Tunbridge Wells News Purdah kicks in  in as the council  prepare for May local elections

Purdah kicks in in as the council prepare for May local elections

THE Council has posted formal notice of the forthcoming local elections in May, officially starting the six-week pre-election period.

Tunbridge Wells News Female councillors  'disappointed' at the thought hub name   'trivialises' women

Female councillors 'disappointed' at the thought hub name 'trivialises' women

COUNCILLORS have defended the decision to use the shortened name of the Amelia for the new cultural and learning centre planned to replace the existing library and museum next to the Town Hall.

Tunbridge Wells News Landslide causes chaos for  thousands of commuters

Landslide causes chaos for thousands of commuters

THE SOUTHEASTERN railway line between Tunbridge Wells and Robertsbridge  has been re-opened after thousands of commuters faced disruption following two landslides near Wadhurst.

Tunbridge Wells News Time for dragon race teams  to take up the challenge

Time for dragon race teams to take up the challenge

The popular Dragon Boat Festival, that has so far raised more than £3million for worthy causes, will be returning to Bewl Water again this autumn.It will be the 22 time the annual event has taken place.

Sport Tonbridge boy takes revenge to win third judo title in a row

Tonbridge boy takes revenge to win third judo title in a row

CHARLES JAQUES from Tonbridge has won a third successive national title in judo at the age of 12.

Tunbridge Wells News Tunbridge Wells ‘not immune’ as knife crime doubles in the borough

Tunbridge Wells ‘not immune’ as knife crime doubles in the borough

TUNBRDGE WELLS is not immune to the knife violence that has been branded a ‘National Emergency’ by police officials, according to the latest figures.

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