‘Blight on most sensitive site’ in Tonbridge – and no affordable housing

AN APPLICATION to build new apartment blocks in the centre of Tonbridge has been criticised by the town’s Civic Society.

Tunbridge Wells News Campaign to urge parents to stop idling on school run

Campaign to urge parents to stop idling on school run

Drivers are being encouraged to switch off their vehicle engines outside school gates in a campaign by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council aimed at reducing the effects of pollution on youngsters.

Tunbridge Wells News Commuter ‘assaulted’ and sworn at by ticket officer after asking for first aid

Commuter ‘assaulted’ and sworn at by ticket officer after asking for first aid

A COMMUTER was yelled and sworn at after asking for a first aid kit at a Tunbridge Wells railway station.

Tonbridge News Tonbridge junior school produces another short story finalist

Tonbridge junior school produces another short story finalist

A PUPIL from Hilden Oaks school in Tonbridge has reached the finals of BBC Radio 2’s 500 Words short story competition for the second year running.

Tonbridge News 30th Tonbridge Carnival brings medley of music and dance

30th Tonbridge Carnival brings medley of music and dance

THE annual Tonbridge Carnival and Fête on Sunday [June 16] featured a rich variety of music and dance to celebrate its 30th anniversary.

Tunbridge Wells News Free Tai Chi and Pilates for over-55s in Tunbridge Wells

Free Tai Chi and Pilates for over-55s in Tunbridge Wells

FREE taster sessions for Tai Chi and Pilates are being held for local people aged 55 and over as part of the Royal Voluntary Service [RVS] First Time for Everything programme.

Sport Tonbridge's Taylor and West are hot on the heels of success

Tonbridge's Taylor and West are hot on the heels of success

TONBRIDGE Athletic Club’s Nicole Taylor won the national 10,000m title in a thrilling race at Walthamstow.

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