Friends stick together to launch HRT patch spray

Business partners Amy Simpson and Lisa Farley were tired of having hormone replacement therapy (HRT) patch residue sticking to their skin, so they decided to create their own cosmetic product. Just eight weeks after the launch of Nudi Spray, which retails at £15 for a starter kit, the good friends say they have ‘sold hundreds’ […]

Junior law firm staff take the lead at local association

A solicitor from CooperBurnett Solicitors in Tunbridge Wells has been voted in as President of the Kent Junior Lawyers Division (JLD) for a second year. Solicitor Imogen Fleur is part of the firm’s Commercial Property team and will be joined on the committee by Paralegal Joshua Haye, who will take on the role of IT […]

The Pantiles named UK’s third best independent ‘high street’

The Pantiles has been declared as one of the top ten ‘high streets’ for independent shops in the UK following research commissioned by American Express Shop Small. The Tunbridge Wells retail and restaurant hub ranked third on the prestigious list – which was published by the Retail Times on November 23. It was higher than […]

Local company stocking up to spread warmth for a second year

A PROJECT born out of the energy crisis, set up by a Tunbridge Wells-based company, is getting ready for its second winter supplying heated clothing and footwear across the British Isles and beyond. Stay Warm Save Money, a subsidiary of MF Communications, began life last year in response to the energy crisis, supplying individuals and […]

Vineyard launches shuttle bus to drive up visitor numbers

KENT winemaker Balfour Winery has launched a shuttle service to the nearest railway station, to attract visitors to its tours and tastings from London. The winery says it can offer a 45-minute journey time from central London, by running its new shuttle bus service to and from Marden station, timed to coincide with the trains. […]

NASA astronaut lands in Kent to headline global business event

NASA astronaut Tony Antonelli will address international business leaders at the Innovation Festival for Global Working, which takes place at Relocate Global’s headquarters in Lamberhurst tomorrow (Thursday June 8). Mr Antonelli, a naval aviator and test pilot with engineering degrees from MIT and University of Washington, also served as the pilot for two Space Shuttle […]

Further Safe Space rolled out for Tunbridge Wells

METRO Bank is the latest local store to offer a ‘Safe Space’ refuge to those at risk of domestic abuse. The UK SAYS NO MORE campaign created Safe Spaces in 2016, making use of consultation rooms in pharmacies and banks to provide safe and discreet locations from which to reach out to friends and family, […]

The Brasserie appoints new Restaurant Director

Molly Miller tells the Times about the Mediterranean-inspired menu at The Brasserie, as new Restaurant Director Luis Alves brings fresh influences to the One Warwick Park Hotel eatery…   Tunbridge Wells restaurant The Brasserie, which is in a central location between The Pantiles and Chapel Place has brought in a fresh leader. Luis Alves has […]

Berry & Lamberts expands family law

A firm of solicitors in Tunbridge Wells has hired an experienced family lawyer to expand their family law team. Berry & Lamberts Solicitors has hired Amanda Wilson as a partner of the firm to work in their family law team across their branches in Sevenoaks, Paddock Wood and Tunbridge Wells. Ms Wilson specialises in all […]

Wheel of fortune drives customers to small traders

OVER 250 visitors tried their luck in a promotional game to win goodies on Small Business Saturday (December 3), as Tunbridge Wells joined in with the UK-wide initiative. Across the country, trading associations, chambers of commerce and local authority business teams hit the streets on the first Saturday in December to promote local small businesses. […]


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