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The town takes its name from the Saxon word 'Seouenaca', meaning seven oaks. Its inhabitants are known as Sennockians.
Sevenoaks began life as a small 'hospital', erected in Saxon times to offer protection to travellers. It was dedicated to St Nicholas and became a church in 1114, part of the Archbishop of Canterbury's manor of Otford.
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