MORE PEOPLE PASS 1st TIME WITH A-CLASS. KENTS BIGGEST DRIVING SCHOOL
A-Class Driving School is Kent's BIGGEST driving school. More people pass 1st time when having driving lessons the A-Class way. Our instructors will discuss your learning style and experience with you and put together a lesson plan to help you pass your test.
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Here at A-Class driving school, Belvedere, Kent, we have instructors teaching driving lessons in all of the major towns in Kent.We fully understand the concept of client satisfaction that's why we have driving instructors giving driving lessons in so many towns. You will receive a one-to-one attention driving lesson or lessons and a training program for your driving lessons designed to make you a safe, confident driver.
If you live or work in Belvedere, Kent DA17, we can offer flexible pick-up and drop-off points for your driving lessons and specialise in teaching nervous pupils. We rely on client recommendations to build our business, this is why we make sure you pass. Get your driving lessons with A-Class Driving School Belvedere, Kent DA17 and find out how we can get you on the path to driving success. View the map below to see the Belvedere areas we cover. Even if you are just outside the Belvedere area give us a call as we cover all of kent.
Belvedere, as we know it today was originally part of Lesness Heath, which covered and area from Lesnes Abbey to Erith and constituted the estate of Sir Culling Eardley. Eardley was responsible for constructing a wooden tower on the heath in order to view over his estate right through to the river Thames.
Sir Culling Eardley allowed the construction of a Dissenters chapel on his property which was built so that the original wooden belvedere became its tower. He also constructed paths to it across Lesness Heath for easy access to the chapel. The original wooden chapel and Belvedere was burned down and today on the same site lies All Saints' Church. At the same time Eardley constructed Villa Houses and fortified the heath path into what is now Erith Road. The Village of Belvedere soon grew up along the path which became Nuxley Road as Eardley gradually sold off the land.
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