Light at the end of the crossing as road to nowhere is finished

THEIR new school has been downscaled, they possibly have Tunbridge Wells’ most pot-holed road and locals are unhappy about a planned phone mast.

Tunbridge Wells News Lifeline Council Tax Reduction Scheme faces significant cuts

Lifeline Council Tax Reduction Scheme faces significant cuts

LOW income groups could bear the brunt of expected cuts to the Council Tax Reduction Scheme in coming years.

Tunbridge Wells News Civic Awards celebrate hard work behind great feats of architecture

Civic Awards celebrate hard work behind great feats of architecture

Grand designs were celebrated for enhancing the town’s landscape at the Royal Tunbridge Wells Civic Society Awards.

Business Gatwick could use emergency runway to allow more flights

Gatwick could use emergency runway to allow more flights

PLANS to create a second runway at Gatwick Airport ‘by the backdoor’ have angered campaigners who are concerned about noise and the possibility of an extra 84,000 flights a year.

Tunbridge Wells News Dragon Boat Festival stays afloat as Bewl Water owners rescue the event

Dragon Boat Festival stays afloat as Bewl Water owners rescue the event

The popular Bewl Water Dragon Boat Festival will return next year after the reservoir owners agreed to take over the organising of the event.

Food & Drink The Vine revival - a country pub revolution is underway

The Vine revival - a country pub revolution is underway

Forget everything you thought you knew about pub food, because there’s a new taste sensation shaking up the local dining scene, as Charlie Bond discovers when she pays Galapagos at The Old Vine a visit…

Tonbridge News Tonbridge borough is one of only three that do not recycle plastic

Tonbridge borough is one of only three that do not recycle plastic

The BBC has revealed that Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council is one of only three authorities in the UK that do not collect plastic waste for recycling – with Rotherham and the Isles of Scilly.

Tunbridge Wells News Markerstudy raises the flag for charities with pirate day

Markerstudy raises the flag for charities with pirate day

The Markerstudy Group has donated a treasure chest of more than £10,000 to charities following pirate-themed staff activities on its annual Markerstudy Day.

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