Tributes pour in for local man who died near Tunbridge Wells Station


A MAN who was found dead near Tunbridge Wells Railway Station last week (May 11) has been identified as Tunbridge Wells local Frazer Allan.

Kent Police were called by South East Coast Ambulance Service at 5:16am on Thursday morning to a report of concern “for a person near Vale Road”.

Officers and paramedics arrived at the call, and Mr Allan was pronounced dead at the scene.

The entrance and exit to Platform One at the station was closed by officers and reopened after five hours, Southeastern Railway confirmed.

Mr Allan’s death has been treated as non-suspicious and a report will be completed for the coroner.

Following Mr Allan’s death, floral tributes were left outside the station, close to The Range homeware shop, and condolences and outpourings of grief have been expressed on social media for a man described as a “beautiful soul, the most craziest, funniest friend” who will be “missed always & forever”.

“Words aren’t quite enough to express my love for you Frazer Allan,” said his sister, Paige. “My darling big brother. I would do anything to have you back…”

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help Frazer’s family raise money for his funeral. Ahead of going to press, more than £11,000 of the £12,000 goal had been raised.

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