years ago, a tribe of prehistoric hunters whose exemplar is called Swanscombe Man. Many other archaeological investigations have revealed the picture of occupation of the district: there have been finds from the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age. When the Romans engineered the Dover to London road (afterwards named Watling Street) it was necessary to cross the River Darent by ford: giving the settlement its name. Roman villas were built alng the Darenth valley, and at Noviomagus (Crayford), close by. The Saxons may well have established the first settlement where Dartford now stands. Dartford manor is mentioned in the Domesday Book, written after the Norman invasion in 1086: it was owned by the king. More on Dartford 


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