Tonbridge News Tonbridge MP hands in child cruelty sentencing petition

Tonbridge MP hands in child cruelty sentencing petition

AN ADOPTIVE family’s fight for stiffer sentences on those who perpetrate acts of cruelty against children was taken to Parliament last week.

Tunbridge Wells News In Tunbridge Wells, Tourism Thrives

In Tunbridge Wells, Tourism Thrives

NEARLY five million people visit Tunbridge Wells each year, bringing more than a quarter of a billion pounds to the local economy, the latest tourism figures reveal.

Tonbridge News Work begins to save Tonbridge's totem tree

Work begins to save Tonbridge's totem tree

SPECIALIST treatment started last week on the horse chestnut tree on Tonbrige's River Lawn that became a cause celebre before Christmas.

Tunbridge Wells News Au revoir to Fromage & French

Au revoir to Fromage & French

ANOTHER high street shop is to cease trading, blaming ‘crippling’ business rates, an increase in wholesale prices and a disappointing Christmas period.

Tunbridge Wells News Unfair pricing causing part time workers to shun London

Unfair pricing causing part time workers to shun London

FOLLOWING fare hikes at the beginning of the year, part time workers feel they are getting the worst deal from the rail companies and many are looking to work locally due to unfair pricing.

Lifestyle All things chic and cosy

All things chic and cosy

As the weather gets colder now is the time to turn your home into a stylish cocooning space says Eileen Leahy

Business GingerMay founder scoops top award

GingerMay founder scoops top award

FOUNDER of Tunbridge Wells PR firm Gingermay has won the prestigious Gold Stevie Award for female entrepreneur of the year.

Tunbridge Wells News Rough sleeper number falls following council funding push

Rough sleeper number falls following council funding push

FEWER people are sleeping rough in Tunbridge Wells than in the previous year, the council and support workers say.

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