Sundridge is situated on the A25 and has a population of around 1,300. It has a local shop the White Horse pub, a Social Club, village hall, hairdresser’s, fine art picture gallery, furniture & lighting shop, medical centre, two garden centres and a couple of clusters of small businesses.
There is a mix of homeowners, with housing comprising small flats and modern housing through to several very old historic buildings.
The village itself is steeped in history. Domesday mentions Sundridge church and, given the fact that many Saxon churches are not mentioned, this may suggest that it had some importance to the Normans.
The village also has its own Church of England primary school which is joined with the neighbouring village of Brasted.