Councillors ‘shocked and speechless’ as criticism of Tudeley housing grows

COUNCILLORS and the town's Civic Society have heavily criticised proposals by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council [TWBC] to build up to 2,800 new homes in the village of Tudeley.

Tunbridge Wells News Businessman changes mind about talking to investigators searching for missing millions

Businessman changes mind about talking to investigators searching for missing millions

TUNBRIDGE WELLS businessman Simon Hume-Kendall, who is being investigated over an Eridge-based investment firm that went bust owing bondholders millions, is still refusing to explain where the money went

Sport Barney ‘honour’ for medics that saved him

Barney ‘honour’ for medics that saved him

A MAN who survived a near-fatal cardiac arrest while running the Tonbridge Half Marathon four years ago was the official race starter on Sunday (October 6) and presented the prizes to the leading runners.

Lifestyle Clever ways to go greener

Clever ways to go greener

Tranquil Dawn has been named by Dulux as its Colour of the Year for 2020. So with that in mind Eileen Leahy looks at how including accents of green – both light and dark – can enhance and elevate a stylish scheme

Lifestyle Get knitted out

Get knitted out

Charlie Bond describes why staying warm has never looked so stylish

Lifestyle Paradise found

Paradise found

The Indian Ocean island is a glorious landscape of views and brews; Melissa Jones shows where to savour Sri Lanka’s exotic must-see highlights

Culture Puppetry Festival is funny, touching and thought-provoking

Puppetry Festival is funny, touching and thought-provoking

From Friday October 11 to Sunday October 13 Tunbridge Wells welcomes its third Puppetry Festival. Organiser Linda Lewis tells SO Magazine what highlights are in store for 2019

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