Football: Tonbridge Angels promoted after beating Metropolitan Police

Metropolitan Police 2 Tonbridge Angels 3 (after extra-time)

Tunbridge Wells News Tories wavering on theatre consider public referendum and a new leader

Tories wavering on theatre consider public referendum and a new leader

THE controlling Conservative Group on Tunbridge Wells Borough Council is in disarray as it gathers tonight [Wednesday] to find a way forward and elect a new leader after last week's disastrous local elections.

Tunbridge Wells News OPINION: Putting political careers before the public interest?

OPINION: Putting political careers before the public interest?

Tonight [Wednesday] the Conservative Group on the borough council will likely decide whether to press ahead with the controversial £90million Calverley Square project.

Tunbridge Wells News New community centre planned for village playing field

New community centre planned for village playing field

HAWKHURST is set to get its own community centre to be located on a popular playing field in the Tunbridge Wells village.

Tonbridge News Botham brings celebrity team to Tonbridge School to support Rwanda

Botham brings celebrity team to Tonbridge School to support Rwanda

LEGENDARY England all-rounder Sir Ian Botham, Keane singer Tom Chaplin and former England rugby player Rob Andrew will be supporting a fundraising cricket match at Tonbridge School in support of Rwanda Aid.

Sport Cricket: Tunbridge Wells teenager wrecks Lordswood

Cricket: Tunbridge Wells teenager wrecks Lordswood

Tunbridge Wells 201-9 beat Lordswood 149 by 59 runs (D/L method)

Tunbridge Wells News Four years for Tunbridge Wells man who killed brother after Christmas party

Four years for Tunbridge Wells man who killed brother after Christmas party

A MAN from Tunbridge Wells who killed his brother by punching him has been sentenced to four years in prison after pleading guilty to manslaughter.

Tonbridge News ‘Tommy’ artist creates another haunting work to honour D-Day invaders

‘Tommy’ artist creates another haunting work to honour D-Day invaders

WITH the 75th anniversary of D-Day approaching on June 6, a local artist has followed up his hugely successful Great War installation with another creation to mark a tragic incident in the Second World War.

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