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Bessels Green is a village now incorporated into the built-up area of Sevenoaks in Kent, England. It is on the north-western outskirts of Sevenoaks, in the parish of Chevening. The A25 road runs through the centre of the village.
Bessels Green has a village green and one public house, the King's Head. There are two churches; the Bessels Green Unitarian Meeting House (built 1716) and the Bessels Green Baptist Church (c. 1771). There is easy accessibility to 3 primary schools, Chevening C.E.P Primary school, Riverhead Infants School and Amherst Junior School.
- Chevening Parish Council website
- Chevening News
- Unitarian Meeting House
- Bessels Green Baptist Church
- The King's Head
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