Jerry Holmes driving school has been providing quality driving lessons and excellent customer service in a number of local areas for many years now. The areas we cover are detailed below and we are here to help you become a confident and safe driver. We are very proud of our fantastic reputation, you can read what many of our happy customers have to say on our reviews page, or visit our driving lesson prices page for information our latest prices and packages. All of our driving instructors are CBR checked for your safety and our instructors have regular training to keep up the professional high standard of driving tuition that we provide.
Birchington, the historic church of All Saints, is home to some fine 16th and 17th century monuments and Quex Park was the home of the remarkable Major Powell-Cotton (1866-1940) who created the Powell-Cotton museum on the estate.
Broadstairs is a coastal town on the Isle of Thanet famous for Charles Dickens who visited Broadstairs frequently and stayed at Bleak House. It’s a pretty picturesque town to learn to drive and start your first driving lessons.
Deal became a 'limb port' of the Cinque Ports in 1278 and grew into the busiest port in England; today it is a seaside resort, its quaint streets and houses are a reminder of its history along with many ancient buildings and monuments.
Garlinge is home to the delightful Victorian church of St Mildred, built in 1879 by C.N. Beazley. Garlinge has what is known as the Dent-de-Lyon gatehouse. This is an imposing 15th century building and is all that's left of the once-grand home of the locally-important Daundelyon family.
In 1960 Manston returned to the RAF as a major diversionary airfield for the aircraft in trouble. The fire school was formed to train RAF firemen in everything from aircraft fires to rescuing car crash victims. In the mid 1960's the first air-sea-rescue helicopters arrived & rescued many holidaymakers.
Margate is famous for J.M.W. Turner who lived with his landlady and companion, Mrs Sophia Booth. It’s known for many places such as; Turner Contemporary Gallery, Dreamland amusement park, Margate's Theatre Royal which dates from 1787 and of course The Winter Gardens dating back to 1911.
The historic church of a Minster Abbey founded by Saint Domneva in 670 AD and later owned by the monks of St Augustine's Abbey in Canterbury. An order of Bavarian Benedictine nuns acquired the site in 1937, which became known as St Mildred's Priory. The community continues there to this day.
Ramsgate with is famous Royal Harbour and remember for is part in the World War Two. Ramsgate played a heroic part in 1940 in sending some of the ‘little ships' to Dunkirk. And don’t forget the famous park called King George VI and West Cliff, is a great place to start your fist driving lessons.
Sandwich is surrounded by small villages, such as Eastry, Ash, Worth & Woodnesborough, which have always been regarded as part of the Sandwich area. It has many original medieval buildings, including several listed public houses & gates in the old town walls, churches, alms-houses & the White Mill.
Developed as an exclusive resort from the 1860s through to the Edwardian era. It's full of attractive buildings, from Victorian Gothic through to the cheerful red brick and white woodwork houses that are characteristic of the 1890s and early 1900 also the Royal Sea Bathing Hospital, beyond the west end of the harbour.
Latest Driving Lesson Reviews
Jerry was great, he has so much experience, and his teaching methods are very effective. He lets you plan out how you want your lessons to go, and what you want to cover. He’s also very consistent which is great. I have already and will continue to recommend to friends.
Someone who made me feels comfortable and who was easy to talk to, friendly, patient and convenient. Learning was less stressful than I anticipated. However driving was more difficult than I thought. The instructor Brandon’s teaching methods were faultless. Couldn’t ask for a better instructor friendly and easy to get along with.
I needed to find an instructor that was friendly and the cost of the lessons at a reasonable price. It wasn’t as hard as I thought but it was fun. The teaching methods were effective and easy going. I would recommend this driving school.
To find a Driving School with a good reputation. Good records and are trustworthy also found the price a good value for money. Driving was more straightforward than I expected but there was lots to remember but I found it informative and fluent with the techniques. Great driving school, I enjoyed my time.
My original instructor was Jerry but he was too busy to take me back on therefore recommended one of his other instructors Brandon. I was happy with the prices of the lessons and they were convenient. I found the lessons a bit stressful but Brandon made then fun. Brandon’s teaching methods were very good and comforting. I can’t fault this service so I would recommend.