Abandoned cinema site changes hands again but a ‘revised’ Belvedere will still be delivered

Changes include fewer retail units, larger apartments, but the cinema remains ‘central’ to the plans.

Tunbridge Wells News Online con artist shows followers how to get away without paying for meals

Online con artist shows followers how to get away without paying for meals

Businesses in Tunbridge Wells were yesterday [Tuesday] warned to be on the lookout for a local online con artist who is offering tips to his 380,000 followers on how to rip-off hoteliers and retailers.

Tonbridge News Tears as fruit and veg stall is moved off Tonbridge pavement

Tears as fruit and veg stall is moved off Tonbridge pavement

THE greengrocer’s stall on the pavement of Tonbridge High Street will be packed away for the last time this week after a quarter of a century.

Tunbridge Wells News Bus pass price increase adds to pollution fears outside schools

Bus pass price increase adds to pollution fears outside schools

THE Young Person Travel Pass is set to rise by £60 a year from September igniting fears that more parents will resort to driving their children to school rather than pay the additional cost.

Tonbridge News Tonbridge Green Party confident of election success

Tonbridge Green Party confident of election success

THE GREEN PARTY are fielding 10 candidates in Tonbridge wards at the local elections on May 2, their push for power reflecting some of the most burning issues in the town.

Tunbridge Wells News Jazz festival banners slashed

Jazz festival banners slashed

BANNERS advertising one of the town’s most popular summer events have been cut down and slashed.

Sport Snooker prodigy Dylan ready to move up to next level

Snooker prodigy Dylan ready to move up to next level

WEST KENT snooker prodigy Dylan Smith has taken an important couple of steps in his burgeoning career.

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