Stallholders are left out in the cold as building work forces market closure

TUNBRIDGE WELLS Farmers’ Market is to close after 20 years because of building work in the town centre and no date has been set for its reopening.

Tunbridge Wells News Children explore art and meditation in Tunbridge Wells

Children explore art and meditation in Tunbridge Wells

A NEW ‘Create & Meditate’ workshop held in Langton Green Church Hall has been encouraging local children to combine art and mindfulness.

Tunbridge Wells News Greg Clark: MPs should Put up or Shut Up

Greg Clark: MPs should Put up or Shut Up

TUNBRIDGE WELLS MP Greg Clark, says Members of Parliament that are criticising Theresa May’s Brexit deal need to propose a credible alternative before rejecting the PM’s plan.

Tunbridge Wells News Taxi fares on upward trajectory

Taxi fares on upward trajectory

TAXI fares in Tunbridge Wells could be set to increase, if taxi drivers get their way.

Sport Football: ‘Godfather’ of Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells youth teams dies

Football: ‘Godfather’ of Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells youth teams dies

LOCAL youth football coach Mike Bender has died aged 73.

Tunbridge Wells News Camden U-Turn for Council

Camden U-Turn for Council

FOLLOWING their recent climbdown over youth football pitch booking fees, Tunbridge Wells Borough Council has made another U-Turn following anger over the cost of space hire at the Camden Centre.

Tunbridge Wells News Suspected Tunbridge Wells burglar charged and remanded

Suspected Tunbridge Wells burglar charged and remanded

A suspected burglar has been charged and remanded in custody following reports of an attempted break-in in Tunbridge Wells.

Tunbridge Wells News EU debate blamed for lingering uncertainty over council funds

EU debate blamed for lingering uncertainty over council funds

BREXIT has postponed a decision on whether Tunbridge Wells borough taxpayers will need to pay £606,000 to meet a funding gap.

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