Conservative councillors have been told to stand up to the ‘bullies’ over the controversial £90million Calverley Square development and stop ‘running scared’.
More than 200 members from the local business community gathered at Salomons Estate last Thursday to celebrate the 2019 Times Business Awards
A COMMUTER was yelled and sworn at after asking for a first aid kit at a Tunbridge Wells railway station.
The man behind a music festival planned for the Hop Farm has been fined £4,000 after pleading guilty to placing ‘public safety at risk’ at an earlier event. The One Love festival in Paddock Wood is expected to attract thousands of people.
SOMETHING’S brewing in Tonbridge, as one of the town's best-loved cafés is closing down – then opening up again with another favourite coffee expert.
Local journalist Dawn Gibson reveals how she went from being a school sports failure to running fan and shares her favourite routes around Tunbridge Wells