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Swimming pool

Freshwater Swimming Pool is unique and differ from a standard swimming pool because it is harsh chemical-free. River ODP typically uses a four stage filtration system for our Freshwater Swimming Pools. Enjoy clear, clean, and natural water in a design that enhances your garden.

  • HARSH Chemical Free
  • BESPOKE DESIGN
  • Lower Running Costs
  • Less Maintenance
  • Health Benefits

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Custom-designed Freshwater swimming pools

RIVER.ODP CONSTRUCT FRESHWATER SWIMMING POOL USING A SPECIFIC SYSTEM THAT CAN BE OPERATES WITHOUT PLANTS
AND ARE ENTIRELY FREE FROM CHEMICALS.

The water remains crystal clear, undergoing natural purification in repeated cycles. Micro-organisms in the biological filter break down organic compounds and impurities. Instead of plants, a nutrient absorber material is used to naturally extract phosphorous, preventing algae growth that would otherwise turn the pool green. There is no need to empty the pools during winter.

These freshwater swimming pools are free from potentially harmful by-products like chlorine, bromine, ozone, or ionized heavy metals such as copper and silver. An automatic robot cleans the pool floor and sides daily. Pools can be covered, heated naturally or with renewable energy sources up to 28°C (82°F), and are also suitable for indoor installation.

You’ll enjoy the holistic benefits of glowing skin, kind to hair and a sense of wellbeing.

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crystal-clear & chemical-free
water

A swimming pool with crystal clear water that does not use chemicals is a dream for many health-conscious individuals. Thanks to natural, biological water filtration systems, such pools not only provide safety for your health but also maintain excellent water clarity. This pool, while relying on innovative technological solutions, retains the appearance of a traditional, refined pool. It is perfectly integrated into the space of a beautifully designed garden, making it not just a place for swimming but also a central aesthetic feature, ideal for relaxation and enjoying nature.

What are the benefits of a Freshwater Swimming pool?

Freshwater Swimming Pool or “bio” pool, which utilizes biological water filtration systems instead of chemicals, offers many benefits while maintaining the appearance of a traditional pool without additional plants in the structure:

HEALTHIER SWIMMING ENVIRONMENT

Without the use of chemical agents such as chlorine, bio pools (freshwater swimming pool) are gentler on the skin, eyes, and respiratory system. This allows for comfortable swimming without the typical irritations often associated with chlorinated pools.

Ecological sustainability

Eliminating chemicals reduces the environmental impact. Biological filtration methods, such as special microorganisms in the filter, are environmentally friendly and do not pollute the ecosystem.

Aesthetic appeal

Despite utilizing natural filtration methods, bio pools (freshwater swimming pool) can be designed to look like traditional pools. They offer elegant and clean lines that blend perfectly with any modern or classic garden design.

Lower maintenance requirements

Freshwater swimming pools typically require less maintenance than chemical pools. Natural processes help maintain water cleanliness and balance.

LONG-TERM SAVINGS

Although the initial costs of installing a biological system may be higher, they are significantly reduced due to the lack of chemical purchases and frequent maintenance.

Better water quality

The use of biological filtration often results not only in clean but also healthier swimming water. The absence of chemicals and the presence of natural biological processes maintain water quality.

Year-round attractiveness

Freshwater swimming pool can remain aesthetically appealing throughout the year, even when not used for swimming. In winter, they do not require draining and can serve as an elegant element of garden architecture.

These benefits make bio pools (freshwater swimming pool) an attractive option for those seeking a more natural, sustainable, and healthy swimming solution.

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Refined look
Always clear water

What is the difference between a freshwater pool and a natural pool?

Let’s delve deeper into the differences between a freshwater swimming pool with biofiltration and a “natural swimming pool” with a regeneration zone and plants:

Design and Construction

  • Freshwater Swimming Pool with Biofiltration: In this setup, the pool may still resemble a traditional swimming pool in its design and construction. However, it incorporates a biofiltration system that uses natural processes to clean the water. This system typically includes a combination of mechanical filtration and biological filtration media, such as specialized filters containing beneficial bacteria.
  • Natural Swimming Pool with Regeneration Zone: “Natural swimming pools” are intentionally designed to mimic the ecosystem of a pond or lake. They consist of two distinct zones: the swimming zone and the regeneration zone. The swimming zone is where people swim and enjoy the water, similar to a conventional pool. The regeneration zone, on the other hand, is a planted area adjacent to the swimming zone where water is purified naturally. This zone contains a variety of aquatic plants, gravel, and beneficial microorganisms that act as a biological filter, removing impurities and nutrients from the water.

Water Quality

  • Freshwater Swimming Pool with Biofiltration: While biofiltration systems in freshwater swimming pools can effectively remove contaminants and maintain water quality, they may still require supplemental chemical treatments such as chlorine or other sanitizers to ensure water safety, especially in heavily used pools.
  • Natural Swimming Pool with Regeneration Zone: The regeneration zone of a natural swimming pool acts as a self-sustaining ecosystem that continuously cleans and purifies the water. Aquatic plants in this zone absorb nutrients and contaminants, while beneficial microorganisms break down organic matter. As a result, natural swimming pools typically have crystal-clear water without the need for chemical additives, providing a more natural swimming experience.

Aesthetic and Environmental Benefits

  • Freshwater Swimming Pool with Biofiltration: While freshwater swimming pools with biofiltration offer improved water quality compared to traditional chlorine-treated pools, they may not provide the same aesthetic and environmental benefits as natural swimming pools. The design of these pools tends to be more conventional, with less emphasis on creating a naturalistic habitat for plants and wildlife.
  • Natural Swimming Pool with Regeneration Zone: Natural swimming pools are celebrated for their aesthetic appeal and ecological benefits. The inclusion of a regeneration zone allows for the creation of a beautiful aquatic landscape teeming with diverse plant life and wildlife. These pools blend seamlessly with their surroundings, providing a tranquil and inviting environment for swimmers while promoting biodiversity and sustainability.

While both freshwater swimming pool with biofiltration and “natural swimming pool” with plants offer alternatives to conventional chlorinated pools, their differences lie in their design, water quality management, and environmental impact. “Natural swimming pools”, with their regeneration zones and emphasis on ecological principles, offer a more holistic and sustainable approach to swimming pool design.

How does the Freshwater swimming pool work?

A characteristic feature of freshwater swimming pools is that the filtration of the water contained in them occurs as a result of biological, mechanical and mechanical-chemical processes. Unlike traditional swimming pools, minimal disinfecting chemicals are used here, which have a degrading effect on the natural environment and cause a specific odor in the tank. In order to self-purify water, appropriate vegetation, mineral substrates and filter beds selected for water parameters, as well as technologically advanced filtration devices are used.

Having two separate water circuits allows for economical and energy-efficient use of pumps. In the first cycle, the water is degreased, and floating particles are removed from it. The pump operates only during the day. In the second cycle, organic pollutants undergo decomposition, and phosphorus is removed from the water. This pump operates continuously during the bathing season. Additional water features, such as a millstone or waterfall, can be integrated with both water circuits. River ODP has always placed great emphasis on designing technical components that are simple and easy to understand for the user.

Although it looks like a conventional pool, the Freshwater Swimming Pool is actually a fully functional biological pool. It require minimal use of chlorine or other chemicals, providing the pleasure of swimming in crystal-clear water.

Many homeowners dream of being able to swim in their own garden but are hesitant because of chemicals in their pool, especially when children are using it. Chlorine can be harmful in high concentration as in typical swimming pools, not only to the natural environment but also to people. The Freshwater Swimming Pool allows for swimming without these concerns, making swimming an uplifting sensory experience.

This straightforward system has many advantages. For example, the pool does not need to be emptied for winter, there is no need to remove water from pipes, and the pumps remain in place. Only the phosphate filtering material needs to be replaced every few years. This is a significant convenience that all pool owners will surely appreciate.

Conversion existing swimming pool

With the Freshwater Swimming Pool conversion system, it becomes effortless to transform an existing pool from conventional to organic operation.

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Converting a traditional pool to an organic filtration pool involves several steps. Here’s a general overview of the process:

  1. Assessment: River ODP will begin by assessing the current state of your traditional pool, including its size, shape, and existing filtration system. Determine if any repairs or modifications are needed before conversion.
  2. Research: Research the most suitable organic filtration systems and methods available in the market. Consider factors such as your budget, the size of your pool, and your environmental preferences.
  3. Choose Filtration System: Select the organic filtration system that best suits your needs and preferences. This could include options like biofilters, natural regeneration zones, or plant-based filtration systems.
  4. Plan Design: Plan the design and layout of your new organic filtration system. Consider where components like the regeneration zone, plants, and filtration media will be located within your pool area.
  5. Install Filtration System: Building company River OPD will install the chosen organic filtration system. This may involve adding new equipment, such as biofilters, pumps, and piping, as well as creating a regeneration zone with appropriate planting and substrate.
  6. Adjust Water Chemistry: Adjust the water chemistry of your pool to support the new organic filtration system. This may include balancing pH levels, alkalinity, and hardness, as well as adding any necessary supplements to promote biological activity in the filtration system.
  7. Monitor and Maintain: River ODP offer a maintenance package which includes regularly monitor and maintain your organic filtration system to ensure its effectiveness and longevity. This may involve tasks such as pruning plants, cleaning filtration media, and periodically testing water quality.
  8. Enjoy: Once your organic filtration system is up and running, you can enjoy swimming in your newly converted pool with the peace of mind that comes from using natural and sustainable filtration methods.

What are the benefits of transformation to natural filtration methods?

Utilizing agents and mechanisms that facilitate self-purification of water offers several advantages:

  • Enjoying bathing experiences in water of comparable quality to pristine Alpine lakes.
  • Decreasing operational costs of the swimming pool by eliminating the need for constant investment in costly chemical cleaning agents.
  • Saving time typically spent on maintaining swimming pool cleanliness.
  • Ensuring a safe swimming environment without health risks.

Naturally purified water poses minimal risks of allergies or skin irritations, making it safer even for those with heightened sensitivities. Additionally, it is harmless to wildlife.

High quality installations across South UK

Freshwater Swimming Pools for South East homeowners

At River.ODP, we pride ourselves on our professional installations and highly qualified builders. Based in Eastbourne, we serve the South East of England, including Kent, Surrey, West Sussex and East Sussex. Our expertise spans a wide range of property upgrades, from building stylish new freshwater swimming pools to replacing conventional pools to freshwater swimming pools, all executed to the highest standards.

For inspiration on your next home improvement project, explore some of our recently completed projects below.

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Ashford Bexhill on Sea Bognor Regis Brighton and Hove Burgess Hill Camberley Canterbury Caterham Chatham Chichester Cobham Crawley Crowborough Dartford Deal Dover East Grinstead Eastbourne Egham Epsom Esher Ewell Farnham Folkestone Frimley Gillingham Godalming Gravesend Guildford Hailsham Hastings Haywards Heath Herne Bay Horley Horsham Leatherhead Lewes Littlehampton Maidstone Margate Newhaven Northfleet Peacehaven Portslade by Sea Ramsgate Redhill Reigate Rochester Royal Tunbridge Wells Seaford Sevenoaks Shoreham by Sea Sittingbourne Staines Tonbridge Uckfield Walton-on-Thames Weybridge Whitstable Woking Worthing East Sussex West Sussex Surrey South East England

FAQ

The starting price for a natural residential swimming pool (freshwater swimming pool) usually begins at around £60,000. This initial cost can increase significantly based on various factors such as the size of the pool, the complexity of the design, and additional features like landscaping, waterfalls, or other specialized requirements. These features can add to the overall expense, making the final cost considerably higher​.

A Freshwater swimming pool without plants combines modern filtration technology to provide a natural, minimal chemical swimming experience. These freshwater swimming pools are low maintenance, environmentally friendly, and flexible in design, making them a popular choice for those seeking a healthier alternative to traditional chlorine pools. For more detailed information and installation options contact contractors from River ODP.

Yes, freshwater pools are worth it for many reasons. They are eco-friendly, using plants or not and natural filtrations processes instead of chemicals. This makes them gentler on the skin and eyes, reducing the risk of irritation. Additionally, they have lower long-term maintenance costs since there’s no need to purchase chemicals continuously. Freshwater swimming pools also enhance the aesthetic appeal of your garden, blending seamlessly with the natural environment​.

Yes, you can have a pool with fresh water. These pools, known as “natural swimming pools”, use a combination of biological filters and aquatic plants to keep the water clean and clear. They require minimal chlorine and chemicals, making them a healthier and more sustainable option. Installers from River.ODP can help you design and build a custom fresh water pool that suits your space and needs​.

No, a freshwater swimming pool is not a chlorine pool. A freshwater pool or “natural swimming pool” uses natural methods, such as plants and beneficial bacteria, or advanced filtration systems, to filter and clean the water. In contrast, a chlorine pool relies on chemical disinfectants to maintain water quality. Freshwater pools offer a more natural swimming experience without the chemical smell and potential health risks associated with chlorine.

The healthiest type of pool is generally considered to be a “natural swimming pool” or freshwater swimming pool. These pools use minimal chemicals like chlorine, which can cause skin and eye irritation, and instead use natural filtration methods involving plants and microorganisms. This creates a more natural, eco-friendly, and health-conscious swimming environment.

Yes, freshwater swimming pools are hygienic when properly maintained. They use a combination of biological filters, aquatic plants, and beneficial bacteria to keep the water clean and free from harmful pathogens. Regular maintenance, such as removing debris and monitoring water quality, ensures that a freshwater pool remains a safe and hygienic place to swim. Construction company River ODP designs pools with effective natural filtration systems to maintain hygiene.

Freshwater pools and chlorine pools differ mainly in their methods of water filtration. Freshwater pools use natural filtration systems with plants and beneficial bacteria, offering a chemical-free swimming experience that is gentle on the skin and eyes. Chlorine pools rely on chemical disinfectants to keep the water clean, which can cause irritation and require regular chemical maintenance. Freshwater swimming pools are more eco-friendly and provide a more natural aesthetic, while chlorine pools are more traditional but can be harsher on the body and the environment.

Yes, freshwater swimming pool can be heated. Eco-friendly heating options such as solar panels or heat pumps are ideal for maintaining a comfortable temperature in a freshwater swimming pool. These methods align with the sustainable nature of freshwater swimming pools and ensure that you can enjoy swimming even in cooler weather. Building company River.ODP can help you integrate heating systems into your freshwater swimming pool design​.

DEFINITION AND FILTRATION METHODS

  1. Natural Swimming Pool:
    • Filtration: A “natural swimming pool” uses a combination of biological and mechanical processes to filter and clean the water. The pool is divided into two zones: the swimming area and a regeneration zone. The regeneration zone contains plants and beneficial microorganisms that naturally filter the water, removing impurities and maintaining clarity.
    • Design: These pools often have a naturalistic design, blending seamlessly with the surrounding landscape. They are designed to look like natural bodies of water, with features such as plants, rocks, and sometimes even fish.
    • Maintenance: Maintenance involves regular removal of debris, pruning of plants, and occasional monitoring of water quality. The natural filtration system reduces the need for chemical treatments​​.
  2. Freshwater Swimming Pool:
    • Filtration: A freshwater swimming pool can refer to any pool that uses fresh water rather than salt water. While the term “freshwater swimming pool” can be used interchangeably with “natural swimming pool” in some contexts, it more broadly includes pools that may use traditional filtration systems such as sand filters, cartridge filters, or even mechanical and UV systems to keep the water clean without the use of chlorine.
    • Design: River ODP offer a variety of freshwater pools designs, from traditional rectangular pools to more naturalistic ones. The main focus is on the use of fresh water and non-chlorine filtration methods.
    • Maintenance: Maintenance practices can vary widely depending on the specific filtration system used. Non-chemical treatments like UV or ozone systems might be employed to ensure the water remains clear and safe​​.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

  1. Natural Swimming Pools: These are highly eco-friendly as they use plants and natural processes to maintain water quality. “Natural swimming pool” require minimal chemicals, making them better for the environment and for swimmers’ health.
  2. Freshwater Swimming Pools: While freshwater pools also avoid excess chlorine, the environmental impact can vary depending on the filtration method used. Some systems, like UV filters, are eco-friendly, but others might require more energy or maintenance that could have a higher environmental footprint​.

USER EXPERIENCE

  1. Natural Swimming Pools: These pools offer a more natural swimming experience, often surrounded by plants and mimicking natural ponds or lakes. The water is generally softer and less harsh on the skin and eyes.
  2. Freshwater Swimming Pools: Depending on the filtration system, the user experience can range from very similar to a natural swimming pool to more like a traditional pool. The minimal use of chlorine is a significant benefit, but the aesthetic and feel can differ based on design and maintenance practices​.

CONCLUSION

In summary, while both “natural swimming pool” and freshwater swimming pool provide chlorine-minimised swimming experiences, the key difference lies in their filtration systems and design philosophies. “Natural swimming pools” rely on ecological balance with plants and microorganisms, offering a more natural look and feel. Freshwater swimming pools, on the other hand, can use a variety of filtration methods and may have more diverse design options. Both types promote a healthier and more eco-friendly alternative to traditional chlorine pools.

In most cases, you do not need planning permission for a freshwater swimming pool unless your property is located in a protected area such as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) or a conservation area. It is always best to check with your local planning authority to ensure compliance with local regulations. River.ODP can assist you in navigating the planning process to ensure all legal requirements are met.

A freshwater swimming pool operates by using a combination of advanced filtration technologies and natural processes to maintain water clarity and hygiene. These pools often use systems such as copper and silver ionization or biological filters, which disinfect the water and prevent algae growth without the need for chlorine. This results in crystal-clear water that is gentle on the skin and environmentally friendly. River.ODP designs freshwater pools that integrate these systems seamlessly for a safe and eco-friendly swimming experience.

The cost of building a freshwater swimming pool in the UK can vary significantly based on factors such as size, design complexity, and specific site conditions. On average, the cost ranges from £300 to £600 per square meter. For a typical medium-sized pool, this can translate to a total cost between £60,000 and £130,000. These costs include excavation, installation of the filtration system, and any necessary landscaping. Construction company River.ODP provides detailed quotes to ensure your freshwater swimming pool fits your budget while meeting all design and functional requirements.

The minimum size for a freshwater swimming pool generally starts at around 30 square meters, and in some cases can be designed smaller. This size allows for an effective balance between the swimming area and the filtration system, ensuring optimal water quality. River.ODP can help you design a fresh water pool that meets these minimum size requirements while maximizing the available space.

To convert a conventional pool into a freshwater swimming pool, you need to integrate a biological filtration system and possibly adjust the plumbing. This process typically involves installing a system like the copper and silver ionization or bio-filters for natural water purification. River.ODP can assess your existing pool and provide a customized plan to transform it into a freshwater pool, ensuring clear and healthy water with minimal need for chlorine.

Freshwater swimming pool can be designed with or without plants. While many freshwater pools (“natural swimming pool”) incorporate plants for natural filtration, it is possible to have a freshwater swimming pool that uses advanced filtration systems without the need for aquatic plants. These systems use ionization and other technologies to keep the water clean and clear, offering a more traditional pool design with the benefits of minimal chemical water purification. River.ODP can help you choose the best option based on your preferences and pool design.

Maintaining a freshwater swimming pool involves regular monitoring and care to ensure the water remains clean and safe for swimming. Here are the key steps:

  1. Regular Cleaning:
    • Debris Removal: Skim the surface regularly to remove leaves, insects, and other debris. Use a pool vacuum to clean the bottom and walls of the pool.
    • Filter Maintenance: Clean and inspect the filtration system, whether it’s an ionization system, biological filter, or mechanical filter, to ensure it is functioning properly​.
  2. Water Testing and Balance:
    • pH Levels: Test the water regularly to maintain the correct pH level (typically between 7.2 and 7.8). Adjust as necessary using appropriate pool chemicals that are compatible with freshwater systems.
    • Ion Levels: For pools using ionization systems, check the levels of copper and silver ions to ensure they are within the recommended range for effective disinfection.
  3. Biological and Chemical Additives:
    • Beneficial Bacteria: Add beneficial bacteria if using a biological filter system to help break down organic matter and maintain water clarity.
    • Algaecides: Use natural algaecides as needed to prevent algae growth, especially in warmer months​​.
  4. Water Circulation:
    • Ensure that the pump and filtration system run for an adequate amount of time each day to circulate the water and prevent stagnation. This helps distribute chemicals and maintain consistent water quality​.
  5. Seasonal Maintenance:
    • Winterizing: Prepare the pool for winter by lowering the water level, covering the pool, and ensuring the filtration system is protected from freezing temperatures.
    • Spring Opening: Clean and inspect all equipment before restarting the pool after winter​​.

Cleaning a freshwater swimming pool involves several steps to ensure it stays hygienic and clear:

  1. Surface Skimming:
    • Use a net to remove floating debris from the pool’s surface regularly.
  2. Vacuuming:
    • Vacuum the pool floor and walls to remove dirt and sediment that settle at the bottom.
  3. Brushing:
    • Brush the pool walls and floor to prevent algae build-up and ensure all areas are clean.
  4. Filter Cleaning:
    • Clean or backwash the pool’s filter system according to the manufacturer’s instructions to maintain proper water flow and filtration efficiency​​.
  5. Water Testing and Adjustments:
    • Regularly test the water for pH, ion levels, and overall water balance. Adjust the levels as necessary to maintain a clean and safe swimming environment​.

Freshwater swimming pool can be designed with or without plants. Here’s a detailed explanation:

With Plants:

  • Some freshwater swimming pool, also known as “natural swimming pool”, incorporate plants as part of their natural filtration system. These plants are typically housed in a separate regeneration zone, where they help filter and purify the water by absorbing nutrients and impurities. The presence of plants contributes to the ecological balance and aesthetic appeal of the pool, making it resemble a natural pond or lake​​.

Without Plants:

  • Freshwater swimming pool can also be designed without plants. Instead of relying on aquatic vegetation for filtration, these pool use advanced technologies such as ionization (copper and silver ions) and biological filters. These systems disinfect the water and prevent algae growth, ensuring the water remains clean and clear without the need for chemical treatments like chlorine​.

Key Points:

  • Flexibility: Fresh water pools offer flexibility in design, allowing for both planted and unplanted options. This makes them suitable for various preferences and landscape requirements.
  • Low Maintenance: Pools without plants are often easier to maintain as they do not require the same level of care as those with a regeneration zone. The advanced filtration systems used in these pools are automated and require minimal intervention.
  • Environmental Benefits: Both types of fresh water pools are eco-friendly, as they avoid the use of harmful chemicals. Pools without plants still maintain high water quality through natural and mechanical filtration methods​​.

Providers and Examples:

  • Clear Water Revival: Offers fresh water pool systems that can function with or without plants, using mineral and biome technology to ensure clean and clear water​.
  • Gartenart: Specializes in natural pools and provides options for unplanted pools using biological filter equipment to maintain water clarity and hygiene​​.

In summary, freshwater swimming pools can be designed with or without plants, depending on your preferences and the specific design of the pool. Both options provide a chemical-free swimming experience, with advanced filtration systems ensuring the water remains clear and safe for swimming. For more detailed information and professional advice on designing a freshwater pool or natural swimming pool, consulting building company River.ODP is recommended.

We River.ODP building company are situated in Eastbourne/Hailsham and carry out Freshwater Swimming Pool building around East Sussex, Kent, Surrey – South UK. As professional Freshwater Swimming Pool builders and Freshwater Swimming Pool contractor, we can travel to any location in the UK if needed.

River.ODP, an experienced building company and Freshwater Swimming Pool contractor, designs and builds these Freshwater Swimming Pool to the highest standards. We proudly serve a wide range of East Sussex, West Sussex, Kent and Surrey areas, including:
Ashford, Kent | Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex | Bognor Regis, West Sussex | Brighton and Hove, East Sussex | Burgess Hill, East Sussex | Camberley, Surrey | Canterbury, Kent | Caterham, Surrey | Chatham, Kent | Chichester, West Sussex | Cobham, Surrey | Crawley, West Sussex | Crowborough, East Sussex | Dartford, Kent | Deal, Kent | Dover, Kent | East Grinstead, West Sussex | Eastbourne, East Sussex | Egham, Surrey | Epsom, Surrey | Esher, Surrey | Ewell, Surrey | Farnham, Surrey | Folkestone, Kent | Frimley, Surrey | Gillingham, Kent | Godalming, Surrey | Gravesend, Kent | Guildford, Surrey | Hailsham, East Sussex | Hastings, East Sussex | Haywards Heath, West Sussex | Herne Bay, Kent | Horley, Surrey | Horsham, West Sussex | Leatherhead, Surrey | Lewes, East Sussex | Littlehampton, West Sussex | Maidstone, Kent | Margate, Kent | Newhaven, East Sussex | Northfleet, Kent | Peacehaven, East Sussex | Portslade by Sea, East Sussex | Ramsgate, Kent | Redhill, Surrey | Reigate, Surrey | Rochester, Kent | Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent | Seaford, East Sussex | Sevenoaks, Kent | Shoreham by Sea, West Sussex | Sittingbourne, Kent | Staines, Surrey | Tonbridge, Kent | Uckfield, East Sussex | Walton-on-Thames, Surrey | Weybridge, Surrey | Whitstable, Kent | Woking, Surrey | Worthing, West Sussex and surrounding areas.

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