PROTESTORS opposed to planned parking charges gathered outside Dunorlan Park at the weekend to campaign against the move.
The move came following last week’s Times’ front page (November 30), where we revealed the resurfacing of the plan to impose parking charges at the popular Tunbridge Wells park.
The protests on Saturday (December 3) were organised by Nasir Jamil, a former Conservative borough councillor, who also led the campaign against parking charges in Southborough.
He told the Times the plan, which is currently undergoing public consultation would discourage people from using the park.
Mr Jamil added: “If they [Tunbridge Wells Borough Council] do not listen we will organise another protest in the new year. Everyone is determined to keep fighting for our parks.”